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My landlord is telling me I have a week to leave because his son needs the apartment. Doesn't he need to give me more notice. How can I find a new place to live in 1 week?
Typical notice is 30 days. It could be as low as 10 days in special cases such as non payment of rent. Here are the laws in each state via State Rules on Notice Required to Change or Terminate a Month-to-Month TenancyHere in Pennsylvania the law is:http://rturn.net/laws/evictions/...In order to evict your landlord is required to give you a proper notice. This notice must be in writing, and it must state the date that you should be out. If you are in the middle of a lease term and you have not violated the lease by falling behind in your rent for example, the landlord cannot evict you before the end of the lease term.Most written leases have a clause in them that states how much time in advance either the landlord or the tenant must give if they are not renewing the lease.If your lease does not state otherwise, the notice must give you only 15 days for a month to month or year to year lease.However, if your landlord is trying to evict you for non-payment of rent, he or she must only give you 10 days notice. This is true whether your lease is verbal or in writing.But, remember, although your landlord gives you a notice to get out, he or she can evict you ONLY after taking you to court!
I heard a lot of young people are making great money in commercial real estate. How does one make money in commercial real estate?
As a commercial real estate broker who focuses on investment properties I have seen people earn millions in profits. Here are a few examples on how they did it:They bought a half vacant retail building filled with low paying month to month tenants. They evicted the tenants and improved the building cosmetically. The hired a professional retail leasing team and filled the property up with better paying market rent tenants and sold the building at a profit.They bought a self storage facility at 50% occupancy. They fired the manager and hired a new one. They rebranded the property. Added a new website. Fixed a bunch of broken units and raised rents on existing customers. They then sold the property at a huge profit.They bought an apartment complex with problem tenants. They evicted the drug dealers and trouble makers and invested a few thousand per unit in kitchen and bathroom upgrades. They then raised rents and lured better residents. They then refinanced when cashflow improved and pulled nearly all of their invested capital out of the property. Now they have none of their money left in the property but still own the asset. The best of both worlds - plus their equity proceeds are not taxable- bonus!They bought a mobile home park. They evicted problem tenants and brought in new homes to fill up vacant lots and lured new residents to buy these homes which increased the income on the property. They added fences and flowers and raised lot rents on existing residents.They bought a large vacant boarded up building downtown. They hired an architect and redesigned the property into a low income housing property and used state and federal tax credits to assist in funding the project’s redevelopment. Upon stabilization they refinanced with non recourse debt and owned a “new” multifamily property without having any of their own money into it.They bought a old industrial warehouse full of multilevel racking systems and other “junk”. They offered 20 cents on tha dollar for the property which was surprisingly accepted. They then dismantled the racking system and sold the scraps for significant money. They also found thousands of dollars in value in the parts of the “junk” sitting around the property. After tallying this up they received more money in selling the scraps than what they paid for the Building (I.e. free Building!!). Money was then invested back into the building and a tenant was secured. Significant value (equity) was created using nothing but creativity and effort.This is not complicated stuff. They just saw the opportunity and took advantage of it. Some used investors and some used their own money. All used lenders for the acquisition and/or disposition strategy.Finally I got paid a commission for selling them these Buildings or for selling the Building after they improved it. Sometimes I even got to do both!Commercial Real Estate is a great business. You get to meet a diverse mix of people and see them create wealth from taking risks and working hard.
Does a 20-day/30-day termination of a month-to-month lease count as an eviction?
No. If I understand the question correctly, your landlord simply ended a month to month tenancy with the proper notice. This is par for the course. It could have been for any number of reasons (no cause as you mention). And it is not the same as an eviction, though you may have felt you were removed, it was by a simple option of the landlord to not continue and not a court action for eviction. You can safely say you were not evicted.
If I’m paying rent should my parents be able to tell me when I can and can’t work?
Your parents will never be out of your life. Well unless you pack up change your name and never make contact again. So if you think they have the "right" to tell you what to do is meaningless. As parents they have opinions on what is best for you and they will voice them whenever they feel necessary. Some parents are quieter than others, but even when they are old and living at your house they will comment on how often you work, how much time you spend with them, your relationships with other people etc etc. From the moment you entered this world (probably even earlier) you became priority #1 like it or not. Get the idea into your head. If you don't want to hear them quite so often move out and pay rent to someone else.
How can I achieve a month to month lease in NYC?
I'm not going to claim a definitive legal answer here but a few points from general experienceIf you don't have a contract detailing the services you expect from someone (such as a landlord) you have no right to expect any services (such as a roof over your head).While landlords have a bad reputation, I have never had an issue asking for a    month to month lease from a landlord, provided we work into the contract a reasonable amount of notice before you end the contract (the two I've done have been 30 days and 60 days).  Even if you do back out of a lease (or any contract) without fulfilling your part of the deal, the other party (the landlord in this case) has a legal obligation to mitigate damages before taking legal action.  This would mean that the landlord would have to make a good faith effort to find a new tenant to take on the lease at the same rate before suing you for the money for the unfulfilled part of your lease.  I would not recommend doing anything to  upset your landlord if you don't have to.  You may need him/her as a reference for a future rental.
How can you move out of your apartment when you are paying month to month and not on a lease?
Thanks for the A2A. Where I live, when a written, signed lease expires, you end up being a month-to-month tenant. Also, you would need to check the landlord/tenant laws which will tell you exactly how much notice you need to give to your landlord prior to moving. Good luck!
Apartment Rentals: How hard is it for a landlord in the US to evict a non-paying tenant, and how long after the first missed payment does it take?
In my experience, courts are generally reluctant to evict a tenant for reasons other than non-payment of rent. It is much easier to evict a tenant for non-payment of rent than for any other violation of the lease. The process generally involves an expedited legal proceeding in your local civil court (landlord/tenant part) and is subject to certain procedural requirements of the lease and/or by law. Assuming the tenant still does not pay during the eviction process, and does not claim any defenses or offsets to the landlord's claim of unpaid rent, the process can be relatively quick and easy. It gets longer and more complicated when the tenant claims potentially valid defenses to non-payment, such as a failure to prheat, hot water or other basic services. However, in most cases (and in virtually all cases involving the principal residence of a tenant), the court will give the tenant the opportunity to pay the overdue rent (plus fees and costs if applicable) at any time during the process and the tenancy will be restored.
What is the simplest way to evict a roomate? I'm the master tenant and he is on a month to month lease.
Evicting is a legal procedure that you preform when someone breaks the lease and you need restitution. Unless you have the clause “don’t be an overbearing, entitled jerk in my absence” in your lease, you can not evict him…. yet.You need to inform him in writing that you are not going to continue the lease, normaly you need to give him one term notice (this would be a month for a month to month lease), note that this is a FULL calendar month, not 30 days, so if you tell him November 29th, you can say that December 31 is his last day, but if you tell him December 2, then his last day in January 31st.If he does not leave after that letter has been delivered and the time period has expires, THEN you can go to the county court and evict him, you should bring the original lease, the letter and proof he received the letter• I suggest bringing a lawyer too• but that is me.Oh.. if you have rent control (ie SF, NYC or certain cities.. all bets are off, call a lawyer)Last note: If you have not been there, honestly you do not know how he acted.. you just know how other people think he acted. I strongly suggest that you talk to him about the things you heard about, perhaps have a meeting of ALL the people there and sort out the interpersonal issues before kicking someone on the street.
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