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Tenant Tips: Apartment Rental

NYC apartment rental tips

Tenant Tips: Warranty of Habitability

Warranty of Habitability

Tenant Tips: Rent Stabilization

You could be paying too much rent.

Landlord Tips: No Pets Clause

If your tenant open and notoriously maintains a pet for three months and you, as the Landlord, fail to bring a case in Court, this could constitute a waiver.


The issue of renting illegal apartments in Long Island.

Why Burn Injuries are Common in the Home

U.S landlords can’t help but appreciate the July 2017 statistics offered by Pew Research Center. According to the latest research, more individuals are opting to rent rather than own. Within the 10-year period between 2006 and 2016, renting increased by more than five percent across the nation.

4 Facts to Know About Timeshares

This article answers four basic questions about timeshare ownership.

Timeshares: A Lack of Good Faith

You likely were one of the many timeshare owners who experienced attractive incentives – a free week at a resort? – and an intense, coercive sales presentation that lasted well beyond the promised 90 minutes. Naturally you expected fair and honest treatment, especially since you were dealing with a highly-respected hotel brand that had expanded into timeshare offerings.

Massachusetts Landlord Tenant Disputes: Bring Your Photos To Court

Does your landlord refused to make repairs to your apartment?

What Are Massachusetts Heat Laws?

Understanding the Massachusetts state sanitary code can be overwhelming. This article will help clarify the regulations are they pertain to the heat laws.

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