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This book provides a plain English guide to choosing appropriate tenants safely and legally. Nolo provides advice on evaluating rental applications, examining credit reports, and complying with discrimination laws.
This plain English guide teaches readers how to maximize deductions from rental properties. The book explains in detail the IRS rules on repairs and improvements, and walks line-by-line through Schedule E, the form used to report income and deduct expenses arising from real estate business ownership.
This plain English guide covers the legal obligations of landlords. It provides practical advice on avoiding problem tenants and handling repairs and property management tasks, as well as information on IRS regulations and tax deductions. This edition also details how to offer a room via services like Airbnb and includes a sample rental application.
A plain English guide to finding an apartment and interacting with difficult landlords and/or roommates. This book contains practical information for tenants, including how to negotiate a lease or rental agreement, getting repairs made, and options for breaking a lease and leaving early.
Offers practical information relating to issues likely to be encountered in evictions and landlord/tenant cases in justice court. The handbook also includes selected forms, along with questions and answers from judges and clerks arising from pending cases.
This guide provides an excellent overview of the legal issues that may arise for members of the U.S. military and their families throughout their time of service and as veterans. It includes information on housing, real estate, and landlord-tenant issues, debt and finance, and other topics.
This title covers legal rights of tenants through every stage of the housing process. From dealing with rental agents and issues of fair housing and discrimination, to the rights one has once a lease is signed, this guide explains the rights as well as the responsibilities of those renting property.
This work, known as the "Green Book," is a comprehensive guide to HUD's housing programs. It includes detailed information on this complex area of the law as well as memos and unpublished court opinions.