RTOR’s Latest Review: AssistingRenters.com

Comprehensiveness. That’s the name of the game when it comes to resources. As a home renter, too, without a doubt, you need resources. And not necessarily from a bunch of different places, no, sir. Try just one place. That makes it easy, convenient, simplistic, and minimal hassle on your end as a home renter. Because everyone knows when you’re shelling out money for aesthetic home improvements on a house you don’t even own, dealing with legal disputes with your landlord perhaps, and maybe even facing issues with credit — that’s a whole lot to deal with!assisting renters screenshot

AssistingRenters.com Makes It Real Easy

What is Assisting Renters? I call it the “utility tool” of the rental industry! AssistingRenters.com should be that go-to place if it’s not already.

  • Free Membership
  • Tons of Resources
  • Updates, Updates, Updates

It’s almost ridiculous just how much they offer — for multiple facets of the industry as a whole. Everything from utility service trends, to entertainment, to design, to legal. Everything! That’s the major benefit of just being a free member of AssistingRenters.com, and you can’t beat that ease of use, combining education with service through affiliation. Collaboration. Talk about working together to make sure you, the home renter, have all your ducks in a row, especially when involving rent-to-own. You can even get services for your taxes, for crying out loud! Assistance with finding a job, education, and even identity theft: yep, even all of that is offered as well as a way to combine efforts in you achieving the best possible experience as a home renter.

Talk About an Easy Review….

Check it out. See what you think. Amazing how we always come up with the goods on this site, keying you in on all sorts of resources and trends available in the industry for the rent-to-owner or renter. AssistingRenters.com, aside from providing a boatload of information, definitely makes sure you’re equipped well for the prospect of renting — and hopefully, perhaps owning — your first house.

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AssistingRenters.com: Benefiting the Home Renter in Every Way

Crap. Just got a flat tire, and we have only a few flares to work with. I suppose we could march ourselves to the nearest garage with the tire in the hopes that a greaser’s going to get his hands dirty, fix the darn thing, and then drive us back to the vehicle, so we can get on our way! Sure thing. It’ll only take a few hours, and we just missed our sister’s wedding…. Dagnabit.

What If the Garage Was But a Click Away, and Even Better…. It Was Free to Get Service?

Are you serious? Yes. I am indeed.assistingrenters-flat tire

Sure, this is just a metaphor for something bigger, and it’s not necessarily about roadside assistance (although it could be, and I’ll explain that later!). Rather, the idea of getting that flat tire and then having it fixed immediately can’t be better explained than visiting a site like AssistingRenters.com. A site dedicated to, well, assisting renters. With everything!

Everything from home improvement assistance and ideas to even identity theft. Or maybe you’re looking at legal guidance when dealing with landlords, contracts, and other issues? Yep, AssistingRenters.com even provides some resources for that, plus continually updated blog content for your perusal to clue you in on industry trends, like a watchdog making sure you’re in the know about what to expect in the market.

Why Does All This Matter to the Home Renter, Though? Is AssistingRenters.com That Essential?

When you think about it, you couldn’t ask for anything better. Credit repair directly affects the prospect of leasing a rent-to-own home, for instance. With credit improvement comes the issue of identity theft. And, for sure, you want information about home improvement measures as well as guidance about what you can and can’t do regarding your landlord. Disputes, contracts, issues, problems with the law: home renters face these factors on a daily basis sometimes!

So what’s the confusion? It’s pretty obvious….

It’s Free. It’s Easy. It’s Possible.

It’s possible that you can be a home renter without the hassle thanks to this little site. Like the mom-and-pop garage fixing your car every day. Thanks for the hand, pops!

And then maybe one day you could opt for a rent-to-own…. But that’s a completely different story for another day out on the road (Yes, AssistingRenters.com even provides resources for roadside assistance!).

Check them out at RTO Reviews for more info about what they can do for you right now.

Why You Should Ask Questions Before Painting Your Rent-to-Own Home

This rule you’ll read about out of all the rental tips you’ll pick up does happen to be very particular. By particular, I mean involving a landlord who will immediately throw a temper tantrum over the fact that you, the tenant, thought it would be a good idea to have your daughter paint a flower on the beautiful white drywall! Be careful here. Even if you’re in a rent-to-own home from the H.O.P.E. Program, you’re limited on what you can do as far as renovations and improvements are concerned (at least until you sign off on a lease and own the home with a mortgage).

Think About It: You Don’t Actually Own That Rent-to-Own Home (Yet)real estate paint

Therefore, by law, you can’t make any improvements on your rent-to-own home. No painting. No additions. No installed shelving. In many cases, you may not even be able to purchase pets, or even fish. Who knows. In general, if the landlord’s in charge of repairs of everything from the furnace to the gutters on the roof, legally and fairly, you must not change anything as far as the structure and makeup of the dwelling.

Let’s back up, though, for a moment…. Remember: your landlord’s not a mindless terminator out to get your money. Rather, chances are you might even see that your rent-to-own home lease agreement doesn’t even say anything about improvements at all, meaning legally — since it’s not in the writing — you can probably paint a room or two.

Here’s the basic rule of thumb, though: ask. Always bring it up with your landlord first. Get the approval in writing — as a real estate attorney would, yet again, advise — and you’ve definitively covered all your bases.

You Live in It, Not Own It

That’s the basic truth about renting, rent-to-own homes, and tenancy. It’s a trade-off. Just know, though, that you might get lucky: you might get a landlord who’ll let you paint the living room hot pink! You won’t know unless you ask, and that’s why this is quite the premier tip as far as rental homes are concerned.