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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Why It’s Probably a Good Idea to Have a Real Estate Attorney

Think about how this might be relevant to you. You’re dealing with a landlord, for crying out loud! Ask a room full of fifty home renters if they ever had just one problem with their landlord, and chances are at least 50% of them will raise their hands. Maybe this is why homeowners sleep a lot after having coped with rentals in the past….

Seriously, Though — You Need That Real Estate Attorney on Your Side

It goes without saying that the lease, essentially a real estate contract, will have specific lingo that youreal estate law might want a specialist — a real estate attorney — to basically translate for you. Know the fine print. Understand the terms of your security deposit — and especially if its kosher legally, yet another reason why it’s smart to have a real estate attorney look it over.

Because this is basically contractual law, you have to stipulate that you get everything in writing. If you don’t, legally that landlord can do whatever he or she wants regardless of what the real estate attorney can do for you. Therefore, take note: if a landlord promises something to you (and every real estate attorney will tell you this) get it in writing. Period.

It’s important to discuss matters with your real estate attorney in the event that your privacy’s violated. Case in point: if the landlord or maintenance staff enters your rental beyond what’s stated in your rental agreement stipulating guidelines, you can safely say that it’s a sure bet your privacy rights have been infringed upon. Discuss that with your real estate attorney immediately. You then just might have a case in court for compensation.

Every Tenant Has Rights

It’s common to say that the landlord’s the ‘boss.’ That’s not true. In many ways, the tenant’s more of the boss. In truth, though, both the landlord and tenant are partners in agreement to maintain a business relationship. You pay rent; the landlord maintains the property for you. Plain and simple. Out of all rental tips, this has to be the simplest.

Just to ensure the relationship’s maintained well, you never know: that real estate attorney just might come in handy! For more answers to your questions, though, FEEL FREE TO CONTACT THE H.O.P.E. PROGRAM RIGHT NOW about rent-to-own homes in your area.