• Is Meghan Markle pretty?

    11 answers · Current Events · 2 weeks ago
  • I invested $100k of my spare money into bitcoin 7 years ago. Apparently my friend said it's gone up a little bit. How do I get my money back?

    Best answer: You sell your bitcoins to someone who wants to buy them.

    google "how to sell bitcoin"
    Best answer: You sell your bitcoins to someone who wants to buy them.

    google "how to sell bitcoin"
    11 answers · Personal Finance · 1 week ago
  • Is there a USD cryptocurrency exchange?

    Best answer: just buy bitcoin. you can always convert back to dollars before it crash.
    Best answer: just buy bitcoin. you can always convert back to dollars before it crash.
    5 answers · Investing · 1 week ago
  • Question about bitcoin?

    If I invest 100 dollars into bitcoin and it drops, will i lose all of my money?
    If I invest 100 dollars into bitcoin and it drops, will i lose all of my money?
    15 answers · Investing · 1 week ago
  • What’s something you really resent paying for?

    Best answer: Housing for immigrants....
    Best answer: Housing for immigrants....
    101 answers · Personal Finance · 1 week ago
  • Can you buy a house without down payment ?

    condos, apartment........... anything
    condos, apartment........... anything
    28 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 week ago
  • I owe two people a large sum of money, lookin for options?

    In my fathers will, I get first option to inherent the house on the terms that I pay $60,000 to each of my siblings (2/3 the value of the house). I don't have $120,000 to pay any time soon. What kind of options could be available to guarentee my siblings a pay out and maybe I could make payments like a mortgage?
    In my fathers will, I get first option to inherent the house on the terms that I pay $60,000 to each of my siblings (2/3 the value of the house). I don't have $120,000 to pay any time soon. What kind of options could be available to guarentee my siblings a pay out and maybe I could make payments like a mortgage?
    16 answers · Personal Finance · 1 week ago
  • Landlord threatens to bring people’s pets to the pound if they aren’t approved in the lease. Is this legal?

    Best answer: It is illegal for a landlord to enter you apartment without proper prior notice. Your landlord is not able' to legally take any property of yours to include an illegal pet. Your landlord might enter your apartment if the landlord think there is an emergency in your rental unit. A barking dog could be... show more
    Best answer: It is illegal for a landlord to enter you apartment without proper prior notice.

    Your landlord is not able' to legally take any property of yours to include an illegal pet.

    Your landlord might enter your apartment if the landlord think there is an emergency in your rental unit. A barking dog could be considered an emergency if he dog is barking excessively, or there has been complaints from other tenants.

    In this case your landlord would be within her legal rights to call the city animal control.

    If your lease indicate you are not allowed a pet in the rental unit. Your landlord is able to

    #1. Issue you a signed written notice that your must get rid of the pet n 3-7 days to be in compliance with your lease.

    #2. Issue you a signed written notice that you have violated your lease and and you are required to move in 3-7 days

    The number of days would depend on the state eviction laws of your state.

    I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.

    "FIGHT ON"
    24 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 week ago
  • Evicting a severely disabled tenant?

    So both of my parents passed away recently and left me a small to mid-sized rental property. It was purchased in 1978 and has probably provided over one million in rent since the purchase. I was kept in the loop on the business so taking it over was pretty straightforward. I've been running it the last year... show more
    So both of my parents passed away recently and left me a small to mid-sized rental property. It was purchased in 1978 and has probably provided over one million in rent since the purchase. I was kept in the loop on the business so taking it over was pretty straightforward. I've been running it the last year with the intent to keep it for another 10 years. Recently, however, one of my tenants has fallen behind on his rent. He's been living on the property for a little over 25 years (before I was even born) and my parents considered him to a good friend. I've met the man on one or two occasions in the past. Ordinarily I'd begin the eviction process like I would for any other tenant. The only sticking point is that this particular tenant is severely disabled. Apparently he suffered a stroke in the late '90s which has left him immobilized other than the left portion of his head/face. According to my other tenants he's entirely confined to his trailer and is unable to speak or communicate. He has no family and relies on a home care nurse who visits three times a week. His neighbors pitch in whenever they can. Given his condition, I let things slide for the first month but we're coming up on three months of unpaid rent. It sounds harsh, but I rely on this income to pay off my mortgages on my own home and my vacation property. What's the next step here? Should I just proceed with the eviction like normal? Would a judge even allow me to evict a tenant so severely disabled?
    21 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 week ago
  • We’re selling a home and the appraisal came back $10,000 below contract price.?

    it has been appealed but how long does a buyer has to let us know if they’ll pay the difference? Closing is in two weeks and we don’t know their intentions.
    it has been appealed but how long does a buyer has to let us know if they’ll pay the difference? Closing is in two weeks and we don’t know their intentions.
    16 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 week ago
  • I’m locked out of my house?

    I’m locked out of my house how do I get in my brother won’t be home for three hours or something
    I’m locked out of my house how do I get in my brother won’t be home for three hours or something
    18 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 week ago
  • How do you purchase a property when self employed?

    Now, I am 19 at this very moment, 20 next month. I know where I want to be, and am taking the steps to get a business loan and work towards setting up a dog training facility, specializing in behavior issues and offering puppy classes. I am trying to ensure I have a plan and my life is in order. What I am hoping... show more
    Now, I am 19 at this very moment, 20 next month. I know where I want to be, and am taking the steps to get a business loan and work towards setting up a dog training facility, specializing in behavior issues and offering puppy classes. I am trying to ensure I have a plan and my life is in order. What I am hoping to learn about here, is purchasing a property while self employed. I have been told by numerous people that I will need to be employed by somebody else for 2 full years before I could even be considered for a mortgage. I have wanted to own a decent chunk of land since I was young, as I was raised in the country before moving to a town. I am in Ontario Canada What are the typical steps to go through, to obtain a mortgage while self employed? And how long would I need to be self employed? I am not enjoying renting and figure I should get my life in order now, so I can stop renting.
    13 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 week ago
  • I’ve never had a credit card/credit score, why does it label me as a delinquent?

    Best answer: You are labeled as delinquent because you ARE delinquent, with Sprint. You did not pay your bill as you were supposed to and they reported you to the credit bureau. It does not take half a dozen bad reports to cause you to have a credit or bad credit. Each one is cumulative. One bad one is all it takes. The... show more
    Best answer: You are labeled as delinquent because you ARE delinquent, with Sprint. You did not pay your bill as you were supposed to and they reported you to the credit bureau. It does not take half a dozen bad reports to cause you to have a credit or bad credit. Each one is cumulative. One bad one is all it takes. The fact that you still have not paid Sprint what you owe means you probably cannot pay or you just refuse to. No store wants to be your next victim.
    15 answers · Credit · 1 week ago