At Tellus, our goal is to write helpful content for anyone interested in real estate. Here’s what was on the table this past month.
This new law passed on September 11, 2019 affects eviction laws and how much landlords can increase the rent. Here's what you need to know.
This past summer, New York changed landlord-tenant law regarding security deposits, application fees, screening requirements, late fees, grace periods, and notice for non-renewal or for raising the rent.
When buying a house, a home inspection isn't just a formality; it can save you money and prevent you from making an expensive mistake.
If you're managing a rental property, conducting regular inspections will help prevent small problems from becoming major issues.
What happens if you find mold in your apartment? Here are some preventative measures to protect both a landlord’s investment and the tenant’s well-being
Buildings constructed before 1981 are presumed to contain asbestos. What are the responsibilities of a landlord and the protective measures they should take if asbestos is present?
Renters insurance does much more than just protect your personal property. Read more about the benefits and why buying renters insurance is a smart idea.
In most cases, a landlord can require renter's insurance as a condition of renting the property. However, this may not work in every state.
Every renter wants their deposit back. Here are some common sense steps that will increase your chances.
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