Residential Property Management/Renter's Rights


Kim wrote at 2014-12-20 04:29:57
No landlord has the right to enter your apartment when your not home, he doesnt evn hv the rights to entet evn if u were home if you did not widh him to at that time, if they need to come in for 1 reason or another its on your terms not hus, they have to call you , ask u if its ok to come ovr to do whtevr & set a date & time thts comvient for you, you may be renting, but this us still your home & you pay your rent, u hv the right to privacy.. A landlord doesnt evn hv the right to hv a key to your apartment. My landlord anytime he has to come in for wht evr reason it is, always calls & ask if he can & wht day & time is good..

Just cause they own the building doesnt gv thm the rent to enter your home any time he wishes, especially whn your not home..

Im not a lawyer, or gving u legal advice.. Im just gving advice as a tennants of rxperimce myself.. Check out the laws in your state.. I live in Mass & i knw my rights as a massachuetts renter.. Good luck

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Stefani Nachatilo


I can answer basic beginner questions like "How do I get started buying my 1st rental property" and "What to look for when taking an application on a tennant." "Here`s what capital I have to work with -- what are my options?"


I started purchasing rental properties in 1995 with my husband, part-time, while working a full time job. We started with very little seed money. One year we purchased 11 single family units. Recently we bought 5 properties in 2 months. We purchased our 1st small apartment building in 2004. I am now managing our units and doing property investing and management full time.

My Husband and I have written a book for the new real estate investor, "Weekend Warrior's Guide to Real Estate Investing", published by Tate Publishing. Can be purchased from or Have been published in Real Profits by Carlton Sheets and Discount Buyer's Association monthly magazine.

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