Check out your landlords financial strength

Apr 20, 2009 - 11:10 am | By


According to news-press.com, there’s is a growing problem for Florida condominium associations regarding non-paying unit owners who have tenants living in their unit.  These unit owners are behind on their HOA fees and yet Florida law provides that the utilities cannot be disrupted to the tenant living in the unit.   There is a bill before Florida legislature looking into this issue.  Should it pass, tenants in Florida need to made aware, and possibly run background checks on their unit owners to determine their financial strength. 

Desperate Times
These are desperate times, and more than ever you need to start tapping into your a survivalist instinct.  Think of life as an episode of “Man vs. Wild”  But instead of wandering through a Siberian Forest, you are moving through your world on the brink of an apocalypse.  You can save yourself time and money by relearning street smarts.  The stories of older relatives who survived the depression are more relevant than ever.  Now is the time to think carefully about every financial relationship you build, which bank you decide to use, what landlord you want to rent from, want tenant you want to rent to, and the quality and reputation of every business relationship you cultivate.



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