also affords individuals the freedom to invest in a variety of stocks, bonds and mutual funds that can provide a higher return on investment as opposed to property ownership.
When dealing with a reputable provider, renting
can provide many of the advantages of having a premium piece of equipment without the costs or responsibilities of ownership.
First it examines how owners became landlords renting
out their farm in order to weather family crises and hold their patrimony together for the succeeding generation.
Colbert's reasons for renting
the property at rates below FMV were never discussed.
The state-enacted vacancy increases are a minimum $100 rise, or 20 percent upon vacancy for two-year leases on apartments renting
To spend 30 percent of the household income on renting
an $1,800 apartment, the income has to be $72,000 - in other words, 40 times the monthly rent.
If the luxury decontrol thresholds are lowered, it also means the formal process to screen the tenant's income and methodology for obtaining a higher rent will likely echo what is already in place now for those earning $250,000 for two years running who are renting
apartments for $2,000 a month or more.
The Governor has also been considering decontrol of units renting
for $1,000 or more as they become vacant - which is bitterly opposed by tenant reps, who believe it will lead to harassment - and, sources say, a decontrol of buildings containing 20 units or less.
Because of the 1994 deregulation legislation that allows owners to attempt to deregulate apartments renting
for $2,000 or more where the renters make $250,000 a year for two years, the number of renters making that much money is now about the same as those in unregulated units - 3,840 versus 3,531.
He says the renting
individual is handicapped with a mental imparity and while not a nuisance, she constantly stymies efforts by the board to put through Major Capital Improvements and other building enhancements.