Washington DC Renter and DC Landlord Facing Foreclosure Questions. What should I do to protect myself?
Protection. We get insurance on our cars just in case we get in an accident (Well these days there is no way around it). Health Insurance-n case we get very sick or illness so that when we go to the Hospital,it will help us pay for most or some cases all of the medical bill. Lawyer -In case you accidentally shot somebody in the club because you was partying like it was 1999. Even though 1999 was like 12 years ago,must you act a fool all the time in the club?
Well anyway in continuing my series of the Washington DC Renter and DC Landlord Facing Foreclosure question,next question I am sure some Washington DC Renter might want to know the answer to is this:
Q: What should I do to protect myself?
A: First, get legal advice. Sometimes the new owner will send a real estate agent to the property to talk to tenants. This real estate agent (NOT THIS DC REAL ESTATE AGENT)may give you false or misleading information about your rights. Protect yourself by learning about your rights. Second make sure the new owner knows that you are renting the property. The notice you receive by mail should have contact information. Let the new owner know you are a tenant living in the property and that you want to stay. Ask the new owner who you should contact about repairs and where you should send your rent payments. Keep copies of all of the letters that you send to the new owner.
Also please check out the Washington DC Renter and DC Landlord Facing Foreclosure Questions.
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