Townhouses to rent
2018.05.12 07:10 jimjasongo1 PlacetoRent (PTRT)
PlaceToRent is the next generation rental platform to leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to assist households with invisible credit/work history in gaining access to rental opportunities and affordability. Our goal is to bring significant value to the rental industry and offer to all rental market participants a fair, secure and less costly experience within the rental process by providing transparent and secure transactions while reducing the need for a third-party oversight.
2015.04.30 18:40 Makhram Townhouses
Post pictures of exteriors, interiors and/or floorplans of cool townhouses! Also a place to discuss living in, maintaining and purchasing townhouses.
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2023.06.03 12:54 kskissobad Truck hit by roof slide avalanche at a rented cabin.
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So me and about ten friends were at a birthday party in northern colorado at a rented cabin. When I arrived I parked behind the owner's truck, The next day temperatures warmed up and the roof slid into my truck causing significant damage. He said that he was going to contact his insurance company and get it sorted out. He's been very dodgy and it's been about four months since the occurrence. The way I see it his building that we were paying for damaged my vehicle I know it's a natural occurrence but I'd also no like a beat up pick up truck. Thanks reddit✌️ submitted by kskissobad to legal [link] [comments]
The video is of the rest of the roof sliding off after the initial slide that hit my truck.
2023.06.03 12:51 fromgalwaytocloyne Hey dude my Providence landlord’s name is Vincent McFarlane and his phone number is 401-439-5130. You have first dibs to spend the summer thinking about if you wanna live there at his downtown Providence property. With C, with me, with dad, with the Fisherman, with Scurius, with L, with P.
If you tell him Patrick recommended you he’ll be like who? Then you can be like Tanner.
I was one of his best tenants ever because I always paid rent 1-2 weeks early. I’d love to help you get into a place of your choice with a roommate of your choices. But it’s infantilizing to think you need my help.
I want to be your roommate if possible, although I just listed out all the other people you might prefer better. The house has 3 bedrooms (2 of which I used as a living room and an office) and I messaged you the address u/dontscarethereaper u/donttfearthereaper u/reaper_of_souls
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2023.06.03 12:51 BuzzKir How to create a Wireguard tunnel from a Windows PC to a Windows VPS?
I recently decided to rent a VPS for purposes of setting up my own VPN. Unfortunately due to a noob mistake I rented a Windows VPS. And also I underestimated how hard it would be to set up a Wireguard connection...
Installing Wireguard on both PCs, I read and tried to follow a couple guides on the Internet (dated 2020 and 2021), both differed slightly in terms of what should be in the tunnel config (for example, one guide told to put a DNS in there while the other didn't), and no success either way.
My main point of confusion is the "address" part. What should be in there for the client (my PC) and the server (VPS)? Also not clear on the AllowedIPs and Endpoint, what should be put in those...
So confused, wish there was a comprehensive ultimate guide to do this... if someone can help, or even point me in the right direction, that would be much appreciated.
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2023.06.03 12:49 Warcrimes_are_my_job An update regarding the mouthwash incident
To all the people who told me not to worry thank you I was overthinking this. But you all said that my roommate was not being considerate. So I confronted him I walked up to him and said “Hey I noticed That the mouthwash was over 10%.” He said “Grace I did it on purpose I need you to stop all of this and being a part of naziism” I wear an Algiz rune as a necklace he continued “your religion is one of hate and I need to save you. He reminded me of my parents so much I took my stuff and left I got out of the lease on grounds of harassment I am currently writing this out of my friend Laura’s house. She said I could stay permanently at 3/4 the rent I was staying at before to make up for that. I asked him if her husband is okay with it and she said “if he wants you to find another home and won’t help you out he can leave I paid for this home and I say who can stay in it or not.”so I moved in and couldn’t be happier
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2023.06.03 12:46 throwra_cowboyman My(45M) GFs(42F) daughter (22F) doesn't help around the house
Been living with my gf for nigh on 3 years. She has a 22yr and a 8yr old. 22yr old brings the little one to school ~3 times a week (on the way to her own school) because their mom works early morning shifts. I offered to in the past, but they prefer this arrangement.
She doesn't pay for anything house-related, no rent, utilities, food (although she occasionally buys and cooks herself food if she wants her own thing), etc. She doesn't do grocery shopping, we do that every week (big loads.) She'll happily use the washing machine, dryer and dishwasher, eat what we cook (but not wash any of those dishes, only when she makes herself something.) She has a part-time job and uses that money for the occasional trip with a friend, most of her own clothes buying and such stuff.
My opinion, which I voice every so often, is that she's welcome to stay here, but she could help out around the house. She's not a kid anymore, she's an adult now and she's capable of doing an occasional vacuum, do the extra dish here or there.
Personally, I think kids can start helping out a little sooner than that(12?14?), so they learn how to contribute, but that's neither here nor there.
Am I crazy?
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2023.06.03 12:45 Lara-27 ISA help to buy - should I pull my money and invest into a ISA stocks and funds?
I hope I am posting this in the right section, please remove if I put it in the wrong spot! As a family, we always had a tight budget and never had any money spare to put away for a nest-egg, but since our boys are (mostly) self-sufficient now, we have been able to put some money away on a monthly basis for the last few years. I have been paying it into a help to buy ISA and now have around £9000 saved up. My husband (59) and I (46) were going to buy a house with the 5% first-time-buyer deposit scheme, but after looking at the current interest rates and crazy house prices, we decided not to get a property (at least not to live in).
I have been doing some 'research' into investing and feel that we would be better off investing money into an index fund or similar for at least a decade or so and keep on renting (we are extremely lucky to have a very cheap rental, at about half the going rate for a flat the same size). The question I have is: would you pull the money from the help to buy ISA and invest it all into a stocks and funds ISA, or should I just start a new ISA and leave the money in there because we might buy in future?
This is probably a silly question, but I couldn't find a direct answer as to how investing with a stocks and funds ISA works. Do you put the money in on a monthly basis then take it out again through the providers platform to invest?
And lastly, any pointers on how to grow such a small amount of savings, so late in life, would be hugely appreciated. We are now in the fortunate position to invest about £200 - £500 p/m for the foreseable future. We both don't have a decent pension as we did not live in the UK long enough to qualify.
Any input is hugely appreciated! 😊
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2023.06.03 12:43 davidson-0 Discover the Majestic Charms of Jaipur: The Pink City Unveiled
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Welcome to Jaipur, the mesmerizing Pink City that showcases a harmonious blend of rich history, vibrant culture, and architectural marvels. Jaipur is a city that beckons travellers with its royal palaces, bustling bazaars, and warm hospitality. In this article, we will take you on a journey to explore the majestic charms of Jaipur, while highlighting the services of the best travel agency in Jaipur
and the convenience of a reliable car rental agency in Jaipur.
- Jaipur's Royal Palaces: No visit to Jaipur is complete without exploring its magnificent palaces. The City Palace, with its intricate architecture and captivating museums, offers a glimpse into the opulent lives of the royals. With the assistance of the best travel agency in Jaipur, you can book guided tours to uncover the fascinating stories behind these architectural marvels. To explore the city at your own pace, consider renting a car from a trusted car rental agency in Jaipur, ensuring convenient transportation throughout your journey.
- The Vibrant Markets of Jaipur: Jaipur's bustling bazaars are a paradise for shopaholics and art enthusiasts. From colourful textiles and handcrafted jewellery to traditional handicrafts, the markets of Jaipur offer a treasure trove of unique souvenirs. The best travel agency in Jaipur can provide expert guidance on the must-visit markets and even arrange personalized shopping experiences. With the flexibility of a rented car, you can easily navigate through the city's vibrant streets and explore the markets at your leisure.
- Architectural Marvels: Jaipur's architectural marvels leave visitors in awe of their grandeur. The Hawa Mahal, also known as the Palace of Winds, is an iconic structure adorned with intricate latticework and numerous windows. Amber Fort, perched on a hilltop, offers breathtaking views and a chance to explore the rich history of the Rajput kings. The best travel agency in Jaipur can help you plan your itinerary, ensuring you don't miss these architectural wonders. Renting a car from a reliable car rental agency in Jaipur allows you to conveniently visit these attractions and make the most of your time in the city.
- Cultural Experiences: Immerse yourself in Jaipur's rich cultural heritage by attending vibrant folk performances and traditional music concerts. The best travel agency in Jaipur can arrange for you to witness the enthralling performances of local artists. Additionally, a rented car provides the flexibility to visit cultural landmarks such as the Albert Hall Museum and the Jawahar Kala Kendra, where you can admire art exhibitions and cultural events.
As you explore the majestic charms of Jaipur, entrust the services of the best travel agency in Jaipur to curate a memorable experience for you. From organizing guided tours to recommending the top attractions and markets, they ensure a seamless journey through the Pink City. Complement your exploration by opting for a reliable car rental agency in Jaipur, granting you the freedom to navigate the city at your own pace. Discover the wonders of Jaipur and create memories that will last a lifetime in this enchanting city.
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2023.06.03 12:42 jasmine_bhd SINGLE ROOOM ✨MIX UNIT✨FULLY FURNISH BRAND NEW ROOM TO RENT✨
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Room Detail: https://appoin.me/rooms_z8WtL
Location : Armani Suite Glenmarie @ Shah Alam
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- house with balcony
- shoplot at ground floor
- direct link to upcoming LRT station
- free shuttle bus to Glenmarie LRT Station (Kelana Jaya Line)
- easy access to most highways
- right beside Hicom Industrial Park
- nearby Stadium Shah Alam And Stadium Melawati
- 5 mins drive to Giant & Aeon
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Deposit: 1 month advance rental 2 months rental deposit RM150 access card deposit
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2023.06.03 12:42 AutoNewspaperAdmin [Op-Ed] - We need to take sides in tenants’ rent strike Toronto Star
2023.06.03 12:42 Tiredworker27 Too much Immigration might be good for GDP but its bad for wages
More people = more consumption = more GDP. But it keeps wages low by artificially manipulating supply and demand and creating low paying Jobs.
When employers have an endless supply of new cheap labor through large scale/ illegal/H1B immigration - they have 0 incentive to pay more but rather less. Thats why US and European wages have been stagnating since the 80s (Inflation adjusted) because Immigration keeps continuously increasing since the late 60s.
The vast influx of so many people also outpaces production of new housing units - thus keeping house prices and rent high because the supply cannot match demand.
In Europe for example nearly half of all unemployed are immigrants and nearly half of recipients of social security payments are immigrants as well. This leads to an increase demand in taxes to pay for unemployment benefits etc further decreasing the pruchasing power of workers.
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2023.06.03 12:41 vinyl_doodles What shall I do with money short term?
I'm in the lucky position where I'll be recieving around £50k very soon and I'm not sure what my options are with what to do with it short term.
I want to put it towards a house in a couple of years so need to figure out what I should do in the meantime.
A bit about my current circumstances.
I earn £40k a year. I live with my long term partner who owns the flat we currently live in together. She has her own mortgage that she is currently paying off and I give her some money for rent/bills. In a couple of years she will be looking to sell this flat and we'll buy a house together.
I currently have about £1.5k on a credit card that doesn't incur any interest for 12 months and about £9k in an easy access saver.
I have about £2k in a stocks and shares LISA with moneybox and I put £25 per week into this. I don't qualify to use this for a house because I have owned one previously with an ex. I just wanted to experiment with S&S and maybe save a bit for retirement. I like to compartmentalize my money so putting stuff into different pots for different things helps me stay organised.
I also have a Vanguard S&S ISA with another £2k in that I add £100 to per month. 100% of these investments are in the FTSE Global All Cap Index Fund.
So, I'm thinking that because I'm hoping to buy a house in a year or 2 I should just stick all the money I'm getting in the highest rate instant access savings account I can find. Or maybe a 1 year bond if the rate is better. I know I'll pay some tax on the interest (which does annoy me) but I can't put it all in an ISA and don't think it's worth the hassle splitting it up in to an ISA and other savings account. Especially as I'm assuming I would then no longer be able to add to my current S&S ISAs?
Are there other options I've not considered?
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2023.06.03 12:40 SnooDonuts3511 Should I move countries?
I’m a 32 year old guy who has lived in Dublin, Ireland almost all his adult life. I’m fond of the place but since college I’ve gone through phases of itchy feet. The thing is, I wound up missing the boat to move away in my 20s - first I decided to qualify as an accountant, telling myself I’d move after. After that I fell in love and she had stuff to do here, so I wound up staying again. Unfortunately neither of those things wound up working out. And then of course, the pandemic hit!
I’m doing better generally now. I’ve gotten out of accounting and I work in libraries. I have a community, do comedy, and I get to write (which I always dreamed of doing). But I’ve got itchy feet again. I feel like I gave my 20s to the corporate world and it just made me miserable, so whatever I do with the rest of my life I want it to be different, ideally creative.
I’m in a really fortunate place in that I own my apartment in Dublin, so I’m thinking about maybe renting it out and getting away from here for a couple years to have some different experiences, meet some new people, hopefully keep writing and performing. I don’t ever plan to have kids, so I’m hoping that gives me a certain amount of leeway in terms of finances / the ticking clock. But I’m dithering.
Ideally I’d like to go to a big cultural center. I like big cities, but the US immigration process is bonkers so that’s out. I do sometimes think about London, but I don’t hear great things in terms of cost. Also it seems to have taken a bit of a hit since Brexit? The other places I’m currently considering are Berlin and Edinburgh.
If anyone has any thoughts or experiences with any of these places I’d love to hear them! Or just advice generally. I realise I may come off a bit naive or a dreamer in this, but I just feel stuck and I need to do something.
Thanks a mil!
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2023.06.03 12:39 Bruinwar Project Grow has a new garden site available!
Full & half plots available right now.
From their newsletter: New Garden Site at Vestergaard Farms
Project Grow is pleased to announce the opening of a new garden site on Wagner Road. Purchased through through the Scio Township Land Preservation program, the 101 acre Renz Farm on the west side of Wagner just south of Liberty will continue to be a farm after 100 years in the hands of the Renz farming family. Vestergaard Farms was selected from the three proposals submitted to expand its footprint to better meet the demand for its products. Included in the expansion is a new Project Grow site. Freshly plowed and now fenced, this new 11 plot annual site will have water soon, has an abundance of leaf mulch on site and will need some soil nurturing at first. If you are interested in renting a plot, email us at [[email protected]
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2023.06.03 12:37 bored-artstudent Trip to the Highlands
My boyfriend and I will be staying in Scotland for roughly a week in August. We’re doing Interrail, so we didn’t rent a car. We’re staying in Glasgow and Edinburgh for three days each.
I would love to spend one day in nature either hiking or just going on a long walk, maybe bathe in a lake if that’s an option. But since we don’t have a car I was wondering what would be suitable by public transportation (if it’s reliable) or if there are car sharings / car hires that are not very expensive (something like 50-60 quid a day). We’re in our early 20s and have been driving for three years.
If you have any suggestions it would mean the world, I’ve been missing Scotland so so much <3 Cheers
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2023.06.03 12:35 SerRolf16 Anon has a poop thief
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2023.06.03 12:30 shannesoo Middle Room at Kenanga Point, Pudu KL Walking Distance to LRT Pudu Hang Tuah Monorail KWC
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ROOM @ KENANGA POINT FOR RENT !! GRAB IT BEFORE ITS TOO LATE !!
ROOM TYPES: 1) Middle Room - RM 850 (with queen size bed, wardrobe, study table and aircond)
WHAT INCLUDES: - WiFi included - Common area utilities included (room utilities use meter) - 1 set kitchen cabinet - Dining table - Water heater - Refrigerator - Washing machine
FACILITIES: - Swimming Pool - Gymnasium - Cafe & Restaurant - Mini Market - 24 Hours Security
NEARBY AMENITIES: - Walking distance to LRT Pudu / Hang Tuah Monorail Station - KLCC - Lalaport - BBCC - Berjaya Times Square - Sungei Wang Plaza - Plaza Low Yat - Lot 10 - Kenanga Wholesale City (KWC)
2023.06.03 12:29 Basic_Ad_5850 I hate my mother in law
My husband and I moved back to where he is from and I left my family and moved across the country to be with him. Because we have dogs and he didnt want to pay rent anymore and wanted to just buy and pay the mortgage, we decided to stay with his mom. The house market has been pretty competitive, and we were having a hard time getting a house, so we we are staying longer than expected. At the beginning, my relationship with his mom was great, she was nice, we talked and all until I started school online again. I was more time in my room because I had to do homework and could not be outside all day talking to her like before, plus I started noticing she liked to talk bad about everyone. One day, my sister in law texts my husband saying his mom was talking bad about me with her and that she already knew how their mom was and that she felt bad for me. My husband told me and I started resenting her. When I dont like someone my face will show it. She started making passive aggressive comments and we recently came on vacation. I was in the hot tube with my brother in law's girlfriend drinking wine and she just opens the door and tells us sarcastically that we looked so great being there. I was super confused and just ignored her. I noticed she wont eat anything I make, or she will not seat near me. I am at a point where I ignore her, but I cant help making faces when she is around. Do you guys have any advice? I told my husband and he is practically saying, I know it sucks but thats the way she is please suck it up.
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2023.06.03 12:29 QuiGonJim29 Capital Gains Tax Property
Hi all, I have a question around calculating CGT on a property. Below is a timeline of events for reference.
- We bought this property in 2016 for 237k.
- Spent about 30k in renovations.
- We had the property revaluated in 2021 at 495k - 530k and took out some equity to purchase another home.
- Purchased a new home in 2022 , moved in June and rented out the old property.
- We decided to sell the property after 10 months of renting.
- We have just signed a sale contract for the old property at 478k.
I understand the basics of calculating CGT. But Is it based off the original purchase price of 237k or the banks evaluated priced of 495k at the time it was turned into an investment?
I hope this makes sense. Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.03 12:28 a-thang Anybody knows any stores to rent a cycle from in South Mumbai for an early Sunday morning ride?
Hello I wanted to ride around Marine drive on Sunday morning. Any stores open to rent cycles from at around 630 in the morning? Thank you for the help.
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2023.06.03 12:27 drinkthewater12 Breaking a lease in Vancouver, WA
My sister in laws partner has passed away and they won’t be able to afford the rent without his income. Is there any clause in Washington state that would allow an early lease termination due to a death of someone on the lease?
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