• Why do Americans move to a new house in an other state?

    Best answer: There are many reasons individuals move from one state to another. I will list a few of the more popular reasons a person or family would move from one state to another. #1. Job opportunities Either your job has transferred or you find a better paying position or one that you would like. #2. Economy It might... show more
    Best answer: There are many reasons individuals move from one state to another. I will list a few of the more popular reasons a person or family would move from one state to another.

    #1. Job opportunities

    Either your job has transferred or you find a better paying position or one that you would like.

    #2. Economy

    It might become financially impossible or difficult to reside in your current state. If one find one that is more conducive to your financial means and situation you would want to move to another state

    #3.Family

    Some decisions to move are based on the fact that other relatives are residing in the state you want to move

    #4. Retirement

    Many senior would want to relocate or move to a more moderate temperature and no longer endure the harshness of the winter temperatures.

    #5. Return to your state of birth

    Some individuals would return to the state in which they were born after a long absence due to being in the military or residing in another state for reasons of marriage or job.

    #6. Mobile society

    Citizen of the United States are a mobile society. In some cases a person would just want to find a different place to reside, to change the scenery, experience the difference and culture of a new state, move because of the weather to participate in the sports offered by these states, such as water skiing, winter sports, a better fishing and hunting location, as well as many other reasons.

    These are a few of the primary reasons a person would move to another state. There are many other minor reasons a person would move.

    I hope this has been of some benefit to you.

    "FIGHT ON"
    23 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 18 hours ago
  • Can I legally cancel the electric bill?

    My girlfriend is staying in an apartment that I took out in my name. I added her to the lease sometimes after I signed off the lease. I moved into a house that I bought so I left her with the apartment since she won't leave without an eviction. The electric bill is my name. Can I disconnect it legally so I can... show more
    My girlfriend is staying in an apartment that I took out in my name. I added her to the lease sometimes after I signed off the lease. I moved into a house that I bought so I left her with the apartment since she won't leave without an eviction. The electric bill is my name. Can I disconnect it legally so I can stop incurring the bill? Or can I just simply stop paying it and default on it.
    18 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 10 hours ago
  • Tenant's deposit?

    My tenant just moved out of my property which I rented for $1550 a month, and a $1550 security deposit. When they moved out they didnt clean anything. The kitchen was greasy, tiles on first floor was dirty, and grouts were all dark and black(originally white). They broke 2 vertical blinds on the kitchen and living... show more
    My tenant just moved out of my property which I rented for $1550 a month, and a $1550 security deposit. When they moved out they didnt clean anything. The kitchen was greasy, tiles on first floor was dirty, and grouts were all dark and black(originally white). They broke 2 vertical blinds on the kitchen and living room, and horrizontal blinds on 3 bedrooms. They also installed ceiling fans and switches on 3 bedrooms when they moved in. And then took all 3 fans and the switches. Leaving all wires on the wall and ceiling exposed on all 3 bedrooms (there were no wires on ceiling prior to moving in) there were holes which they made for hanging pictures and curtains. And some paints on wall were peeling off and scratched. I told them I'd give them $550 back from the $1550 deposit. Now they threaten me that they will go to court and hire attorney, thinking I took too much from deposit
    23 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • Do i need to move out when my lease ends and I do not agree to sign a new lease?

    I live in Massachusetts. My lease ends on July 31st. The landlord today ask if I want to renew the lease. He is not allowing me to do month to month. I just started the process of buying a house. After renovation, I should be able to move in 4 months from now. I have a child age 13. What can I do? I don't... show more
    I live in Massachusetts. My lease ends on July 31st. The landlord today ask if I want to renew the lease. He is not allowing me to do month to month. I just started the process of buying a house. After renovation, I should be able to move in 4 months from now. I have a child age 13. What can I do? I don't want to sign the new lease. I just need to stay about 3 more months after my lease ends. How long can I stay for before he can legally kick me out? I'm still willing to pay the rent for the time I'm staying. But the landlord is only giving me the option to sign and stay or pack and leave.
    18 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • Say you own apartment income range limit $29,000.00 to $38,000.00 a year would you accept someone that makes $2,500 above the limit ?

    I make $2500.00 a year to much so cannot move in. As I tried to explain to the owner think of it this way I have the safety despoit can hand you over 3 months rent right noway. With me making $2500 extra gives me no excuse on saying I need more time or cannot pay the rent. He said sorry no which to me is a dumb... show more
    I make $2500.00 a year to much so cannot move in. As I tried to explain to the owner think of it this way I have the safety despoit can hand you over 3 months rent right noway. With me making $2500 extra gives me no excuse on saying I need more time or cannot pay the rent. He said sorry no which to me is a dumb decision I get it supposed to be for people on low income of fixed income but dumb move. I ever own a complex and was the same situation I would say come on in. If the person made $75000 I could see being an issue not really but get my point. Bill Gates wanted to move in I would let him.
    13 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 17 hours ago
  • I inherited my mom s house in PA. My neighbor wants to buy it as an investment property. Do I need a real estate agent?

    If we can agree on a sales price, can not use a real estate agent (and avoid paying commission) and hire a real estate attorney to handle all aspects of the transactions?
    If we can agree on a sales price, can not use a real estate agent (and avoid paying commission) and hire a real estate attorney to handle all aspects of the transactions?
    17 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • I hate my job so much but I m stuck. What should I do?

    I m 16 and I just got a job at my local McDonalds. I ve been working here for almost two weeks and well...I ******* hate it. Most of my coworkers are nice and reassuring, but there are some coworkers and managers that can be real *****. I need to start saving money for college and a car, so that s why I started... show more
    I m 16 and I just got a job at my local McDonalds. I ve been working here for almost two weeks and well...I ******* hate it. Most of my coworkers are nice and reassuring, but there are some coworkers and managers that can be real *****. I need to start saving money for college and a car, so that s why I started searching for a job in the first place. My best friend also got a job there, but I never work with him. My family was finally happy that I got a job, and I don t want them to be disappointed or think I m a coward for quitting. But this job ******* sucks and I just want to spend my summer relaxing and hanging out with friends. The job itself is quite complicated because I have to work the counter, work drive thru, get the food bagged and out, clean the lobby and the kitchen, make fries, restock supplies, etc. The pressure is really getting to me. And it doesn t help when my coworkers and managers are being total dickheads because I m relatively new. I haven t gotten paid yet either. I was told that I would be getting paid this Friday, and then I was told next Friday, and then today i was told in three weeks. My parents probably wouldn t approve if I decided I wanted to quit. Idk, it s just extremely stressful and I feel pressured. I ******* hate this feeling so much that I m starting to feel depressed because most of my summer is spent working at a job I hate. I also live in a small town, so it s kind of hard finding a job. I guess I just need advice.
    13 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 1 day ago
  • Any benefit to convert a traditional IRA to ROTH for 80 yo with 1M$ balance?

    Best answer: If you convert to a Roth, you pay income tax on the ENTIRE balance this year. The primary benefit to converting is that there is not tax on FUTURE earnings in the account. At age 80, it is significantly less likely those earnings will be sufficient to make up for the immediate taxes. If you were 20 or 30, I would... show more
    Best answer: If you convert to a Roth, you pay income tax on the ENTIRE balance this year. The primary benefit to converting is that there is not tax on FUTURE earnings in the account. At age 80, it is significantly less likely those earnings will be sufficient to make up for the immediate taxes.
    If you were 20 or 30, I would say make the conversion. At 80, you are probably just as well off keeping the plan you have.
    7 answers · Personal Finance · 2 days ago
  • You think $ 80,000 a year is a good income these days.?

    I do not have a house of my own.
    I do not have a house of my own.
    14 answers · Financial Services · 2 days ago
  • I live in North Carolina and went to pay my landlord rent in cash this morning as I have done for the last six months and she refused it?

    Can my landlord refuse my cash and tell me I have to use a debit card without notice a friend told me that since rent was refused this month i shouldn’t have to pay this month can someone tell me if this is true
    Can my landlord refuse my cash and tell me I have to use a debit card without notice a friend told me that since rent was refused this month i shouldn’t have to pay this month can someone tell me if this is true
    20 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • I lost my job and am losing my mind?

    I’m 20 years old and have no money in my bank account. I was just fired from my job and can’t pay my rent, can’t afford to eat, and I’m now $3000 in debt. My car will probably be repossessed in the next month. My rent is paid for this month but I put it on a credit card and obviously can’t afford to pay the credit... show more
    I’m 20 years old and have no money in my bank account. I was just fired from my job and can’t pay my rent, can’t afford to eat, and I’m now $3000 in debt. My car will probably be repossessed in the next month. My rent is paid for this month but I put it on a credit card and obviously can’t afford to pay the credit card. I feel depressed too and like I am stuck in a rut. I’ve never been a depressed person until now. So I’ll probably end up homeless until I find another job and no my parents will not help me out. Has anyone else struggled like I have? How do I survive without food and shelter?
    77 answers · Personal Finance · 7 days ago
  • What should I do if I m being paid $7.25 an hour for the first 30 days at my new job?

    I m 17 and I just started a job where they told me that I ll be paid $7.25 an hour for the first 30 days while they find out how good of a worker I am. I just came from a job where I was being paid $9.25 an hour, so I have job experience and I am definitely a hard worker. A month is half my summer and I feel like I... show more
    I m 17 and I just started a job where they told me that I ll be paid $7.25 an hour for the first 30 days while they find out how good of a worker I am. I just came from a job where I was being paid $9.25 an hour, so I have job experience and I am definitely a hard worker. A month is half my summer and I feel like I m working for free when they pay me so little.
    9 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 7 hours ago
  • How much money do you need to livr off the stock market?

    If i live in the cheapest place in the us, what would be money i need to retire of off putting my money in the stoxk market?
    If i live in the cheapest place in the us, what would be money i need to retire of off putting my money in the stoxk market?
    17 answers · Investing · 2 days ago
  • How long can I stay after landlord send me an eviction notice?

    My lease is due end of this month. My landlord wants me to sign a new lease. I don't wantto sign it because I bought a house and ready to move in, in 3 months from now. Ther landlord is not giving me the option to pay month to month for the next few months. What's the consequences of I stay and not sign... show more
    My lease is due end of this month. My landlord wants me to sign a new lease. I don't wantto sign it because I bought a house and ready to move in, in 3 months from now. Ther landlord is not giving me the option to pay month to month for the next few months. What's the consequences of I stay and not sign lease. He probably goingto send me an eviction notice. How much time can i stall? Do u still have to pay rent after the eviction notice?
    18 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago