4 Frequently Asked Renovation Questions from Renters
Can your landlord shoulder some of the costs?
The downside of renting is that you can't just work on major renovations to spruce up the space. Your landlord or landlady may have specific regulations as stated in your contract. However, when it comes to basic home improvement projects like fixing pipes and damaged electric sockets, you can inform him or her about it as they should be able to handle the costs. Here are common inquiries that you should also take note of:
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