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Most people make their first move away from home and parents to live in a/an ___________. Apartment
Tenants have the responsibility to report housing problems or defects to the _____________. Landlord
Many young adults choose to live at ______ in order to save money for a place of their own. Home
Living in a cooperative is similar to a dormitory, but students have more __________, such as sharing the cleaning. Responsibilities
When you ______ a lease, you are expected to remain for the entire term of the lease. Sign
A decision about where to live will depend a great deal on ________ available. Finances
An additional ______ is often required if you want to keep a pet in a rental residence. Deposit
_________ apartments usually come with sofa, bed, refrigerator, and stove. Furnished
Students who want to feel part of campus life should consider living in a ________ while in college. Dormitory
List 3 things that landlords are required to provide. Weatherproof Walls Plumbing Facilities Adequate Water
A _______ usually provides the most living space. House
In most states, you are required to give ____ days’ notice of intent to vacate a rental unit. 30
When should an apartment inventory be completed? As you are moving in
Which of these is a tenant responsibility? Adequate Locks Clean and neat condition Lighting and wiring Smoke detectors Clean and neat condition
Which of the following is not an advantage of renting a residence? A. Mobility B. Privacy C. Social life D. Convenience B - Privacy
Which of the following expenses would probably be shared by roommates? A. Utilities B. Laundry C. Cell phone charges D. Personal care A - Utilities
Which of the following is not a lawful reason to deny rental? A. Employment B. Credit rating C. Rental experiences D. Marital status D – Marital status
Many rental properties do not provide _______. A. Social opportunities B. Garages C. Laundry facilities D. Recreational facilities B - Garages
When should the decision be made about who will take items purchased jointly when the living arrangement changes? At the time of purchase
You should have enough money in ______ before attempting your move. Savings
Moving costs will _______ as the distance to your new residence increases. Increase
__________ truck rentals are a good idea for longer moves. One-way
There is usually a non-refundable _______ for new installations. (Such as telephone, power, water, etc. Charge
A security deposit protects the ______ against damage or nonpayment. Owner
Living arrangements are most successful when roommates have _______ personalities and living habits. Similar
Who usually is responsible for making home repairs when you rent a house? Landlord
Is it a good idea for roommates to have a group budget? Yes
When you move out of a rented unit, how should you leave it? Leave it as you found it, except for normal wear and tear.
An advantage of renting an apartment, rather than buy a house, is mobility. True or False True
Is it necessary to give a 30 days’ notice when you wish to move from an apartment? Yes or No Yes
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