Be Sure You Want Your Girlfriend or Boyfriend on Your Lease

There will be those times when couples feel like moving in together is the best thing for the relationship.  However, sooner or later, they realize it was worst thing they could have done.  Now they are stuck living together, bound by a contract.  One is trying to get the other to move out, but this person isn't budging.  "You won't be moving your new girlfriend in after I leave!" the girlfriend shouts.  "I don't want anyone else living here, I just want you gone!" the boyfriend says.  These hurtful exchanges may end up with a police officer taking someone away in handcuffs or worse death.

When you know the relationship is rocky, don't put someone on the contract as a leaseholder.  Rather, put this person down as an occupant especially when you are the one with the job and he or she can't keep a job or don't work.  Couples ruin their credit when they prematurely move in with one another, not to mention, how they leave the condition of the apartment when they often fight--ugh!

I have seen my share of holes walls and doors due to angry fists, disgusting carpet stains because someone through something, even blood in places I rather not say.  There is an ugliness left behind in these suites after couples have spent much time arguing and fighting.  If you are sensitive to energies, you may feel some when you tour vacant suites.  One time, I was told about a ghost in one vacant apartment by one of my maintenance staff.  At first, I didn't believe him, so I checked it out.  What he thought was a ghost, was a dark spirit, an ugly black one that I saw in another dimension.  Now I don't know if the previous residents brought it with them when they moved in, but they sure left something behind for the next residents.  I was so nervous that I practically fell trying to get out of the suite.  I did get spiritual about this situation, I prayed and had hoped that the spirit would leave before the suite was shown to the next apartment shoppers.

When you are looking for an apartment, be sure you are going to get one with someone you plan on committing to long-term.  This means a person who you have planned a wedding date with and have at least met their family and friends.  By doing this, you may save yourself some future stress with apartment management, police, and your neighbors.

Nicholl McGuire

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