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We had a family with a daughter moving into the house. I told the family about the guy. I have to sleep at night. mckA LL is not required to disclose issues unrealted to the property.
that wants to rent from me that there is a criminal living accross the street? I have a house that is walking distance from train tracks. Every few hours, an Amtrack train blows through at about 70 mph. It very loud. I don mention this. My tenant told me that it very annoying, but they soon got used to it.
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Just because someone got nailed as a SO is no reason to go off the edge. There is a difference between some 19 year old guy with his 17 year old girl friend getting in trouble and some 59 year old perv.
would have a very difficult time renting the house if every potential tenant knew there was a sex offender accross the street.
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Originally posted by Marian Smith:Thanks. So you don disclose it?
I wouldn say anything about it. It up to the tenant to check the neighborhood, including the sex offender list.
Why is it our job as landlords to protect the public from creeps? If the neighbor is so dangerous that we have to guard kids from him, why isn he in prison?
I always try to talk about the positive aspects of a house and leave out the negatives. Also, sometimes you need to turn the negative into a positve. For example, if the house is on a main road, you can tell the people that, "In Mens Nike Air Max 2017 Real Red the wintertime, your street will be plowed first."
I had a rental with a sex offender living across the street. I learned everything I could about the history of the guy living there. I talked to his public counselor, the attorney and the cop handling the case. It turned out the guy had molested his daughter and granddaughter and was pretty low risk.
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Yes Karen, I do to, to the extent I can control things. Just saying, not everyone that gets tagged with the scarlet letter is really an evil perv. Some law and order show had some guy giving testimony as an expert, then it was pointed out he had been convited of sex crimes, turned out he was 19 and his girlfriend was 17, thay later married. While that was TV, it is also the reality of a system. I want to knwo what the circumstances were before I began the defimation thing and made inappropriate claims.
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[b]Originally posted by Karen M.:If I knew a sex offender was living across the street, I definitely disclose it to any potential tenants that have kids, or have kids visit their home. How would you feel if you didn disclose it and he attacked a child living in your home? Aside from that, I sure there would be a huge liability and lawsuit due to the fact you withheld the information.
At 30, I still wonder about the circumstances, some at 17 look, act and carry on (and lie) as older women who may work the street or a bar parking lot. Just saying I want to know the circumstances before getting excited about it. If he snatched her off the street and violated her, he would have gotten more than 5 years, sounds like there was more to it. And no, I not some Akin type suggesting it was her fault.
If it were just looking at the map for offenders and they were shown on your street, but you didn know they actually still lived there, that one thing, however; when you KNOW that one lives across the street, that a different story. DISCLOSE IT.
If I knew a sex offender was living across the street, I definitely disclose it to any potential tenants that have kids, or have kids visit their home. How would you feel if you didn disclose it and he attacked a child living in your home? Aside from that, I sure there would be a huge liability and lawsuit due to the fact you withheld the information.
Also, how would a landlord get sued for not disclosing this if the offender did attack your tenant children? That wouldn be your fault. I would think the sex offender would get sued along with the state for releasing him.
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Everyone has to live with themselves and figure out where they draw the line on these issues. I once had a group of counselors that "treated" sex offenders wanting to rent office space in our office park. I told them not under any circumstances. It works for me. Just because people are on the streets, doesn in any way mean they are safe to be around, and you fooling yourself if you believe that.
I have a rental house where there a methadone clinic down the street. I don disclose this. What if an addict breaks into my tenant house and steals to buy drugs? Would that be my fault for not disclosing this fact? What if the neighbor wears a wife beater and is on parole for beating up women? Should I tell every single woman 2017 Air Max Shoes
I doubt you have rental trouble, such is getting common in some lower end areas. The poster said the guy was living with his mother, the question is, is he actually registered? I simply suggested if anyone with kids, etc. were looking at his property, he should tell them about the pervert across the street, and allow them to make a decision.
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If anyone does mention the sex offender, ask them where they can live where there are no sex offenders. Also, you can say, "If he was a threat to society, he still be in prison." It sounds a lot better than, "You are going to live right across the street from a creepy pedophile and he probably looking at us through the blinds right now." Sometimes, it all in how you present things.
and they were shown on your street, but you didn know they actually still lived there, that one thing, however; when you KNOW that one lives across the street, that a different story. DISCLOSE IT.
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