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I never forget what my Father, God rest his soul, used to say. "People tell me to charge more rent, but my building is always full. It takes a long time to make up an empty month even at a higher rent." Leave this guy rent alone, it not worth the 40 bucks, right? Tough question Arnie and perhaps no right or wrong answer. Here is my suggestion: it often is better to "blame others" when dealing with situations in negotiations. In this case, since it appears yo have a good relationship, use someone else as the bad guy here, go talk to your tenant and tell them that over the last 4 years, the insurance company has raided your rates, your taxes have gone up, costs of labor and repairs, etc. in other words, it is not You raising the rent, but the mean old insurance company, government, economy, etc. Unless you plan to sell or refi in the next 18 months or so, this is of less importance, but do keep in mind that a $40 monthly increase amounts to $480 a year in added income and at a 10 cap, that equates to a value increase to the property kin the amount of almost $5,000. That all said, I also agree with your Father advice that trying to get $40 more may cost you more in the end with vacancies or problem new tenants. I think you should look at this less in terms of dollar value and more in terms of percentage change. For instance, my rent automatically went up at the expiration of my 12 month lease based upon the CPI which turned out to be $39.21/mo extra. However, my rent was $2,100 (I know!!) so in terms of percentage increase it was really not much less than 2%. On the other hand, if your rent is $400/mo. an extra $40 is 10%. Just trying to look at it in a different way. I think you should raise it every few years, even if it incremental. I start by raising his rent by $15. 4 years with no increase is a long time unless you were overcharging to begin with. And it doesn sound like you are. IMO you do a tenant a disservice by not raising rents over time. When a tenant starts looking to move, their rents should be current market so they are prepared to pay at least that much if they need to rent something else. I can tell you how many tenants I have inherited that are ill prepared to pay current market rents. Many times they have been good tenants for 10 years or more but have gotten addicted to low rents. Look at any rent control city and you see the same issue Tenants are clients and deserve good service and good value, but it doesn make sense for them not to share in the increased costs for landlords. No need to raise it every year, but I wouldn let it ago another year if it were me. Edited Feb 19 2013, 10:51 by Account Closed If you do increase, increase it only slightly. A $40 extra per month hit can be big, especially for a good tenant. I had a really good tenant for 3+ years and only raised the rent once, and only $10/month. Then it was more manageable. And even then, they thanked me. Good tenants like that are really something to hang onto. This is something I have to consider for a renewal coming due this summer. The tenant was in the building 2 years before we bought it, and paid $800/month. When we bought it, we kept the rent at $800/month and have for almost 2 years now. I felt the same conflict with good long term residents. I wouldn change the rate if there is only a $40 discount. My mom is a lifetime renter. She was in her last house for almost 20 years. I think the rent nearly doubled over that time period. Every couple years the landlord would say "property taxes have gone up, I need to raise your rent." I guess I sharing that to show that increased rent won automatically chase off your great resident. My mom liked the neighborhood, liked the landlord, and didn want to deal with moving. She wasn going to go anywhere. Originally posted by Will Barnard:Tough question Arnie and perhaps no right or wrong answer. Here is my suggestion: it often is better to "blame others" when dealing with situations in negotiations. In this case, since it appears yo have a good relationship, use someone else as the bad guy here, go talk to your tenant and tell them that over the last 4 years, the insurance company has raided your rates, your taxes have gone up, costs of labor and repairs, etc. in other words, it is not You raising the rent, but the mean old insurance company, government, economy, etc. Unless you plan to sell or refi in the next 18 months or so, this is of less importance, but do keep in mind that a $40 monthly increase amounts to $480 a year in added income and at a 10 cap, that equates to a value increase to the property kin the amount of almost $5,000. That all said, I also agree with your Father advice that trying to get $40 more may cost you more in the end with vacancies or problem new tenants. Only you can make that call. Men Nike Free Run 2 Anthracite Black Red White,A very common problem that ballet dancers battle with, even some of the professionals, are sickled feet. There is nothing worse than seeing a beautiful arabesque performed on stage, and the extension of the leg is broken by a foot that looks like a banana. This problem can be rectified, although it is a very difficult habit to break. When children start off their ballet training, they need to be shown how to go up on demi pointe and how to point their feet correctly. To prevent training sickled feet, beginners normally do a lot of parrallel foot work both on the floor and standing up. If you rise parallel, and the heels aren't pressed together, the chances are good that the foot is sickled. The same goes on the floor. Some dancers, due to large calves or thigh muscles won't be able to get the heels together, but you can easily see in these positions if the foot is pointed straight or not. Once the dancer moves onto turned out tendus, she is normally taught to lead with the heel when sliding the foot away from the body and with the toe as the foot returns. In this way sickles are also nipped in the butt. A good rule, if your baby toes aren't too long, is that the baby toe should be off the floor when your foot is pointed devant. Because ballet training is about muscle memory, you have to repetitively train your body to do movements automatically, and incorrect training can form bad habits that are extremely difficult to break. If you have a sickle, you will battle when it comes to pointe work, which is standing on your toes. You will place your foot in an extremely precarious position on pointe and put a lot of strain on the ankles. Because of this it is imperative that sickles are corrected before getting pointe shoes. Here are some good exercises that can help you to rectify those sickled feet. 1. Sit on the floor with your legs stretched out in front of you. Turn your legs out from the hip and try and let your baby toes touch the floor with stretched feet. This is how your foot should feel when you are pointing it. 2. Stand with your feet parallel and place a tennis ball between your ankles. Rise and if the tennis ball drops, then you are sickling. 3. Do slow rises with your feet parallel and keep your heels together as much as you can. Concentrate the weight placement on the first three toes of the feet. 4. Use mirrors, and check your feet. You will soon be able to see when you are sickling and be able to rectify it. You won't always be able to feel you are sickling if you are used to doing it. With perseverance and determination, you will be able to rid yourself of your sickle, but don't expect it to happen overnight.
Styles Of Cheap Men Nike Free Run 2 Anthracite Black Red White,Women Nike Free Run 3 Light Bone Vivid Orange A mother was arrested for dropping f bombs in front of her children in a Kroger grocery store this week. Danielle Wolf, who only moved to South Carolina three weeks ago, was introduced to the state disorderly conduct law after letting loose some colorful language in the bread aisle. The law includes making statements in a state of anger, in the presence of another, any bawdy, lewd or obscene words or epithets. Another woman overheard Wolf speaking to her family and confronted Danielle on her foul language. Some reports then state that Wolf began swearing at the woman who confronted her which resulted in the police being called. The woman who was cursed at later declined to provide a formal statement to police because she didn realize Mrs. Wolf would be arrested. I am not going to sit here typing this post and say that I don curse in public I do (and I get creative). I am also a menace at grocery stores. I do all of the food shopping, I go late on Friday nights to avoid lines and the wandering elderly. I don bring my son or my wife. My goal is to be in and out and I am not a fan of people that get in my way. So I can kind of see something like this happening to me maybe. While quick to drop some bad language and a grumpy shopper, I am not big on yelling or making a scene. I am sympathetic to Danielle for what happened and I can easily put myself in her shoes, but clearly random shopping confrontations should be prevented at all costs (Translation: I don want to hear or see drama when I am picking out an assortment of baller cheeses). I don not agree with Mrs. Wolf being arrested. But if there was a verbal altercation with the woman that reported her could you imagine being a bystander witnessing that? First you hear a lady yelling about crushed bread, then you hear two people cursing at each other because somebody was cursing. Then you find out they are blocking the aisle and you can get your Wonder Bread. No, the cops should not have been called unless someone was in danger, but store management should have stepped in. I was ready to chalk this story up as another example of parent shaming, but this is really an altercation that happened between two women while children were watching. I think the cops over reacted and Danielle Wolf should not have been arrested, but I also feel like some degree of intervention was appropriate given the facts presented. I not even going to pretend that I don curse in front of my kid, but really, I don curse AT my kid. I also not going to pretend I don do it in public. If I at the grocery store it usually when everyone else and their elderly mother is at the grocery store because that the only time I have to go. And I always have my kid and it always after working and I always already at my wits end and starving to death. So I be sure to drop an F bomb over squished bread, and most likely under my breath at that effing person that always seems to be popping out of the end of the aisles when I trying to walk past them, running right into my cart. This world is an annoying one, and I not Michelle Duggar. I curse. While I not always proud of it, I think being arrested is going overboard. I think the woman should have just frowned and rolled her eyes, maybe shot an evil eye at the cursing woman and moved on. There was no need to start an argument and get police involved. What a waste of time. Have I cursed in public? Truthfully, I not sure. But I suppose it possible. Though more than likely not, as I rarely curse at home. Do I think this woman should have been arrested for saying the F word in public? Yes. Why? Because as a society we become something I truly despise. No one respects themselves or others anymore. People think it totally acceptable to go grocery shopping in pajamas while swearing up a storm and talking about how drunk they got on their cellphone. This is the new norm and I can stand it. I sick and tired of worrying my kid will overhear someone swearing and start repeating those words. Because lets be honest, when my kid drops the F bomb in the bread aisle people will be looking at me, the parent. They will not believe that my kid heard these words from perfect strangers at Target. Nor will they care to stick around to hear my explanation. I also lived someplace that had laws against public swearing. I actually knew someone who went to prison for giving someone the middle finger while at the beach. I forget what the exact sentence is but it either a fine (I want to say more than a thousand dollars) or 40 days in prison. He couldn pay the fine, so he was forced to do the time. And you know what, I okay with that. Because when you trying to have a nice family day out, you don want to have to worry about fully grown men who behave like animals and scare those around them with their violent language and gestures. And I don really care if it deemed a waste of police time. Because in my opinion it not. You arrest a few people for such behavior and soon people realize you can behave however you like when you leave your house. There are standards of behavior you be expected to adhere to. It also encourages those who want to argue to rethink their behavior, to calm down and walk away. As opposed to letting things escalate. And in that way, it saves police time in the long run. This Internet site provides information of a general nature and is designed for educational purposes only. If you have any concerns about your own health or the health of your child, you should always consult with a physician or other healthcare professional. Men Nike Free Run 2 Anthracite Black Red White Recent Staff Blog PostsMore green in wallets, less green in parksBlazers In FIBA World Cup: France Upsets Spain 65 52 To Advance To SemifinalsIt's Vancouver Brewfest time!Soccer analysis earns blogger some recognitionSay 'No' to the Pasta PassMaking a racket: First week of prep tennisSmelt season to be proposedMcMorris Rodgers, highest ranking woman in GOP and mentor to JHB, accused by staffer of ethics violationsNorthwest football standings and schedule ( Week 2)Sarah and James Drew, who are originally from the East Coast and now live in Portland, take part in a training run for the Vancouver Marathon. The Wednesday evening run honored those affected by the Boston Marathon bombing. (Steven Lane/The Columbian)Buy this photoA runner pins on a bib, created to support those affected by the Boston Marathon bombing. (Steven Lane/The Columbian)Buy this photoVancouver USA Marathon websiteBehind every runner, you'll find a reason they run. For their health, for the sense of community and closeness, for their sanity, for that perfect runner's high. But Wednesday evening, about 200 local runners added one more reason for Boston.Two days after explosions shook the 117th annual Boston Marathon, the Vancouver Marathon dedicated its short monthly training run to those affected on the East Coast."It really just hurts to hear about that," said Natasha Hirtzel, 31, as she waited at the Grant House for the run to start.Many runners pinned Boston bibs to their running shirts and shorts. Monday's tragedy was felt by many local residents who knew someone running the race.After hearing about the explosions, Kerianne Christie of Washougal worried about her two friends who were running. Both turned out to be safe. The 42 year old said she's seen the tragedy bring the running community closer together, even encouraging people to pick up the sport."You can't knock us down, you just push us forward," she said. Christie expects an even bigger turnout at next year's Boston Marathon.A handful of the runners who gathered at the Grant House previously ran Boston. They knew the course, the crowd and what it really feels like to be there.Sarah Abernathy, 61, describes running the Boston Marathon in 2003 as a "dream come true." When the race starts on a small hill, you see this wall of runners, she said, and it suddenly dawns on you that you're really there. You're really running those infamous 26.2 miles. The crowd claps the whole way, encouraging you to keep going.While the bombing may cloud her memory of Boston for a short time, it will never change it, Abernathy said. She'll keep running.Abernathy ran the Vancouver Marathon the past two years and plans to run the half marathon this year on June 16.Many who gathered at the Grant House said it's important to remember Boston and do what the running community always does. Run."It seems like if you're trying to crush the hope of a group of people, marathoners aren't the ones," said Keri Clough, 31, of Vancouver.Although people were upbeat and amiable, as they chatted with their running buddies, the group stood for a moment of silence. After the Star Spangled Banner was played, heads were bowed; the flag was at half staff.
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