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Address Rent Deposit Bedrooms Bath Appliances Utilities Parking Type Laundry
                   
2723 N. 37th St. 650 650 2 1 No Water Included No Lower Yes
2725 N. 37 St. 650 650 2 1 No Water Included No Upper Yes
2526 N 29th St. 625 600 2 1 No Water Included No Lower Yes
1314 Missouri
South Milwaukee
700 700 2 1 Stove Water Included Yes
Garage
Lower Yes
312 N 36th St. 950 950 3 1 Yes Water Included No Single Family  
2522 S 6th St. 630 630 2 1 Yes Water Included No Upper No
2531 N 20th St. 600 600 3 1          
2522 S. 6th St. 630 630 3 1          
4656 N 31st St. 950 950 3 1          
2437 N 37th St. 650 650 3 1          
5805 N 7th St. 600 600 2 1          
6220 Walnut Ln. Cudahy 1200 1200 3 1          
906 N 3th St. 995 995 3 1          
2214 N 41st. St. 650 650 2 1          
1314 Missouri 700 700 2 1          
3630A N. 25th St 650 650 2 1          
2526A N. 29 St. 600 600 2 1          
2526B N. 29 St 300 600 2 1          
2723 N 37th St. 600 600 2 1          
2725 N 37th St 600 600 2 1          
2563 N 53rd St 625 625 2 1          
4947A N 54th St 675 675 3 1          
4947B N 54th St 625 625 2 1          
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   

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Many tenants sign an agreement to rent an apartment but never actually read the literature that they are signing. This is a big no no. If you have trouble reading or understanding a lease, always ask someone to help you with it. Whether a family member, your pastor, or friend, it’s always important that you get the help you need. Some of the “tenant rights” are as follows;

What You Should Know Before You Rent

  • Landlords may not advertise or rent condemned property.
  • Landlords must disclose housing code violations they have been notified of but have not corrected.
  • They must also reveal structural defects, a lack of hot or cold running water, serious plumbing, or electrical problems, and other hazards. Landlords Must Also Disclose:
  • If the heating unit cannot maintain a temperature of at least 67° F.
  • If you are required to pay utilities.
  • How utility charges will be divided if the dwelling is one of several not individually metered.
  • You have the right to inspect the unit before you rent it. We recommend you take along a flashlight, light bulb, hairdryer, pen, and the following checklist:

  • Turn on each light switch to see if it works.
  • Check outlets (use hairdryer) and sockets (use light bulb) - defects could cause fires.
  • Turn on sink and bathroom faucets - check for leaks, proper drainage and water temperature.
  • Flush toilets - check for leaks.
  • Look for smoke detectors.
  • Check ceilings and walls for cracks and water stains.
  • Are there deadbolts on apartment and exterior doors?
  • Push on the windows - are they secure? Are latches in good working order?
  • Check for window storms and screens.
  • Check condition of furnace. Even in summer, turn up thermostat to make sure it actually works.
  • Look at water heater to see if it is leaking.
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