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  1. Tenants gave notice on 8/2 that they would be leaving in October. 60 days put them at 10/1. She said they hoped to be out before the end of the month but she would keep me posted. I messaged a week or so ago and asked for a hard date, and she said they may be in a little longer... our lease says we get 45 days from end of term to do showings/etc. My wife thinks once they provide a move-out date, that should start their 60 day notice instead of notice starting when hw informed me they were leaving. She's concerned they will just keep pushing it back and we won't be able to get the house ready i
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  2. I would let the tenant know you need a notice in writing. I don’t count anything until I receive written notice. Your wife is correct, they can’t start the notice verbally and keep moving it. It’s official when it’s in writing and doesn’t deviate without your consent after that.
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  3. Has anyone bought a house and while doing some upgrades discovered hidden damage and was able to get previous insurance to pay for it?
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  4. Have you spoke with your real estate agent on the options for you? You could also ask for a referral to a laywer and pay for consulting so you know your options as well.
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  5. Home was built in 2006 and has had coverage by USAA since then. We contacted USAA after we were informed by our PM that the AC no longer works and replacement will cost $9600. Please read response from the company and advise on how to proceed. "I have spoken to your HVAC technician as well as the Property Managers Technician. They are both consistent with the following.��* This is an old unit�* This unit is not in good shape�* This unit is not large enough for the space��- There is not coverage for normal aging of a product as discussed, Lack of or faulty maintenance or design. Additional
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  6. A home warranty would be the route to go to help with replacement cost of house systems. I've only seen it mentioned in here once of how a home insurance company helped with replacement cost of a house system. I wouldn't have gone to a home owner's insurance over this...it'll leave a red flag on your account.
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  7. I don't think that is unusual at all--I've never heard of homeowner's insurance covering AC repair or replacement. It's just one of those home maintenance costs you have to be prepared for. 10-15 years seems to be about average lifespan.
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  8. Be careful calling USAA from here on out! If you have three inquiries/claims within a certain period they will drop you! Only call them for catastrophic purposes and not small things such as this or you will deeply regret it. Another friend just got dropped and is having a heck of a time finding another company now and will pay lots more once she finds someone. You need s home warranty company (and many of those are shoddy and use inferior parts, hard to get appointments and like to band aid problems) or you start building up a reserve fund that all homeowners should have anyway for emergencie
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