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Original post made on Jul 31, 2008

Q I live in an area that has very few apartment rentals. The apartment I have decided to rent needs a lot of cosmetic improvements. What do I have to do to upgrade my apartment?

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Posted by Claudia
a resident of Greater Miranda
on Jul 31, 2008 at 2:45 pm

I am looking forward to renting an apartment. I think it is the apartment of my dreams. I would nonetheless, change the carpet in the bedroom to either a different type of carpet or take it off and put tiles. I would be more than willing to put it back right before I leave and all this I would pay for out of my own pocket. Do you know if doing either change is considered merely cosmetic or do I have to have written permission for doing this?


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