An altis property manager in the French Riviera town of Lille, France, said he’s seen the landlord refuse to let tenants into the property because it’s too big.
“He said he doesn’t want to rent to us,” Pierre Gaudier said.
The landlord, who declined to give his name, told CBC News in an email that he has had problems with the company for a long time and had recently changed the leasing policies to make it more affordable. “
“He says he doesn\’t want to let us.
The company’s lawyer, Alain Gaudet, said the rent in Lille is already a “very high” percentage of the city’s average of 7,000 euros ($8,700) per month. “
We were not able to renew the lease until the last minute, which means the lease is not renewed,” the email said.
The company’s lawyer, Alain Gaudet, said the rent in Lille is already a “very high” percentage of the city’s average of 7,000 euros ($8,700) per month.
But Gaudères tenants said the landlord said they can’t even afford a month’s rent for their two small dogs, so the rent would be much lower.
And if they were to apply for a different lease, they said, the landlord would evict them.
“We can’t afford it, and they can do whatever they want,” Gaudiere said.
In addition to the dogs, Gaudère said, he said he has to pay more than 3,000 dollars in insurance and the landlord has refused to pay his utility bills.
So Gaudere says he has been considering other alternatives, such as moving to another city.
“It’s a difficult situation,” Gébert said.
Lille is a city of 20,000 people that is on the French coast and the nearest town is Lille-sur-Seine, which is just 1,500 miles away.
Gauderet said he is considering leaving.
“I would like to move somewhere, but I don’t know if it’s worth the hassle,” Gaudière said.
He said that when he moved to France from France in 2007, he was shocked at the high cost of living and the fact that people from other countries, such in Australia and Australia’s eastern suburbs, had to pay higher rents.
Gaudiere says he was initially afraid of moving to Lille but decided to make a deal with the landlord after the landlord threatened to evict him.
He said the apartment was a total loss.
Gaudier has already made several attempts to reach the landlord, but said he received no response.
Gaudière, who has lived in Loula, the French port town just outside Lille since 2005, said it was difficult to find an alternative rental agency.
He said he hopes to find a better alternative if his landlord doesn\’te respond to his inquiries.
“The rent is too high,” he said.