Jun. 10th, 2013

erynn: Gaelic merman image (do something strange)
Today I talked to Sally, my next door neighbor, to ask if the HOA had any openings for renting a unit. She said she wasn't sure but she thought it was possible, and to talk to the property manager, so I emailed him about it. If I were able to rent the place out rather than sell it, I wouldn't have to take a huge financial loss by selling the condo. From what I have so far seen, rental income (so long as you are not actually managing the property) counts as "passive income" that doesn't count against your disability income because you are still too disabled to work. It would basically rent out to cover the mortgage and HOA with a little left over for whatever property management service I hired to do the deed, and for any potential repairs that might become necessary.

I'm currently in the process of gathering the information I need to fill out the appropriate visa form. I won't start filling things out until I'm pretty well along in the process of getting the condo ready for rental or sale. I suspect dealing with the condo will take longer than actually dealing with the visa itself, but I could be wrong. My passport doesn't expire until 2015, so I have ample time to deal with this at the moment.

In addition to this, we had Irish class tonight, and I've written a bit more in the story I'm working on. I'll be starting the next chapter before I go to bed or tomorrow.

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