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Another reader sends the above from 1329 V Street, NW

“Dear PoPville,

My landlord has decided to sell the row house I’m currently renting. We have one of three units. They’re planning on listing it this week and of course want to start showing it.

I am not at all wild about the idea of strangers coming into our home during a quarantine. I’m not trying to be difficult or hold up the process, but this is an extraordinary time and I was wondering what the community thinks. Do we have any recourse? Do I just have to let any potential buyer in? Thanks.”

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“Dear PoPville,

My wife and I are considering purchasing a house in Brookland that had been flipped quickly by a developer. We submitted an offer, had an inspection done, etc. Other than a few small things and one moderate foundation issue, each of which the developer agreed to fix, one issue we asked about was accessing the permits for the work that had been done. The seller’s agent informed us that the work as done without having acquired permits Read More

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