Royaume de France: Property rent-out rules

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Queen of France

Property rent-out rules

Before renting a property out,
under the guidelines of the property government:

To include:
  1. winter curtains for all windows.
  2. refrigerator, freezer, washing machine, dryer.
  3. renewed wood floors, instead of the over-carpeting.
  4. ladders for gardening. in-house also for light-bulb changes.
  5. light fixtures that cover exposed light-bulbs.
  6. double paned or triple paned windows.
  7. complete fencing that contains tiny dogs.
  8. liveable doorknobs, not ones that hurt the hands like the french uprights.
  9. a few eco-mattresses, ones with natural fiber within.
Not to include:
  1. playground items: swings, trampolines, etc., give them to a local warehouse for re-use elsewhere.
  2. cordwood: or any wood at the ready for a fireplace.
  3. over-old sofas and chair furniture, send that also to the local warehouse for re-lining with new materials. 
  4. domesticated animals: any dogs or cats that lived with you or you were feeding and housing daily.

Rental repairs during the 20 year time frame,
such as needing new major appliances,
are included later, with the 10 % government pre-paid property repair budget,
but not at the beginning. 
(the up to 10%* in rental repairs are deducted from the owners property payment when they sell. *10%, if held 20 yrs.)


The rental repair budget does not go that far:
as a 100000 valued property is 10000 in repairs over the 20 yrs.
which is only 500 per yr. , including basic repairs,
such as sink repairs, cleaning, and an eco milk-painting included, and allows for wild meadow gardens to remain, instead of a over-mowing everywhere.
Please leave a note for the workmen and workwomen if you have such a habitat garden in progress. As to not destroy the grounds for wild animals such as hedgehogs etc.


Rental property items to share when not in use:
local and/or regional warehousing, for:
when long-term renters and gov-builders want to use the equipment. 
1.) curtain exchanges, when renters want a different color scheme, etc.
2.) playground items, swings, table tennis, badmitten nets, trampolines, etc.,
3.) appliances, such as microwave ovens, tv;s etc., that renters can swap around.
4.) extra furniture items: such as tables, chairs, 
that renters can use in-house, or in-apartment. 
5.) electric garden appliances. 
6.) tiny green-houses, potting sheds, 
7.) mis-purchased or no longer needed housebuilding items:
 roof slates, cupboards, in-house hardware (doorknobs, light fixtures), 
glass, etc.

As garage storage, individually often furthers many items into distress, ...,
eaten electrical cords, rain damage, etc.

...and workers to maintain the local (regional warehouse.), 
washing curtains etc, when necessary.

and also including a repair-person for the washing-machines, 
dryers, tv's, etc., to repair or verify if the appliance is unusable.  


based upon a property world government,
10% of any rent money collected yearly goes toward its house repairs,
(the properties 20 yr. repair valuation, is 10% of the property value,
5% from the rental income, 5 % from the owners.)
1/4 value of previous property values worldwide.
and rents are limited to 1/2 of that property value, per 20 yrs.
A 200000 house value becomes 50000,
rentable at 25000 per 20 yr. time frame,
and repairs of 5000 per 20 yrs. 10% property value.
only building supplies are the house purchases.
Purchased in bulk by gov. at building centers,
with sustainable and ecology-minded choices only.
Additional owners savings can be added into the project,
yet that is out of their savings, not from the rental income.
Each rental property originally rented out in as good as new shape.


The owners are without complaints because the houses and apts.
themselves are purchased from the yearly 20000 pre-paid gift card.,
(up to 10000 per yr.) freely given by the government.,
and first time sales into the system, are to the government for resale later,
...the owners receive the houses' prior valuation (4x's higher),
 minus what they did not pay for the house, via loans remaining.
Manual labor workers receive a savings percentage from their yearly works from the government rental or resell repair lists.
and ...bank loans remaining with the banks, are absolved from the owners, and the loan amounts go into the debt buy trade.