Renting my home, and the A/C stopped working

About 10 years ago, I had a life situation going on that caused me to need to move out of our home and move into a condo in our neighborhood where I live.

My home is in a neighboring town, which is about a 45 minute drive away.

At the time, gasoline prices were outrageous, just like they are now, and I had a loved one who was having health difficulties and entirely needed someone to help him. At that time, I decided to rent our home out to our acquaintance in town, and just live close to our job and close to our loved one. About four years ago our loved one passed away, and it was time to start thinking about moving back home. When I thought about that, but, I entirely didn’t want to do it because I didn’t want a 45-third commute to work every day, so I am continuing to rent this cute little townhome that is only 10 minutes from our office. Well, earlier this week I came home from work and I discovered that our air conditioner was on the fritz. When something like the air conditioner needs work, that is when I am glad that I am a renter. If I was not renting the townhouse, of course I would have to pay for the heating and air conditioning repairs. In fact, when the air conditioner was on the fritz at our home and the acquaintance in town, our property manager called me to let me know that I was going to have to pay an A/C repair bill. I know that our tenants were glad that they did not have to pay for the air conditioner to be fixed, and just the same I am glad that I did not have to pay for our air conditioner to be fixed just the other day. When I get close to retirement, I will move back into our house, because that is where I intend to be when I am retired. At that time I will have to go back to making all repairs and doing all repairs even that of the a/c.

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