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Looking at some of the changes a Trump presidency is likely to bring, P.2

Previously, we began looking briefly at some of the changes the election of Donald Trump is likely to bring. As we noted, Donald Trump has published an agenda for his first 100 days in office, and this gives a sense of what he plans to do upon entering office. In addition to the changes mentioned last time, there are also going to be changes coming for various industries.

Noise issues can lead to disputes between landlord and tenant

Picture this scenario: After months of searching, you find the perfect apartment in New York City. You've spent the day moving and unpacking. Unable to keep your eyes open, you crawl into bed. Suddenly a low rumbling rattles your walls and makes your eyes snap open. Turns out the subway is right underneath your apartment, and you never knew it would cause such a ruckus.

Can I buy a house if I am not a U.S. citizen?

Immigrants to the United States are often eager to put down their roots through the purchase of a home. The good news is that non-U.S. citizens and those who hold temporary resident status may be able to buy a home. Overall, your ability to purchase a home is not dependant on your citizenship status here in the U.S. However, there are several challenges that you may be facing.

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