Offbeat Michael Wendler: His landlords in Florida throw him out
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This summer, Turkish inflation reached levels not seen since the 1990s, and nowhere is it more clear than the rental market. Tenants are seeing their rents double, or even triple, in just one year. In an effort to prevent mass evictions, the government has put a temporary ban on landlords raising rents more than 25% per year until July of next year, but few appear to be following the rule, according to renters, real estate agents and others.“No one is following the 25% rule,” said real estate agent Hüseyin Daşçı. “I’m a renter myself, and my rent went up 40%.
just about a year ago(50) and his wife (22) moved to a house in Punta Gorda in the US state of Florida. However, the landlords should have their problems with the couple Image your browser does not support this video from the neighborhood you hear that Michael Wendler is "repeatedly responsible for hustle and bustle in the quiet area", so The report on. In addition, the landlords would have noticed their problems in Germany.
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Even if Michael Wendler, who, according to his ex-manager Markus Krampe, has 1.2 million tax debts to the German tax office, who is said to have paid the rent for the house until the end of September, he apparently no longer lives in the rental house in question.
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The formerly successful pop singer Michael Wendler has to move out of the common luxury villa. The details. © Imago / Future Image Michael Wendler Michael Wendler and his wife Laura Müller live together in Florida. Laura divides excerpts of her luxurious life on Instagram. There you can see them on a boat again and again, recently she shares the two "brand new" jetskis that the couple apparently bought.
, according to information from the "Bild", Michael Wendler is said to have sold his house in Cape Coral for $ 890,000. Instead of repaying his debts, he bought a new property. In the "picture" he commented on
: "Here the real estate market burns and of course you should use that." No building application has yet been made for the acquired property.
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