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D.C. Releases Sample Housing Lease Agreement

District government officials promised yesterday to draw up a sample lease for those looking to rent out their apartments or houses for the inauguration. The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs has released this form for residents to use as a template. Attorney General Peter Nickles said yesterday that people may choose to add other contingencies to the lease and Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D) stressed that the sample contract does not meant the government would be culpable if anything goes wrong. Fenty eased some rental restrictions yesterday.

By David A Nakamura  |  November 21, 2008; 5:21 PM ET  | Category:  Housing
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The Room Exchange Network (www.roomexnet.com) is a free service designed to match people who seek short-term rentals with people who provide short-term housing, and has a lot of listings for DC during Inauguration weekend. It's a great site for people who want to find a place, or who want to rent their place -- www.roomexnet.com

Posted by: hacienda1978 | November 22, 2008 7:59 PM | Report abuse

Breath of Heaven Bed and Breakfast still has availability for the inauguration period. Location is Petersburg, WV, within 3 hours of Washington DC. 304-257-4971 or visit www.breathofheavenbb.com.

Posted by: gerimo65 | November 22, 2008 10:21 PM | Report abuse

In this economic terror facing the country, people having no homes, jobs, their utilities like water, heat electricity etc shut of and many folks not having enough food, the most prudent thing would be to save the taxpayers the expense and move the ceremonies inside the US Capitol. It will also solve the safety issue at the same time.

The people wanting to attend these balls for a paid price and other donations can pay out of there pockets. But the bottom line is these SOBs eat cake and the rest have to look for food at soup kitchens and charity hand outs.

Posted by: winemaster2 | November 25, 2008 4:25 PM | Report abuse

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