- Apr 17, 2009
Long story short, I tried to rent in 2005 and found it was impossible. The easy option (which has also proved more economical in the long run) was to buy. Now I'm getting tired of the city and figured I'd just go somewhere else, rent out my place and use the money to rent a nice house with a yard and a bbq and enjoy small town life. And it should be pretty straightforward to set up now that I own a property in Capital, right? Wrong. Apparently you can not be your own garantor. Why? Because you might die. Thing is, if you die, you "vacate" their property and there shouldn't be an issue (?), or am I confused as to what the garantia is actually for?