The only way that could be a problem is if there is a strict limit of one person allowed to live there. If they allow more than one person they can not prohibit a child from living there. Most states have laws against discrimination against children in the housing market. Ask if it's OK for another person to live there with you. If they say yes then your good to go. The fact that the other person is your expected child shouldn't make any difference. A landlord may be concerned about getting rent from you while your on maternity leave, but I assume you have a plan for that.
by norseman - 20 hours ago
Yes you should tell him. He's gonna find out eventually anyway. Starting out with a deception is not a good thing when trying to maintain a peaceful landlord/tenant relationship.
by reenzz - 20 hours ago
No, you don't and it could be seen as housing discrimination if you are asked about children and don't get the apartment. You can't be discriminated against because you have kids. That's how it is in FL; I'm not sure is this law is federal or just in my state.
by cashmaker81 - 20 hours ago
First, ask the Management do they allow kids? If they say yes, then you're good to go.
by Ms Show Me - 20 hours ago
You seem like a good person so u shouldnt have a problem, but some hotels,ect. have restrictions against children or infants so just go over the rules with your land lord and if ur allowed to then when u hav the babe, it wont matter weather he(or she) knos or not cuz if ur livin there their gonna find out........
by TaylorNicole - 20 hours ago
it would be of no advantage to you in telling him, so dont.....none of his business anyway
by dimarkcanada - 20 hours ago
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