When the boiler broke in the basement of the building, Isenstadt and Sirota's living situation quickly deteriorated. They soon realized that one thing to watch out for when searching for a new apartment is how responsive the landlord will be to tenants' issues. When their landlord wasn't responsive at all to the broken boiler, they found themselves living in an apartment where their lives were possibly in danger. See their story in the video above.
See more on dealing with landlords:
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Tenants: Keep Your Landlord in Check
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