Our lease states that any time an earnest money deposit is placed on the property, the owner may choose to have the tenants vacate with 30 days notice. We do not see this often and most properties up for sale do not exercise this; however, it may occur during your tenancy. You will not be penalized for breaking your lease agreement early. Depending on vacate date, we ask that you pay your normal monthly rent amount and we will pro-rate any days you are not at the property and credit it onto your security deposit refund. Once we know a home is selling, our team will let you know and give you contact information for the listing agent. During this time, we ask that tenants give reasonable accommodations for showings. Please work with the agent in a way that will allow the showings to be completed in a time-sensitive matter.
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- I paid rent 1 minute late. Can you waive the late fee?
- I received an email that you will be conducting an inspection at my property. What does this mean?
- I won't be able to pay rent on the due date. What happens next?
- I want to break my lease. What options do I have?
- What will you be doing when you complete an inspection of my property?
- I received notice that you will be conducting an inspection. How can I reschedule it?
- I noticed the fee "administrative rental income" on my ledger. What is that?
- I don't want to renew my lease. Why won't you accommodate a month to month tenancy?
- What is the charge "lease origination fee" on my tenant ledger?
- I have guests staying at my property. Is that okay?