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- How to Get Out of Your Rental Lease
- How to Part Peacefully with Your Landlord
- Rent-no-more: Getting out of a Lease
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Thinking of buying a home, but you’re not sure about the best way to break your current rental lease? Here are some tips to make the break-up amicable.
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“If you’ve been thinking of buying a home, but the prospect of breaking your apartment lease has you holding back, you might be glad to know there are options available to you as a renter. A lease isn’t always an iron-clad agreement with all the rights on the side of your landlord. Of course, buying a home isn’t the only reason to break a lease. There are many reasons to break a lease: Your job may have changed, you might find the rent too steep, or you may have lost a loved one who used to share the space with you. Here are a few things you can do to help extract yourself from the situation…”
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