It all depends on the landlord. If you are buying the house from your landlord, it wouldn't be an issue. If you are moving to another house and leaving the landlord to find another tenant, it may not be okay with him. Some landlords are cool about it and will let you out of the lease, others will make you pay and could take you to court (they would win). The best thing to do is ask if you can pay for advertising to find a new tenant and be as helpful as you can to get a new person to rent that place.
i dont know call your realestate agent!
Im pretty sure you can in every state! But you have to pay a fee. For example, in Colorado if you break a lease, it is at least $200.
Can you break a lease when renting within 24 hours in virginia
That will be specified in the contract. If it is a lease, you may break the lease if the house is not livable, or by following the terms in the lease.
A lease is a contract. You have committed to it for the term of the lease. Buying a house doesn't excuse you from this contract. Try talking to your landlord and see if they will agree to an early termination.
The owner can sell a house under a lease, but the buyer must either honor the terms of the lease or make an offer to get the tenant to break the lease.
The House we are renting has scorpions all over it. what to do about breaking the lease
"Lease to own", Is when you lease a house with the intention to buy it for a discounted price after the lease is over.
Buy a house because house-selling is very low around this time and when your lease is up and you cannot find a house, what do you do?
He can't break the lease.
They can TERMINATE a lease, if the lessee is in violation of the lease.
Only as specified in the lease. A lease is meant to protect both you and the landlord, and is meant to be difficult to break.
Yes it is possibly to break the contract however you will most likely have to pay a penalty fee for breaking the contract.
Breaking a lease is, breaking a lease regardless of reason. Buying a home has nothing to do with renting the one you are in now. And if you do break a lease, according to your lease terms, your landlord could sue you for loss of revenue during the time the rental home is vacant and up to the time your lease would normally expire. There are certain exceptions to the rule of breaking a lease, but buying a home is not one of them.
My roommate will not agree for me to break the lease. She has insulted me doesn't pay bills on time and is emotionally draining on me. I want to break the lease but she will not let me break it what can i do?
after you buy a house how long do have to report a problem with the house and is the seller liable for the damage
if the landlord is not abiding by the lease you can take it to the county municipal office and legally break the lease as of the fee's i do not know
No. You mother's illness is not your landlord's fault.
If by that you mean can you break your lease to move into another property... you have to give a certain amount of time notice that you are moving. And if you do break the lease you may still have to pay rent for that place for the rest of the length of the lease.
The foreclosure sale will function to terminate the lease. However, until the foreclosure sale takes place, the owner is still the owner, and the lease remains in effect.
You can sublet only if lease allows.
No. the lease was probably backed by a bank or by the automaker.
A lease does not buy a home.
If you paid your rent late, he didn't break the lease - you did. He can now move to terminate the lease.