Q: If the property is sold before my lease ends, do I have to move-out early?
A: No. The lease is a legal contract. You do not have to move-out early.
Q: Do I have to allow showings while I live at the property?
A: Yes, as long as you are given at least 24 hours notice, you are required to provide access during reasonable times.
Q: I don't want to live in a home for sale, can I move-out early?
A: Unless you and the owner reach an agreement to end the lease early, any departure before your lease end date would be considered a "lease break". Please contact your property manager if you are interested in breaking your lease so they can discuss the cost associated with this and your responsibilities.
Q: Does the landlord have to provide me additional compensation for my trouble?
A: They do not. You can request this, but there is no guarantee additional compensation will be provided.
Q: What happens if the property is sold during my tenancy, who will be my landlord?
A: The new owner would take over management of your lease unless Sleep Sound Property Management, Inc. was retained by the new owner to continue to manage the property.