Check your contract. If he is the one who is terminating, he should pay in lieu for the number of months (if it is stated). Ask him what will happen to your deposit in this case.alkion77 wrote:Hi Guys
I need some advise for my situation.
Currently I'm staying condo and recently this unit was sold.
So new landlord asked me whether I can move out early (8 months earlier).
He told me surely he can't force me to move out but ask me to consider.
Then he will pay moving cost.
Is this fair?
Simply think, if I want to move out earlier then definitely my deposit will be gone so do I need to ask more compensation?
Please share ur opinion. thanks!
+1 to this.Wd40 wrote:Rents are down a lot at the moment compared to even 6 months ago. I just saw ads for Melville park 2 bed condo going for 2.5k, during the hay days it used to go for 2.9k minimum and upto 3.2k.
If I were you I would take this opportunity to sign a new lease and take advantage of the lower rent situation. Ofcourse, I wont tell the landlord that, I will expect him to let me stay for free for 2 months and also return my deposit. Fair enough. Win Win situation!
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