No, highly recommended, no. Yes. Try flatsharing services, like this site (see "room rental" on the top of the page or ..sg). Do NOT post here in the forums.sk11 wrote: Do I need to go through her? Can I find a replacement on my own? If so what would be the best place to look for a replacement.
[/code][/quote]sk11 wrote:Sorry I may be asking dumb question. As I am fairly new in Singapore not sure how to go about this situation
1. Till date I never had any verbal or F2F conversation with the Land Lord. In fact I haven't even seen him. All transaction has been through the agents ( Landlord's and mine). So in this situation can I just start finding a replacement on my own?
2. If I find a replacement, then without the agent how would I go about closing the deal? The new person needs to deal with the landlord is that correct?
3. Worst case if the land lord does not agree, and I do have to pay 4 months rent, am I still eligible to get a personal loan say from DBS? Is there any rule that I can't apply for loan after tendering my resignation?
I believe the LL has to have a good reason to reject such offer. Say you found a replacement now so there should be no disruption in the payments etc. I would expect the LL may demand zero to $S200 maximum compensation for the "inconvenience" and that's probably it. Your problem is that you are going to leave the country and you'll have no effective means to defend yourself if the LL decides to keep your deposit.sk11 wrote:3. Worst case if the land lord does not agree..
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