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We can no longer afford our rental unit and need to sell. It's currently under a lease.

and is being sub-let.  Can we, with notice to the tenants, enter the unit to show prospective buyers?

  • May 05 2011 - Woodridge
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Sometimes the tenant that is in the home would like to purchase it but doesnt have the total amount or enuff for a down payment. You could offer them a lease to purchase or owner financing on the home and our company would be able to buy the lease to purchase or owner financing and then you would get your lump sum payment all at once [Email deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines]
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Easiest way to keep everyone happy with this situation and have the place be as neat as possible is to explain the process to the tenant and give them $10 per showing if they allow it and keep it clean.
  • May 05 2011
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Probably, but read the lease! You usually must give certain notice and should not show it at odd times of the day, but just read the lease.
  • May 05 2011
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your state landlord/tenant guidelines will have information on how much advanced noticed is required by the landlord to enter for non-emergency issues.   Usually it is either 24 or 48 h.

  • May 05 2011
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