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Geo, Renter in Tomball, TX

broke my lease realtor was ok she even gave us a good ref for our new house she still has not put the rental back on the market what can i do

Asked by Geo, Tomball, TX Thu Mar 10, 2011

we have 3 months left on our lease and told the realtor that we understand we have to pay until the house is leased but she hasent even tried to lease it what can i do what are my rights the realtor acts as landlord for home owner

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Lynn911.com Dallas Realtor’s answer
Refer to the rental agreement signed which governs what can or can't take place.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 16, 2011
How long has it been since you moved out? Usually it takes a week to get a property cleaned & presentable to start showing to perspective tenants. Also it could be that the property is listed, but the Realtor(R) didn't place a 'for lease' sign on the front yard. Have you tried calling the Realtor(R) and asking if the property is listed for lease? I would then follow up with a letter (emailed or faxed). Then if it's still not listed 'for lease', contact the Broker's office & talk to the broker and/or team leader.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Mar 16, 2011
Contact the broker or office manager.
Put your thoughts in writing.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 10, 2011
Bruce Lynn, Real Estate Pro in Coppell, TX
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What has the agent said as far as to why the home is not back on the market for lease? As Bruce said I would contact that agents broker immediately to get an answer if you are not getting one from the other agent.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Mar 10, 2011
Contact the agents broker and demand a responce in writting from them. This may be the quickest and cheapest way to get the agent to do the proper thing. Then if that does not work you may have to talk to an attorney.

best of luck .. Bruce
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