Front Range Real Estate, Ltd.
Prudential Real Estate of the Rockies
When I first moved to Colorado my wife and I were renting a house. The owners went through a divorce and needed to sell the house we were living in - unfortunately at that time, we were on a month to month lease and a three week old baby. It was very difficult, several people were showing our house each day. We ended up buying a house even though we weren't quite ready yet.
It is tough and just something you have to deal with. One of the benefits of owning vs renting is the stability (payment stays the same and nobody can kick you out at the end of the lease).
Now, I don't know how there's a "hidden" portion of the lease, but if you signed the lease, and that provision is in the lease, you must abide by it. This is a major reason you always want to read the whole contract of anything you sign.
Best of luck to you, I hope you get a nice landlord!