You may want to notify your tenants for a couple of reasons. First, you would want to know why strangers are coming to where you are living, possibly peeking around. Secondly, if you inform your tenant they might be a bit more cooperative with the buyers. These future buyers may want to re-rent the property but if not, you will have to give notice to the tenant to vacate. If they are informed it will make things much easier for you in the long run, law or no law.
Please call me if you would like to find a realtor that similar insight that is in your area. Again, it's better to have people working with you not against you! You always want your property transactions to smooth and painless. My cell phone number is: 925-628-9100
All my best,
Lillie Missbrenner, Realtor DRE:01711589
Certified Distressed Property - CDPE
Short Sale & Foreclosure Specialist - SFR
Certified HAFA Specialist - CHS
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Better Homes and Garden (Previously Prudential California Realty/Mason McDuffie)
I would ammend it by saying that with the Tenants Rights Bill of 2009, (Pres. Obama), if the Tenant has a LEASE, it must be honored by the new owner.
Lillie's reasoning is spot-on!
Good luck and may God bless
Being a renter is a pain. The landlord can kick you out for any reason with a 30 day notice. The good news is that you can buy for less than the cost of renting. Don't believe me give me a call I will go over the numbers with you. Click on my picture to contact me.
I always recommend to my renters they check out any address prior to signing a lease. The five minutes that it takes to verify can lead to days and months of peace.
Good luck to you.