Also suggest you ask whether the landlord has intentions to sell. Many properties that do not sell become rentals but if the real intention of the seller is to sell, you may find yourself facing that in short order. Also, here in NJ, be sure to request a copy of the Truth in Renting publication from the NJ Dept of Community Affairs. This is most often provided after signing but since it provides an explanation of tenant and landlord rights, good to see it as early in the process as possible --- for both tenants and landlors.
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