If you are a month-to-month tenant, Fannie Mae may terminate your tenancy without reasons but is required to serve you with a 90-day notice of termination.
But the law only applies if you're bona fide tenant which means the rent you're paying must not be substantially lower than the fair market rent. The statute is silent as to what it really means for the rent to be substantially lower than fair market rent. So there's always room for argument and negotiation of course.
from outsiders who do not have an intimate knowledge of the circumstances,
would be unwise.
For something as important as your home; I would suggest contacting Fannie Mae.
Obama passed the Tenant Protection Act which is very protective of you.
Good luck and may God bless