How can i break a lease when i was miss lead by my realtor and owner on the actual price of my rent. Because they knew that i wasnt going to pay over

Asked by Ghandsmassage, Philadelphia, PA Fri Oct 25, 2013

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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Fri Oct 25, 2013
Not sure why the lease was signed to begin with if the agreed price did not match the document; however review the agreement as the answer lies within the document, or consider consulting with an attorney who specializes in real estate.
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Christopher…, Agent, Tarrytown, NY
Mon Oct 28, 2013
Typically, You review a lease before signing so you may not have any grounds for recourse...

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Sheri Curci, Agent, Newtown, PA
Mon Oct 28, 2013
It all depends what type of problem you are having with your current terms. It can be complicated. The best advise would be to have an attorney review the terms and explain how you were mislead.
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Philip J. Cu…, Agent, Feasterville, PA
Sun Oct 27, 2013
I do't take nor give legal advise on line since I'm not a lawyer With that being said you can contact three groupes first Turn at 21 south 12th St Philadelphia,PA 19107 215-940-3900 the PA Attorney General's Office or last Pa Real Estate Commission and if you have extra cash you can pay an Attorney. If I can be of an help please call me in my office 215-725-5700 X49

Philip Cunningham
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7942 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia,PA 19152
215-725-5700 X49 cell 267-934-1971
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Anne Meczywor, Agent, Lenox, MA
Fri Oct 25, 2013
Was your agent a Realtor, or a licensed real estate agent? If this person was a Realtor, a member of the National Association of Realtors, there is a very strict Code of Ethics to which they must adhere. If you feel that you were mislead, please contact your local Board of Realtors and let them know. If the agent is a Realtor, they will help you file a grievance, which will be reviewed by a panel to determine if there is grounds to to proceed to a hearing. It is essential to hold a professional accountable, and you are likely to find your local association takes consumer complaints very, VERY seriously.

If, however, the agent was NOT a Realtor, then you might want to report their actions to the state board of professional licensure.
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Richard Frey, Agent, Philadelphia, PA
Fri Oct 25, 2013
What does the lease say you are expected to pay over the entire period?
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David Siegel, Agent, Philadelphia, PA
Fri Oct 25, 2013
File a lawsuit either pro se, on yiur own behalf, or hire a lawyer.
Identify the issues in a coherent logical fashion. You do not deserve to be deceived by your realtor and owner. There are federal and state laws designed to protect you the consumer.
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Alan May, Agent, Evanston, IL
Fri Oct 25, 2013
Did you sign the lease?? Was the price per month listed on the lease that you signed?? That was your opportunity to break the lease (or simply not agree to sign it).
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