THEY CAN SELL A HOME WITH RENTERS STILL LIVING IN IT ??????

Asked by alldayjuiced20, Terra Bella, CA Thu Mar 28, 2013

CAN THEY SELL THE HOUSE WITH RENTERS STILL IN IT

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Laura Feghali, Agent, Stamford, CT
Thu Mar 28, 2013
Hi,
Yes, it happens all the time. The new owners must honor the lease period of the tenants. The lease term should be disclosed to the buyer before they purchase the property.

Best wishes!

Laura Feghali
Prudential Connecticut Realty
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Lonneviklonny, Home Buyer, Springville, CA
Tue May 21, 2013
Noticed bank foreclosures on trulia. No data was included. No address, description , how to get? Is this omitted for security reasons?
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Lance King, Agent, San Francisco, CA
Thu Mar 28, 2013
Anyone can sell their property regardless of who is living in it, but they still have to abide by tenant-landlord regulations in the area.

Best Regards,

Lance R. King
Founder-Managing Broker
King Realty Group

415.722.5549
lance@king-realtygroup.com
License# 01384425
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Cindy Davis, Agent, San Diego, CA
Thu Mar 28, 2013
Absolutely- it's quite common!
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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Thu Mar 28, 2013
Absolutely!

But if the new owners are purchasing it to rent....you could still be OK, so don't panic yet!

Bill
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Tim Moore, Agent, Kitty Hawk, NC
Thu Mar 28, 2013
YES THEY CAN, but the lease lives on. Hopefully you have a lease, if not they can make you get out.
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The Medford…, Agent, Fremont, CA
Thu Mar 28, 2013
Yes, it happens all the time. To really help us answer this question effectively, we need to know if you are a seller, a buyer, or the renter.
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Scott Godzyk, Agent, Manchester, NH
Thu Mar 28, 2013
They sure can, to sell it is one thing for someone to actually buy it is another. The 3 top reasons are it is an investment property and they are looking for another investor. Second is they will have to have the tenant move out prior to sale or it could be bank owned and they are selling it as is with the occupant for the buyer to deal with it. Your agent should be able to find out the reasonm on the house you are inquiring and any reasons why.
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