does the landlord have to turnover any rent to the new owner?

Asked by Bshenita, 60406 Wed Jul 13, 2011

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Ranj Mohip, Other Pro, Chicago, IL
Thu Jul 14, 2011
Yes. The landlord/old owner will have to turn over unused rent and the security deposit plus interest to the new owner. Unused rent would be this: July rent was paid and you are closing on July 15. Rent from July 1-15 belongs to the landlord/old owner and the remainder goes to the new owner. Your attorney should take care of this and your lender should know about it so there are no surprises at the closing.

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