Our lease expires at the end of September. I have requested to re-sign another lease, but haven't heard back. What time frame do they have to give us?

Asked by Jane mcguire, Broomfield, CO Thu Aug 29, 2013

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Bev West, Agent, Greeley, CO
Tue Sep 24, 2013
A lot of leases automatically go month-to-month after the lease has been completed. Definitely follow up with your landlord because rentals are very limited right now.
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Robert McGui…, Agent, Denver, CO
Sat Aug 31, 2013
Jmmcg,

As noted, check the language in your lease as to the time you must give notice. Be persistent, time is nt on your side if you will need to move. The Denver area rental market is very tight right now. You may have a provision in your lease to go month to month at the same terms until you a new lease in place. Good luck in getting this worked out.


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Your Castle Real Estate
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Maria Cipoll…, Agent, Coral Springs, FL
Thu Aug 29, 2013
Review your lease agreement and see if anything there indicating the time that you supposed to notify the landlord your decision to renew or terminate the existing lease.
Keep calling him until you know for sure what the plans are for the property.

Best of Luck,

Maria Cipollone

http://www.Flahomespecialist.com
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Sherry Cree, Agent, Thornton, CO
Thu Aug 29, 2013
If the lease expires and the landlord wants to terminate, he doesn't need to give you any notice. However, it is normally communicated to the tenant. 30 days notice is very common but your lease agreement should indicate how long. Many lease agreement says, "it will automatically be renewed as month to month after lease term expires if neither side gives notice." So I would recommend referring to your lease agreement. If you haven't heard back from your landlord, try following up via e-mail and phone call.
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Cory Fitzsim…, Agent, Golden, CO
Thu Aug 29, 2013
Read your current lease. It is up to the landlord if they want to sign another lease. Good luck.
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