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Rental Basics in Cambridge : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Jun 2, 2012
Lilia Gouarian answered:
Dear Paola, the price is very rarely negotiable. There is no need for the LL to compromise. The inventory is low, so the answer on your lower offer will be NO. Guaranteed. Unless there is a reason to negotiate. Please call me for a specific question and I'll get you an answer. There are too many people who want to live in Cambridge and not enough inventory. Lilia, 617-901-7413. ... more
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Sat Jun 2, 2012
Mathew Ames answered:
Simply email me :) I'll do all the work.
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Tue Mar 17, 2009
Kevin Vitali answered:
Technically you are responsible for the lease. With that said will they sue you for the balance... maybe, maybe not. Sometimes there iare provisions in the lease for breaking the lease after certain time periods. You should reread your lease and see what it says.

Best thing to do is to talk to the landlord and reach some sort of compromise. Explain your position, but also realize you did sign a lease and he might be able to hold you responsible. I have fount most landlords will work with the tenant if they are honest, upfront and willing to compromise. Good luck!!
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