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Rental Basics in Hartford County : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Mar 16, 2013
Seth Winkleman answered:
I am going to need a bit more information to help. Email me SethWinkleman@PrudentialCT.com
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Tue Apr 10, 2012
Mike Cameron answered:
Assuming the lease is in writing, it remains in force regardless of who owns the property. You may want to be pro-active, if you were planning on renewing the lease, and find out the new owners plans i.e. are they planning to continue renting the property or buying for their own use. Either way they are required to honor the lease until it expires Your security deposit should also be passed from the current owner to the new owner. ... more
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Mon Nov 17, 2008
Derek Joyner answered:
This is tricky. I have heard a lot of stories like this and they always ended differently. I would start looking for her a place now. You need to talk to an attorney to see what your options are. The past cases for this have went in a lot of different directions. I have read about cases where the renter had rights and was handled with care. I have also read about cases where the renter was left out in the dry. Start finding her a place now so when push comes to shove you will not have to make a decision at the blink of an eye. Be proactive and not reactive. ... more
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