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Rental Basics in Union City : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 6, 2012
Marlisdunnusa asked:
What is the legal rental increase allowed? How much notice is required? How much time is allowed for the renter to vacate if they can not afford the increase?
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Wed Sep 11, 2013
Daniel Alvarez answered:
At the end of the lease term, tenancy automatically reverts to what is known as "month to month". This means that at any point the landlord may ask the tenant to move (landlord MUST give 30 days notice). Rent control laws do not apply in this case, as the owner is occupying a 3 family dwelling, which basically means he or she can refuse to rent or renew leases without giving any reason(s) for that decision. No lease = no contractual obligations. ... more
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Sun Aug 6, 2017
Jennifer Blanchard answered:
Hello M. There is not max on the rent; but a landlord in NJ cannot require more than one and a half month rent for security deposit. They also can require one month rent up front when the lease is signed.

good luck!

jennifer
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