If the tenant wishes to continue after the expiry of the original contract, you have two options: you can offer him a new fixed-term contract or allow him to switch to a legal term lease. Both have pros and cons and what you use really depends on your circumstances and circumstances of your tenant. Hello, last year I decided to contact a property management company to take over part of my portfolio. What a mistake it was!! As far as one of my characteristics is concerned, there were only problems. One of the leases ended with his 6 months of contact – it ended 5 months ago. The tenant did not sign a new contract with the property management company because the fees were too expensive for her – I know it`s okay and it works like a periodic rental agreement which I am satisfied with because she wants to stay in the property. My problem now is that I want to resume running the property – the tenant is happy to sign one of my own contracts that I do not charge. My problem is that the property management company says I have to pay its management fees? During the rental period, they always lowered their fees as usual. Can my tenant sign my own contract and do I have to pay the fee?? Help In your case, your lease expires on September 1, after which the contract becomes a legal contract. I paid 400 pounds of bail to keep a double room for three weeks. If I move to my property, the owner says the deposit is ready and I paid just to keep the room and said I wouldn`t get any money back and said that if I wanted to give money for the deposit, I can give money for the down payment. When I started moving into the house, the rent was 400 pounds a day, when I pay the first rent, the landlord said it`s 430 pounds.,He said I can use the washing machine as much as I like it, but I can`t cook at night. When I first moved in, I was inconvenienced not to use the shower until 10pm because the owner and his wife are going to bed at 9.30pm and I can`t shower when they`re in the house.
Day, I can`t cook and I finish work at 8pm, but 6 hours kitchen owner, I can only use the washing machine once a week to wash clothes and cook only once a week. Everything was changed after I moved in,the landlord doesn`t want to give a receipt if you pay the rent in cash, he doesn`t want to give a bank account number to pay the rent, so I have to buy my own rental book and save the rent every month… I am now looking for a place for peace of mind, because it is terrible to live with a living owner who is 77 years old and his wife, who is 44 years old. I didn`t sign an agreement when I moved in, as much attention as I need to give living homeowners to move. I was treated and harassed unfairly by his mistress. I have no privacy cooking everything is a problem. Check your lease to see what it says about object visits. It should be noted that the owner or real estate agent must inform the owner before entering the property for a visit. If the agreement states that the lessor or broker can occur without notice, this could be an unfair clause. You should contact trading standards to get more information about abusive clauses in contracts. For example (this is my real example) when your rent started on August 29: if you decided to move, your landlord will probably want to put the property back on the market fairly quickly.
Many leases contain a clause that allows the lessor or broker to show potential tenants around the property as soon as it is on the market.