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    Default Do they have to give you that option?

    So our lease is coming to a end.. We are thinking 6months more.. But do the realesate have to give u that option? Or can they say only 12months?
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    Unfortunately the can say only 12 months.

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    After your lease runs out you can just live there.. that's what my ex and I did. We didn't renew the least we just stayed there. They can give you the option of 6 months or 12 months. It's up to the owners what they want.

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    I once did month to month for about 8months after my lease was up. But still had to give a months notice when vacating.

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    Its up to the landlord and the real estate. Just ask for however long you want and see. I'm sure it will be fine as it is a lot more difficult for them to say no and have to find new tenants if you decide to leave

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    Landlords choice,

    My choice was 12 month lease or 2 weeks to leave,

    My house was sold and my new landlord does not wish to use a lease.

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    It's up to the owner. If you have a nice one they will be willing to negotiate with you.
    I think the offer of 6 month leases is becoming more common so they can up the rent twice a year.

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