Can a landlord enter the building without the tenant present to show property to lease it?

In Leasing Property - Asked by Anke l. - Aug 29, 2017
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Samantha .
Broker/Agent
Union, NJ

The terms of the lease and advanced notice provided to the tenant is the determining factor

Aug 29, 2017
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Penny C.
Broker/Agent
Bethpage, TN

Yes

Aug 30, 2017
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Mary G.
Broker/Agent
Wayne, PA

As long as the tenant was given advance notice as per the terms of the lease (normally 24 hours) they yes, a landlord has the right to enter the property.

Aug 30, 2017
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Harold A.
Broker/Agent
Cartersburg, IN

IT would be in the lease....

Aug 30, 2017
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