I like the first answer too. 1)Tenant may also not be a specialist in leasing nor have the time 2)The landlord would have to pay another agent a fee if the tenant left
I recently spoke with someone who was going to buy and then resigned the lease where they were . This was a residential acquaintance. I asked her one simple question, did you put in the lease that if you found a place to buy, that you could get out of the lease. She repsonded no. It was worth her while to have a better written lease to give her the flexibility on that point and others and was worth the investment of the professional to help her on that point and others.
Jul 13, 2011