OK so this morning I found out my apartment complex is going under new management and that our rent is going to go up by 150 dollars!?

Weve lived here for a little over a year now, and honestly its a shitty apartment. We were planning on moving when our lease was up in march. But now that their going under new management and trying to charge more for a **** hole, we wanna move asap! I was wondering if an apartment if uping their rent, do we have a

Weve lived here for a little over a year now, and honestly its a shitty apartment. We were planning on moving when our lease was up in march. But now that their going under new management and trying to charge more for a **** hole, we wanna move asap! I was wondering if an apartment if uping their rent, do we have a choice to get out of our lease with out having to pay? Since the lease we signed was for a different price? Any help would be great!

Other answer:

TheCupcakeDame:
In your statement you indicated you had been living in your rental unit for a little over a year. Unless you signed a new lease, your lease has expired and you are currently on a month to month tenancy.

Since you are currently on a month to month tenancy the landlord old or new is able to increase your rent with the proper notice,normally 30 days in advance of the rent increase.

You are not able to get out of your lease because of an increase in the rent. Did you think the rent would remain the same for the entire time you would stay in the apartment.

Since you are no longer on a lease agreement, normally all you would need to do is provide your landlord with a 30 day written notice that you would be leaving the rental.If you provide you landlord the proper written notice, you would not be charged.

If your rental unit is in need of repair or there is damage caused by you, in the rental unit, these repairs and damage would be deducted from your deposit.

It never cease to amaze me that when you rented this place if was not a shitty apartment. Now that the landlord want to increase the rent is now shitty. Apparently the rent you were required to pay was in your price range and you were pleased with the apartment at that time.

I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck.

"FIGHT ON"

real estate guy:
if the current lease hasn't expired, then you DO NOT HAVE to pay the new rent. However, NOR can you just move. Leases run with the property, NOT the owner.

Your post doesn't make sense. Usually leases run for a year. You said you have already lived there for over a year, but it doesn't expire until March?

If you are on a month to month lease, or the first lease expired and you then went month to month, all you have to do is give 30 days written notice (or whatever was in the first lease, which could be more then 30 days). The 30 days starts on the first day of the following month.

R P:
The new management has to honor your existing lease until it expires. If you are planning on moving at the end of your lease, be sure to give proper written notice so that you don't get stuck having to pay an additional month's rent.
Denise:
actually they obviously are not accepting the current leases in the change of ownership, if you have a lease that cannot be changed until the lease expires with both the old and the new management
you are free to move out without penalties if you are not shalling to accept the new terms
Nicole:
actually they obviously are not accepting the current leases in the change of ownership, if you have a lease that cannot be changed until the lease expires with both the old and the new management
you are free to move out without penalties if you are not shalling to accept the new terms
April:
actually they obviously are not accepting the current leases in the change of ownership, if you have a lease that cannot be changed until the lease expires with both the old and the new management
you are free to move out without penalties if you are not shalling to accept the new terms
Jennifer:
actually they obviously are not accepting the current leases in the change of ownership, if you have a lease that cannot be changed until the lease expires with both the old and the new management
you are free to move out without penalties if you are not shalling to accept the new terms
Landlord2005:
No a change in management will not get you out of a lease. If you have a current lease it is illegal for theme to raise the rent until it expires.
Valerie:
actually they obviously are not accepting the current leases in the change of ownership, if you have a lease that cannot be changed until the lease expires with both the old and the new management
you are free to move out without penalties if you are not shalling to accept the new terms
Palmer:
actually they obviously are not accepting the current leases in the change of ownership, if you have a lease that cannot be changed until the lease expires with both the old and the new management
you are free to move out without penalties if you are not shalling to accept the new terms

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