Longer-term rent may be advantageous for some homeowners, as they expect rents to fall in times of low rental demand; it protects your rent level for a longer period of time. Conversely, a long-term fixed term means that your rent could lag behind the market if rents go up. If you present yourself as a long-term viable, you can win a long-term tenant. That`s definitely still my goal. Long-term tenants mean less chance of having costly gaps and a greater likelihood that you will not get a tenant who does not pay the rent. Some people might ring the agent, but I would first take a look at the property, if someone is there, imagine, gets his name, then asks if they had an article, they ask them in passing when they moved in. If no one has yet moved in, you might try to ask the agent that you saw it and you noticed the sign and ask if it`s final, they signed an agreement when they moved in. Ask as if you were interested in a rental. My landlord insists on a 30-month lease without breaks, okay? 2 months OF NOTICE simply means that if you are allowed to walk (by other clauses) you have an obligation to do two months of termination, but as I have already said, if the contract expires in 2 months anyway, this is only a clause of hope. 7.9 Rental Right Clause 7.9.1 In the event that the tenant wishes to terminate the rental agreement established here or after the expiry of the first six months, he must inform the landlord of this wish in writing at least one month in advance and pay the rent and respect and respect the agreements and obligations of the tenants.

Your rental agreement and the original IP must have the information provided by the owner if you cannot request it and if the broker does not provide it, you have the right to temporarily withhold the rent until its date. 7.9.2 If the lessor wishes to terminate the lease established here, or at any time after the first semester expires, the landlord must inform the tenant in writing, no later than two months in advance, that he extinguishes the resulting tenancy agreement and that it is void. You cannot increase the rent during a temporary rent, unless you have already agreed with the tenant in the tenancy agreement. It is important that you contact your client before the fixed deadline, so that they can decide whether they want to stay or move. If you appoint a landlord, they can negotiate rent increases on your behalf.