Tenant occupied

There comes a time (or two-hundred) in the life of every listing agent when they are asked to list a home, condo, or townhouse that is occupied by a tenant paying rent to live there. Many that rent a property owned by a person, versus an investor or management company, know that at some point the owner may choose to sell and they will have to move out once the lease concludes or upon receiving proper notice; however, once in a while an agent encounters a tenant that appears to have no intention of moving out. Ever. And this can contribute to a variety of complications and challenges when it comes to completing a sale of the property

On the purchase side of the equation, a buyer and their agent may be mindful of certain red flags that hint to potential purchase difficulties regarding these situations down the road. They should not ignore them, but rather they should address them directly if a buyer is interested in such a place.

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About Melissa Higgins
Client-centered realtor to assist with renting, buying, and selling needs. I work for BHG / The Masiello Group which has a wide range of services to assist in allowing me to help you realize your real estate goals. I serve all of Southern New Hampshire, including Nashua, Merrimack, Bedford, Manchester, Hooksett, Milford, Hollis, Pelham, Brookline, and many others. Contact me to talk about how I may help you.

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