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By Homeless - / Wednesday 8 March 2017 14:00 /
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By  pettyjohn1995  |  13

It's not uncommon to show a house before you're sure on selling it. Getting a sense of interest in the property and getting an offer or two may help make up her mind. Also if you have a lease and she sells, you still have a valid lease and will get to keep living there until it expires.

By  TabooSushi  |  24

Better prepare yourself to move, start looking for places to live. I had a landlady do that to me once. She waffled around about selling, then with not even 30 days notice told us we had to get out cause she was "selling" the property... Turns out she just wanted to move her granddaughter and her family into the place instead. People are awful.

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By  pettyjohn1995  |  13

It's not uncommon to show a house before you're sure on selling it. Getting a sense of interest in the property and getting an offer or two may help make up her mind. Also if you have a lease and she sells, you still have a valid lease and will get to keep living there until it expires.

By  TabooSushi  |  24

Better prepare yourself to move, start looking for places to live. I had a landlady do that to me once. She waffled around about selling, then with not even 30 days notice told us we had to get out cause she was "selling" the property... Turns out she just wanted to move her granddaughter and her family into the place instead. People are awful.

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

I agree. If I were you I'd at least start looking for other options, see what's available and out there. Start thinking about if you move what things you don't need and either toss, sell, or give that away (cause chances are there's stuff you don't need whether you stay or go). Just think of it as a spring cleaning type thing. Better to be prepared and at least get your head around the possibility of moving than being totally blindsided and overwhelmed.

By  Ifuckedthefeartu  |  30

Unless you guys made an arrangement about this, she's breaking the lease, and maybe also the law. Anyway, you have the right to wait until the end of the lease. Don't listen to her otherwise

By  TeamD25  |  2

OP here! I read the FML thinking it seemed very similar to mine! Anywho, thanks for your support. It's a house, and I just rent a room with no contract, so nothing illegal. I've managed to find an apartment for sale just down the road from where I am now, and hoping to get the move completed soon. The landlady has actually sold this house, but hasn't told me yet. She's such a card! Anyway, fingers crossed I'm out soon, and not having to submit anymore FML's. Night!

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