5 year contract
Tenancy Types and Management

jay b
jay b
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13 years ago
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I have a tenant who wishes us to draw up a 5 year contract, I have no intention fo selling this property but am I right to be cautious about giving such a long contract. The rent is relatively cheap and so am wondering if the tenant is trying to be clever and keep his rent low for the next 5 years.

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