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Options for Month to Month Rentals?

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Options for Month to Month Rentals?

I sold my condo a few months ago and need to move out by by the end of November. Haven't been able to purchase another suitable property so far, but am still actively looking. I don't want to lock myself into a 1 year lease as I expect to have found another property by then.

So far I have looked on Kijiji for lease takeovers and Airbnb for monthly rentals. Are there any other options I should be considering?

Thanks,
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Dk28 wrote: I sold my condo a few months ago and need to move out by by the end of November. Haven't been able to purchase another suitable property so far, but am still actively looking. I don't want to lock myself into a 1 year lease as I expect to have found another property by then.

So far I have looked on Kijiji for lease takeovers and Airbnb for monthly rentals. Are there any other options I should be considering?

Thanks,
**** over the seller and just squat in your condo Face With Tears Of Joy


If you are in Ontario you’ll probably come out way ahead
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May 19, 2008
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lolbeast wrote: **** over the seller and just squat in your condo Face With Tears Of Joy


If you are in Ontario you’ll probably come out way ahead
lol no way I want the sale to go through. Plus I'm an honest guy Winking Face
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lolbeast wrote: **** over the seller and just squat in your condo Face With Tears Of Joy


If you are in Ontario you’ll probably come out way ahead
Except he won't get the money for closing and/or get charged with trespassing

In Ontario, trespassing is still illegal
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Just sign a one year lease. When it comes time to move, just offer a couple hundred extra bucks for the trouble of finding them a new tenant.

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