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Re: Timeframe between current tenant and new tenant
on June 15, 2012 @14:56
Thanks everyone for the responses...do appreciate it tons..
I decided for now, to write her an email with the update..here is what I sent her:
Hi [future tenants name]"
How are you? Hope you're enjoying this great weather!
I have great news - I did speak to my current tenant and she has confirmed that she will be selling some furniture in the apartment, so she has promised to email me a detailed list of what she is selling, prices, etc.
I will email that over to you when I receive it.
She also confirmed that she has already placed a deposit down for her new apartment, the only concern is that the place she is moving to is an apartment where the tenants living there are closing on a house ON July 15th. While she will have moved out by her end lease date of July 31st, she does NOT know whether she can get her stuff out before that day. She is eager to move in by July 25th, if its possible, but it is all dependent on whether the people who live in her future apartment can close in mid July. If they close later in the month, she can't move in until they move out..
So that is where we are now - I can promise a full refund of the $ ___deposit you pay from now until we sign the lease (on or about the week of July 22-29th). I am sure I will know more once she lets me know if this closing is going forward on 7/15. Unfortunately, I can't promise a July
July 30th date because its dependent on when her future apt becomes vacant as well.
Erica - LL
I want to not lose this tenant, it took me 2 months to find her. She is more qualified than my CURRENT tenant by leaps and bounds (career in law enforcement, 800 FICO, great references, etc). I am just concerned she will bail out because the unit wont be ready by July 31st. She doesnt care so much about cleaning, etc. I told her I would be happy to do all that work the first week of August anyway (and she has no problem with it either).
I am just hoping for the best...
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