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Re: Cost of rerenting on broken lease by Garry (Iowa) on February 28, 2018 @23:22

                              
Could you give us some more info? Where do you live, and where is your rental? What might it cost for airfare, a rental car, and hotel lodging? Is there a management company in the town where your rental is, and if so, have you checked out their prices to take over management of your rental? In general, what does your re-renting clause say?
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Re: Cost of rerenting on broken lease by Anonymous on March 1, 2018 @10:47 [ Reply ]
I live in Texas and the Rental is in Illinois. I was very thrifty with airfare, car and accomodations at family. Round Trip airfare $91, Car for a day $40, Gas $38. I am between jobs myself so decided to do it myself as usual. I prefer to inspect myself and get it very nice for rerenting. I can hire in future but it is a cost of a months rent which is $1590. In the future, I have a move out early charge clause instead. Here's the rerent clause in short. I suppose I didn't say travel expenses specifically.

25. DEFAULT ..large paragraph removed here.... Tenant shall be responsible for Owner's cost of re-renting. Owner's cost shall include the cost of repairs, decorations, broker's fees, attorney's fees, advertising and preparation for renting.
Re: Cost of rerenting on broken lease by Moe (Illinois) on March 1, 2018 @10:48 [ Reply ]
I live in Texas and the Rental is in Illinois. I was very thrifty with airfare, car and accomodations at family. Round Trip airfare $91, Car for a day $40, Gas $38. I am between jobs myself so decided to do it myself as usual. I prefer to inspect myself and get it very nice for rerenting. I can hire in future but it is a cost of a months rent which is $1590. In the future, I have a move out early charge clause instead. Here's the rerent clause in short. I suppose I didn't say travel expenses specifically.

25. DEFAULT ..large paragraph removed here.... Tenant shall be responsible for Owner's cost of re-renting. Owner's cost shall include the cost of repairs, decorations, broker's fees, attorney's fees, advertising and preparation for renting.

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