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Postby Obi-dan » Tue Apr 22, 2014 11:14 am

Hey, Congrats on the upcoming purchase! I hope all goes smoothly and as pain free as possible. Good for you.
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Postby JoDa » Wed Apr 23, 2014 9:17 pm

I'm probably not supposed to say this as a landlord, but almost everywhere, if you give notice that you're moving out early, the landlord must "mitigate their damages" by trying to get another tenant. Now, if your lease has early termination fees spelled out (usually one or two months' rent), then you're probably on the hook for that, but if it doesn't specify, they can only charge you rent until they find someone to take the place. Regardless, you pay your mortgage upfront for the first month, so you can close as early as September 1 and not pay double.
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