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Calpol4life wrote: »
Unless there are typos, isn’t this moving the completion date by just one day?
If so, it’s abit of an overreaction imo.
AnotherJoe wrote: »
No, it's much more than moving the completion date.
Its reducing the time between getting a vacant property , exchanging (in that order) and completion from a manageable week, to all on the same day. Which is very risky and worst case if the tenant reneges leaves the OP being a LL with nowhere to live. So not an overreaction at all
deannatrois wrote: »
The only useful time to do an inspection is after the tenant has left. There is no point to an inspection now, before she has left.
I doubly reinforce the point others have made. Please don't go to speak to the tenant. You won't help yourself and could so easily say the wrong thing (obviously you have some anger, and surprise at this development, that understandable but not helpful if it comes out if the tenant tells you rudely where to go, she has to make sure she has somewhere to live).
Leave it for now. You aren't the owner. There's nothing helpful you can do. There's so much you could do to mess the process up.
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