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I signed a six month lease December 1, 2012. I was just notified verbally that the property management company no longer wishes to deal with the homeowner. I asked for the homeowner's information but was told it was against company policy to give it out. I haven't received anything in writing from anyone regarding where I stand in all this. Is my contract still in effect until the end of the six month lease?

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Your lease should still be valid (so long as you're not in default). My guess is that the property owner will be contacting you at some point soon. Be sure to continue to pay your rent as you always have until notified in writing to the contrary by someone authorized to do so.

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Mike Fortunato

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Very familiar with all aspects of property management (tenant/landlord issues, lease administration, facilities maintenance, financials, etc). 25+ years in property management

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I have been in real estate management for 25+ years, both residential and commercial properties. Currently own and operate a commercial and residential real estate management company in southern California.

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IREM; BOMA; MLS; National Association of Realtors; California Association of Realtors

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CPM (Certified Property Manager) and RPA (Real Property Administrator)

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