Sign Up
OpenVegas helps you connect and share with the people in your life.
Last Threads from Forums
Question about website...
by cheaphotels
In : Las Vegas Deals
Posted on: 8-31-14 8:27 am

by PressReleases
In : Cannery Casino
Posted on: 8-30-14 9:32 am

PR: Let's Hear It For...
by PressReleases
In : Bally's Las Vegas
Posted on: 8-28-14 2:26 pm

by PressReleases
In : Mandalay Bay
Posted on: 8-27-14 6:06 pm

by PressReleases
In : MGM Grand
Posted on: 8-27-14 2:41 pm

PR: The Osmonds Bring...
by PressReleases
In : Suncoast
Posted on: 8-27-14 2:36 pm

PR: Jim Belushi & The...
by PressReleases
In : Orleans
Posted on: 8-27-14 11:10 am

PR: Disney Live! Mickeys...
by PressReleases
In : Orleans
Posted on: 8-26-14 10:32 am

PR: Earl Turner Returns...
by PressReleases
In : Suncoast
Posted on: 8-26-14 10:11 am

plenty of great coupons...
by spoogy1
In : Las Vegas Coupon Exchange
Posted on: 8-24-14 4:19 pm

Excludes Las Vegas News, Las Vegas Press Releases and Test Posts

Rental Lease Question

From: rb702

I was wondering if anybody might know about rental agreements. I found a rental house and signed a lease with an agent the first week of April. I put down the majority of the deposit which was agreed to and the amount I put down was put in the lease as well as the amount due on the 1st of May when moving in. The check for the deposit has been cashed. About a week ago I received a call from the agent telling me the owner has changed property management and he would send me a paper to sign releasing my deposit to the new management. I was also told the new management was going to call me and introduce themselves. I did not receive the paper nor the call. After a couple days I called the agent I signed with and he was stumped on why the new people did not call me. Something told me to look online and lo and behold the house was posted on the 19th as being for rent at $50 higher per month than my lease specifies. Can an owner change property management after a lease has been signed and void the lease? I thought that the lease is legal and binding. What can I do when the move-in date is basically one week away?
All times are GMT -7. The time now is 2:00 pm.