my friend and i are living in a rental home and we only have 21 days till the lease is up and we have told the landlord that we are not staying because the rent is 820 for a one bedroom. When he found out that we were not staying he gave us a 30 day move out notice. He just called and said that he had posted it for rent and that he has people calling about it and if there is someone wanting to look at it he has the right to show it..
The answer should be detailed in your lease. Typically the landlord has the right to show it to prospective renters. 24 hours notice is usually sufficient.
Your lease agreement should govern what type of notice is required prior to the landlord's entry. He does have the right to show the property. You have the right to remain inside while he is showing the property so long as you do not interfere with him showing the property. Normally, 24 hour written notice is required for landlord entry absent an emergency however, your lease should specify what type of notice of entry is required.
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