Paying rent does not give you any ownership rights or a right to purchase the unit. You do not get any type of credit for your rent payments unless there was a purchase option or other contractual arrangement. A regular lease just gives you a place to live as long as you pay the rent.
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other than trying to negotiate a lower price by applying rent payments and the good graces of the landlord without some document in writing allowing you to apply payments to a purchase price i dont believe you really have any rights.you paid for the privelege to live there and you received what you bargained for.
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You have no ownership rights to the property.
You can live out your current lease and then move if
you believe the rent amount is not fair.
You can discuss building in a purchase option in the