building for sale
The San Francisco Rent Board has always been careful to consider the question of return on investment when establishing guidelines to deal with rent increases.
Selling the house devoid of tenants is ideal for for staging and marketing it for maximum profit.
The forms you described are legally characterized as “estoppel certificates.” Estoppel is the fancy legal term for preventing a person from asserting a fact or a claim inconsistent with a position they previously maintained.
Our building is being sold. We have not been given notice to vacate yet, but anticipate that it will be sold pretty quickly. We are trying to figure out if we would be given relocation benefits.
The document you are describing sounds like an estoppel certificate, a tenant questionnaire designed to collect information to present to a potential buyer of the property.
I received a call today from the investment partner that they intended to sell both the units and would offer me first and last months rent to help me move out.
What are my tenant rights in San Francisco when the building goes up for sale?