If you have no signed lease for the next year you are under no contractual obligation. The minute the last lease expired you were out of contract and can do what you need to do. Usually there is even an agreement for month to month renters, it is always the best option, as verbal agreements can be easily questioned in court and are vague. If you want to stay, I would recommend that you sign the new lease for the next year, if you do not, she can give you notice anytime she wants to ask you to leave. If you like renting month to month then draw up a document that states that, and have both signatures on it. If you want to move due to rent increase, then you are currently free to do so.
by novastarbanker - 10 hours ago
month to month. To change your month to month tenancy in accordance to your state's Landlord Tenant Act you will have to have a writing. Buena Suerte
by newmexicorealestateforms - 10 hours ago
You are now legally month to month and she can raise your rent every 35 days.....move or sign would be your best interest
by sunbun - 10 hours ago
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