Can a tenant buy the landlord’s property at the end of lease?

/Can a tenant buy the landlord’s property at the end of lease?

Can a tenant buy the landlord’s property at the end of lease?

As long as both parties agree to this arrangement, it is possible for a tenant to buy the landlord’s property. Brokerage fees may be required to be paid by tenants living in rental homes or condos, if this was indicated in the original listing agreement for lease. A tenant may be able to purchase landlord’s property through the lease to buy option.

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