Is there anyway to legally negotiate a lease without having to take someone through court. I want to do owner occupied, but I already have an accepted offer.
The seller is doing a 1031 exchange if that gives me any leverage at all.
Huh? What are you trying to do?
One normally (99.999% of the time) does NOT negotiate a lease in court.
Are all units rented? and you want one?
@Conan Fox a little more backstory would be helpful. Who's lease are you trying to negotiate? Where did you get the idea of going to court for a lease? And if you have a signed contract as a buyer, the seller doing a 1031 doesn't give you leverage.
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