We understand that situations can arise where you must terminate your lease contract before the end of the term. However, if you must break your lease there is a proper way to do so in order to preserve your credit and rental history. In section 27B: DEFAULT you will find a list of tenant liabilities if the lease is in breach. Please review these carefully before deciding to terminate your agreement.
What is the process if I have to break my lease?
About the Author: Brent
Brent Bockholt is the Co-Owner of Austin Property Team (APT) and is in charge of the overall operations and business development. He is an active member of the Austin Board of Realtor (ABOR), the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) and a licensed Realtor ®