amoral lemur Posted Today, 11:32 AM
whoisme I think that if you can't afford to continue to pay the rent and you think they would fail to rent at the rate you are currently paying I would go to the agent and sit down and have a talk. And asap so that they can advertise sooner rather than later.
Has your financial situation changed from when you applied for your property? At that time you would have to have proved ability to pay?
What is making it difficult to stay and be able to pay the rent is that prior to myself and the kids moving down we had to pay for accommodation for my husband in a serviced apartment (for 2 months) and this ate up all our savings and then the money earned for the last 5 months has paid for the cost of relocating and the gap to meet our mortgage repayments.
In no way do I want to be unfair to the Landlord which is why I am well aware of future financial situation to give the Landlord as much time as possible without tarnishing our own selves for the next rental, previously to this rental we lived in our own home for 3 years so have no rental history.