If moving is not problematic then I would counter the $2500 and present the the new owner (i.e. the bank) the option to buy out the remainder of your lease (6 x $750 = $4500) if they are interested in you vacating earlier. If it is problematic then either stay as planned and as protected by applicable State laws or ask for even more than the balance of the lease payments.
Folks, back to this whole fiasco again. Got a letter from the real estate company as if the person we were speaking to through email from them decided to not pass on our conversation on having to honor the lease. I ignored it and sent copy of it to condo association. About 2 weeks ago, get a letter from a lawyer mentioning pretty much same thing and now some type of 90 day clause that will take effect if I don't give them my information and work something out where I pay them instead. My lease doesn't end till october, so they can't do anything right.
For those of you who are saying that I should buy it, how does that even work? Would I contact the same real estate company and ask them for the price without getting harrassed about giving them all of my information? This place I'm at is an excellent location with a pretty sweet view of the Tampa Bay that I know would rent easily.
Go talk to a real estate lawyer - soon. There are very few situations where I'd recommend hiring a lawyer, but this is a clear one - yes, it'll cost you some $$ out of pocket, but you'll know exactly what your rights are, they can deal with the real estate company, and they'll also be able to help you make an offer or purchase your place. In your situation, it would be money very well spent.
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