I looked around but could not reallly find an answer to my question.
I’ve talked about the letting agency about renewing my Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement and they sent me an email saying this:
(1:39 PM today)
” We hope you are doing well. We have recently had a viewing for your flat, and the tenant was very interested in the property. They have offered to pay the landlord £500 rent for the flat next year, but since you are the current tenant, we would like to extend the offer to you first. If you would like to reside in the property for another year, the rent will be £500. If you are willing to accept this please let us know and we can take the property off the market. “
to which I answered:
therefore I hereby accept to pay 500£ for the next year.
Thank you for contacting me to make this proposition,
I’m happy to stay here next year.”
Then they continue with this:
“Thank you for your email. We are pleased you would like to continue staying in the property for another year. Please organise a convenient time and schedule an appointment to come into the office to resign a new contract and pay the agency fee.”
To which I answer:
So basically, just after saying me It’s all good, they say otherwise.
I’m really mad about it and I wonder if there is anything at all I can do about it to stay there?
Thanks a lot for your help!