When using Rent Now, you use our standard contract, which includes a six-month break clause under which either party can give the requisite notice to end the agreement.
Editing the Break Clause
We advise including the break clause because we don't recommend having a fixed term which tenants (for whatever reason) can't get out of, and within which you as the landlord can't evict the tenants.
Although very rare, from our experience this is an extremely undesirable position to be in. In the worst cases, it can result in a substantial loss of time and money, and also increase the potential for damage to your property.
How to Edit the Break Clause
Although the break clause is there to protect landlords and tenants alike, we still give landlords the option to remove it. At the contract-signing stage of Rent Now, you will be able to edit the break clause and at what point it can be initiated, or you can remove the break clause altogether.
As always, we try and give you as much flexibility and freedom as possible.