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Steven Wang
I believe in such a case, you can deduct the pro rated agent fee from the tenant's deposit. Such a case of 'break lease' agents should not be faulted as well. As an agent, he would have paid income tax for the 'fee' that you paid him a year ago. if you claim it back from him, can he claim back from IRAS ? no way. so deduct from the tenant's deposit. Read More

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CK Ang
Hi, you can deduct the pro-rated agent fee from the security deposit. You can start engaging agent to look for new tenant. Even you have exclusive with you previous agent, that is already the past. You are open to look for a new agent to assist you. But your agent should be familiar with your unit. I am reachable at my mobile or email. CK Ang 9046 3808 res.ckang@gmail.com Vestor Realty Read More

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Bryan Lee
Hi, I am Bryan from ERA. What the other fellow agents have mentioned is right. If you need to find new tenants I will be able to assist you. kindly contact me at 86912345 or email bryanlee@era.com.sg. Thank you and have a nice day. Warmest Regards, Bryan lee. ERA. Read More

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Jolyn Tan
Dear Owner. Typically, the agent's commission on the unfulfilled term of the lease will be refunded back to the landlord on a pro-rata basis via a deduction from the security deposit. Hope this addresses your query. On a separate note, I will be glad to help find a tenant for your property. Appreciate if you can provide more details. Regards, Jolyn Tan (Dennis Wee Realty Pte Ltd). Mobile : +65-90118028; email : jntan1@yahoo.com.sg Read More

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