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Hi Jason,

Hope you are well.

Yes it is standard practice for tenant to pay agent's fee for a one year lease unless you opt for a 2 years lease then landlord will pay for both tenant's and landlord's agent fee. Because for a one year lease, commission payable is half month's rental.

If you decide not to continue your current lease and require assistance to find a new apt to rent, feel free to contact me. Me and my team would love to assist you!

Please contact me at 97898656  or email benjaminheng@gmail.com for more assistance.

Hear fro you soon.

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Benjamin Heng
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It make more sense for your to move so you need not incur the $4000 fees. Note that you also no need to move. Because your rented 8k during the time of PEAK. With rental coming low, you can negotiate a lower price and lock it in for 2 years.

Put in the lease term that you can break the lease only with 1 years minimum stay and you will save for yourself the half month rental payable.

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