Recently informed my landlord that my husband and I were ending our lease at thr end of our term because we bought a house. Worked with him and cooperated to get showings scheduled and got our apt rented quickly. We live in a complex of 4 apts and another unit's lease is almost up and now the landlord wants to still show our apt to get tenants for this other apt, instead of showing the apt that is actually to be rented. I'm guessing that the other apt is a mess (a bunch of young kids live there) compared to our nicely furnished apt. I played along when we were renting our own apt, but I work from home and so I'm there all day. Showings are very disruptive to my day. I do not feel like I should be legally obligated to show my apt as a "model unit", am I?
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