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This sublease agreement, dated March 19th of 2018, is made between Burak Aslan, the Sublessor, and Roger Graham, the Sublessee.
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If you don't want to spend time trying to find a replacement for yourself, try Flip Instant. Flip will takeover your lease as soon as you need to leave and guarantee that someone else is paying the rent within thirty days.
Yes - landlords and property managers are welcome to post on Flip, as long as they follow our guidelines.
You can use the same features as other listers: qualify tenants, sign leases and receive guaranteed, automatic rent payments.
Most people opt to sublet even if they aren't coming back to their room or apartment, since there are less fees and paperwork. If you transfer your lease you're by default still the one that's on the hook for the rent in the event that your replacement bails, so make sure to try and get your landlord to sign a transfer agreement that completely releases you.