Terms & Conditions

By using Leasebreak.com, you accept and agree to be bound by the terms and provision of this agreement.  The terms below may be modified from time to time for any reason and without notice.  Any participation in this site by you will establish acceptance of this agreement.  If you do not agree to abide by the above, we ask that you do not use leasebreak.com.  Please note that use of this web site is also subject to our Privacy Policy

You must only contact leaseholders and other users of this site with the sole intent of wanting to rent out the apartment that is being listed.  Users should not be contacted for any other reason.  Under no conditions, should you spam other users. 

You own or have permission to use all content including images (“Your Content”) that you post on Leasebreak.com.  As such, you hereby irrevocably grant us world-wide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, sublicensable, transferable rights to use Your Content for any purpose.  This could include - but is not limited to - posting your apartment details on other websites.  

You are solely responsible for any content that you post on our web site and you should use reasonable judgment in the content you choose to post.  While under no obligation to do so, Leasebreak.com can remove the content you post, delete your apartment listing completely or delete your entire account at any time and with no stated reason. Note that if we are contacted by the owner, landlord, or someone representing the owner or landlord asking to remove a particular listing, we are inclined to remove the listing because we believe the landlord needs to be an integral part of the process, and an apartment should not be posted without their permission.  

If you post on our website and you receive an inquiry, you should use your own judgement as to whether or not you want to show the listed apartment to this person.  Leasebreak does not make any representation regarding the validity of the information provided by a registered user.  Please proceed cautiously.  

However, if you post on our website, you are expected and obligated to respond to all inquiries that appear to be valid inquiries.  Also, we do not allow you to use auto-responders which direct people to other websites.  Also, we do not allow a listing to be appear more than once at the same time on our website, whether or not the listing is posted by the same user or not.  Your inventory with Leasebreak needs to be kept updated and accurate.  Also, all agents who post on our website must "co-broke" and respond to inquiries from fellow agent colleagues as promptly as you would respond to non-agents.  

As a mostly content generated web site, Leasebreak.com is not responsible for the accuracy (errors or omissions) of the information posted on this website by users, but please email us immediately at info@leasebreak.com if you notice any incorrect information and we will do our best to correct or remove it.  Leasebreak.com is also not to be made responsible for the accuracy (errors or omissions) of any information that we provide.  The content authored by leasebreak.com is offered for informational purposes only. 

We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason at any time.

We reserve the right to refuse service if we find out users are sharing an account. 

If we suspect a user is misrepresenting themselves, we may ask for additional verification which could include but is not limited to additional email addresses, a copy of a photo ID, access to social media profiles, and an on the phone or in  person meeting.  

You must be 13 years old or older to use this site.

It is your responsibility to keep your password safe and it is your responsibility to prevent others from using your account. 

You should not use this website for any illegal or unauthorized purpose. 

You should not overwhelm the resources of our site at any time and you should not infect our website with worms, viruses, or Trojan Horses.    

Making false, fraudulent, or misleading offers or claims on this web site is forbidden.

Leasebreak.com, its employees, officers, directors or representatives will not be liable or responsible for any loss, accident, death, injury, or damages of any kind (including any loss of business) connected with any use of this web site or content or connected with the performance or nonperformance by leasebreak.com. 

If you feel your intellectual rights have been infringed upon, please report this immediately to us by emailing us immediately at info@leasebreak.com    

No one other than leasebreak.com or people interested in your apartment details should be contacting you directly.  If you are being spammed by any third party, please email us immediately at info@leasebreak.com.

You acknowledge and agree that you understand that third party web sites have their own terms of use and privacy policies and you should read them before using their web site if leasebreak.com provides a link to them. Leasebreak.com has no control over such third party web sites and leasebreak.com does not endorse and is not responsible or liable for any content on these web sites.  Additionally, you agree that Leasebreak.com will not be responsible for any loss or damage caused or claimed to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any such content from a third party website. 

This website does not provide legal advice and Leasebreak is not a law firm.   Although we go to great lengths to make sure our information is accurate and useful, we recommend you consult a lawyer if you want legal advice.


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