Can a landlord ask for rent upfront?

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Yes, a landlord is entitled to ask tenant's to pay rent upfront. There is no limit on the number of months rent a landlord can request from a tenant.

Landlords can also specify for which month the upfront rent is for. For example, you can be asked to pay two months' rent: one for the first month of your tenancy agreement and one for your last.

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