As a tenant you possess plenty of rights, probably more than what the landlord has over their own property. But, when it comes to selling a property, the landlord has the right to have access to their property to get the job done. Understanding that it is a major inconvenience, the best option is to work in with the agent and do your best to help make the transition as quick as possible.
Technically, the agent or landlord would have to notify twenty-four hours prior to inspecting the property. Even if you were to decline the request, technically, the agent and owner would can still take a buyer through the property if they want to.
In most cases, agents try to work in with tenants as much as possible. At the end of the day, you are the gatekeeper and an agent will do their best to build a relationship with you just to get the best outcome for the sale process.
If you were to go the extra mile and help with the presentation. This will help move the campaign along and the quicker it’s sold, the quicker you get back to the open road.
The following advice is of a general nature and intended as an opinion and broad guide. For all legal, financial or real estate advice you should obtain independent professional advice to do with the specific nature of your circumstances before making any legal, financial or real estate decisions.