App launched helping tenants break a lease with no implications

App launched helping tenants break a lease with no implications
App launched helping tenants break a lease with no implications

An innovative new app, Break Your Lease, created by an Australian entrepreneur and software developer was launched internationally on May 22, 2020.

The app has gained immediate world-wide attention, being one of only a few to appear on the ‘Feature’ section in the App Store.

Developed by Richard Saville, Break Your Lease, offers users a unique opportunity to easily leave their commercial or residential leases, by finding suitable and instant replacements.

The app is changing the property game, filling a sizeable gap in the market and creating an industry where users can now break a lease globally. 

Mr Saville said the app will offer people who are struggling to pay their leases an ‘easy out’ and the ability to forgo the costly process of breaking a lease.  

“The app will be of great benefit to people looking to leave their lease, as well as those seeking a new one quickly, and landlords who won’t need to contend with broken leases,” said Mr Saville.

The launch of the app is particularly timely due to the rising unemployment figures resulting from COVID-19, which are putting increased strain on peoples’ ability to pay their leases. 

Mr Saville’s idea for the practical, user-friendly app came last year and he’s taken Break Your Lease from conceptualisation to a launchable product.  

Users will be able to register a lease they want to leave, free for the first month after the app’s launch, with registrations listed after this time costing $40 for residential leases, and $70 for commercial leases. 

The app will launch on the Australian and New Zealand app store this week and available in the US and UK in June.

In August the app will expand to include services for other types of leases including cars, bikes, jet skis, boats etc.  

Due to the originality of the concept Mr Saville has secured a world-wide patent for the app.

The app has been available since May 22, 2020. 

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