My apartment is for sale by its owner, who I'm currently renting from. The owner uses a management company and I deal with that company to pay rent, have things fixed, etc. I've never seen or talked to the apartment owner. The owner is hiring a realtor to help sell the apartment (to someone else; we are leaving after our lease.) This realtor visited and said they'd like to show the apartment over the next few months, before our lease ends, and implied that there could be many showings.
My contract is very simple. There's no provision for the management company to enter the property even with notice, though I assume there's some law that allows them to do so.
My question is, do I have to let the realtor in with notice? What if they're with the manager? If they wish to do open houses and frequent tours (which they've implied they'd like to), do I have any rights other than obtaining 24 hour notice? I reiterate that there's nothing about this in my very simple renter's contract.