My current apartment lease is $650/month inclusive of mandatory water, trash, sewer, washer,dryer,and liability insurance. My lease is ending October 31. I have been given 2notices in writing from the property manager to come to the office and sign a renewal at a rate of $630 inclusive. I spoke to the property manager and she said she would have it ready for me to sign anytime before the 31st at my new rate, and she even called me back to verify the length of 13 months. I went to the office today, after work to sign. She has it filled out for $660 inclusive. I brought this to her attention and she said the girl in the office must have made a mistake on my notice because the lease has the correct price. I refused to sign it, and told her that they need to honor the price provided to me in writing. I also told her that the reduced price was the key factor in not moving because I had found another apartment for $625 but it just didn't seem worth moving over $5. She told me maybe I should move. What can I do? Are they legally required to honor the written price? It is one week away from the end of my lease now, and if I don't re sign, there is an additional $50 month to month fee, or alternatively, I am free to move but I cannot afford the costs associated with that currently.