Off topic really, but I stated store was vacant for a while and then Landlord raised rent nothing to do with long-term tenant vacating. Now on to Kaleidescape.That's typically because when you have a long-term tenant, landlords are not as likely to raise rent/rates because of the commitment of the tenant. Once they vacate, it's time to bring up to "market" levels. I have been a landlord for a while as has my family. Real Property is a completely different situation than consumer goods.