Can I be forced out of my lease?

Question Details: I currently have a lease that ends at the end of November. The property manager/homeowners realtor has notified me that they need to sell the property so that they can get another mortgage. She says that the property cannot be an investment property in order for them to get this other loan. She has asked me to sign a document stating that they will not charge me for half of June, July and half of August if I agree to move aug 15. I have not signed the document yet and she is already making demands about showings. Should I just continue to pay my rent every month and abide by my original lease or do I sign the paperwork and have them control everything until August? It's like they think they are doing me a favor. I am a single mother of 3 children and they have just sprung this on me, not to mention the agent has contacted my ex and he's not even on the lease.

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