Jane Sayner anticipated having to work well into her 80s.
Sayner realized she had to work her tail off because she had recently overcome cancer and was living alone.
When her landlord passed away, everything did, however, alter.
She couldn’t believe what friendship had given her when she learned that awful day that the landlord had passed away.
Sayner once had to rent but no longer had to.
Sayner was concerned about the future as his landlord John Perrett’s health deteriorated.
She has been paying rent since 1998, and if Perrett passed away, she would be unable to pay rent somewhere else.
She revealed to the neighborhood news outlets that the multimillionaire has consistently requested that all of his assets go to charity.
She had no idea that she was one of the lucky ones.
Sayner praised Perret as a fantastic tenant.
He has always been a very attentive landlord in addition to occasionally toying with the idea of giving all of his money to charity.
Perret sent help as soon as something needed to be fixed or was broken.
Additionally, he spends time getting to know his renters, particularly Sayner.
Sayner did her best to be an excellent tenant in return.
Sayner said that during the whole period she was renting, she never missed a payment.
Perret was described by Sayner as being a traditional businessman.
Once a month, he makes sure to visit his homes to personally collect the rent.
At this point, Perrett and Sayner began conversing.
The two would frequently converse for an hour or more, discussing anything from their families to his professional life as a chemist.
She mentioned that Perrett valued her efforts in maintaining the mansion.
Even the time Perrett assisted Sayner in the garden was mentioned.
“I handled this location as if it were my own. The garden in the back wasn’t there when I first moved in. I planted a lot of plants and flowers while I was residing here, and they are still there now,” she remarked, as reported by the Daily Mail.