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The landlord can of course sell his property at any time. The good news for you as a tenant, is that this does not affect your tenancy agreement. The new owner would take ownership of the property with you as sitting tenants. The terms of your current tenancy agreement continue with the new owner until the agreements end date.
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There is no calculation. Because you do not have to move. Anything they offer is a gesture to try and gain your assistance.
I would suggest it should at least cover any moving costs you could incur, new agent fees, and possible the difference in rent for a period of time.