Trust that your rental agreement has you covered
It's easy to protect your rental property with a lease agreement.
Reasons to create a residential lease
Earn income on your real estate.Becoming a landlord allows you to increase the return on your investment.
Protect yourself and your investment.A lease limits your risk and defines your relationship with your tenants.
Know your rights and responsibilities.A rental agreement covers deposits, late fees, maintenance and landlord obligations.
Do I need a lease for my rental property?
A residential lease agreement is designed to limit your potential liability, and to explicitly define the duties and responsibilities of both you and your tenants, based on the laws of your state. A solid residential lease is an important part of protecting your rental property, so you're free to focus on increasing the return on your investment.
Can I specify details in the lease?
You can choose to include the features and options that are applicable to your property—pets, parking, appliances, utilities and more. The lease also spells out details about security deposits, late fees and other issues according to your local and state laws.
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