Rental / Lease Agreements

A lease agreement is a binding contract between a landlord that agrees to rent property to a tenant in exchange for monthly rent. The tenant will have rights of possession of the property after the lease begins and may only be vacated either at the end of the term or if they violate any of the lease provisions.

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What is a Lease?

A lease is a contract between a property owner or manager that rents space to an individual or company seeking to occupy it for rent. There are many types of leases with the most popular being a fixed one (1) year term that does not allow either party to terminate until the end date.

Requirements to Sign a Lease

  • Tenant undergoes a credit check through a Rental Application (Adobe PDF);
  • Security Deposit (see laws);
  • Move-In Checklist (Adobe PDF); and
  • State Disclosures (if any).

Types of Leases