A lease or month-to-month rental agreement, covering key terms such as rent and security deposits, are essential to any successful tenancy.
Leases and Rental Agreements FAQ
Adding a Roommate to the Lease or Rental Agreement
Smart Landlord Policies for Pet-Friendly Rentals
Lead Disclosures for Rental Property FAQ
Mold in Rentals: Landlord Liability, Responsibility, and Prevention
California Landlords Must Notify Prospective Tenants of Foreclosure
Disclose Shared Utility Arrangements
Required Landlord Disclosures
State-by-State Lease and Rental Agreement Terms and Forms
What Does "Last Month's Rent" Really Mean?
Can I Evict a Tenant to Rent The Place to My Daughter?
Can I Put Tenants' Security Deposits In My Checking Account?
Are Tenants Entitled to a Rent Receipt?
How Do I Enforce My 'No Pets' Policy?
How Do I Divide Damages Between Departing Cotenants?
Can My Tenant Break The Lease Just Because of Noise From Upstairs?
How Do I Kick Out One Roommate But Not The Other?
Shouldn't The Apartment Have Been Cleaned Before We Moved In?
What’s The Best Way to Get a New Tenancy Off to a Good Start?
Will My Whole Lease Be Thrown Out If There’s an Illegal Clause In It?
Renting Out a Spare Room in My House: Key Issues
How Can I Make Sure That My Lease Clause Covers All Relevant Security Deposit Issues?
Who Needs to Sign a Lease or Rental Agreement?
Do Property Managers Sign the Lease or Rental Agreement?
How Much Detail Should My Lease Include On The Rental Unit Itself?
How Much Detail Should I Include About Rent in My Lease?
How Much Detail Do I Need to Include About Utilities in the Lease?
What Are Landlord's Legal Rights When It Comes to Entry During a Tenant's Extended Absence?