Landlord and Property Management Useful Tenant Forms

Landlord and Property Management Useful Tenant Forms

Landlord and Property Management Useful Tenant Forms

Download these useful form for Landlords and Property Managers:

Sample Tenant ApplicationPDF

This is a sample “basic” rental agreement to use as a starting point. Landlord-tenant state laws vary, are continually changing and some states require certain specific mandatory language to be included. You are therefore advised to check your State Laws for current statutes that may affect the rental agreement you use. Most landlords start with a basic agreement and add/modify clauses as they deem necessary.

Authority to Release Tenant Information Form PDF Word

This form allows you to document the applicant’s written authorization for running a credit report and any other searches.

Tenant Move In Move Out Form  PDF Word

This form is designed to assist in recording the condition of a rental unit upon moving in and moving out. To be most useful, it should be filled out in the presence of the property owner and the tenant, and each should retain a signed and dated copy. For each line, either check “OK” or describe any persistent problems present.

Tenant Notice to Vacate  PDF Word

This form is used by the tenant give proper written notice to the landlord when the tenant is vacating and states that the tenant will cooperate with showing the property for re-rental or sale. It includes a place for the tenant to give his forwarding address in order to receive any security refund. It is an excellent way to help reinforce proper move-out procedure. We always staple a copy of this notice to the back of the tenant’s lease to be used when the time comes for the tenant to give notice to vacate.

Notice to Pay Rent or Quit   PDF Word

The Notice to Pay Rent or Quit is a form notice used to demand the rent payment that is overdue and payable. You are legally informing the tenant with this form that you’re about to begin eviction proceedings against him if the default is not cured within a set amount of days.

Conditional Acceptance Letter – (PDF) (Word)

A Conditional Acceptance Letter is a letter that allows you to specify additional requirements the applicant must meet such as additional deposit monies. The Fair Credit Reporting Act requires that a form of this conditional acceptance letter must be provided to any rental applicant you choose to accept with conditions if that decision is based solely or partly on information in a consumer report. Use our free conditional acceptance letter now.

Denial Letter With Reasons/Adverse Action Letter With Reasons – (PDF) (Word)

A Denial Letter with Reasons is also known as an Adverse Action Letter with Reasons. It’s very similar to the Denial Letter but it provides specific reasons for denial based on information in the applicant’s a consumer report. A form of this denial letter must be provided to any rental applicant you choose to deny residency to if that decision is based solely or partly on information in a consumer report. While oral adverse action notices are allowed, written notices provide proof of FCRA compliance. Use our free denial letter with reasons now.

Denial Letter/Adverse Action Letter – (PDF) (Word)

A Denial Letter is also known as an Adverse Action Letter.  The Fair Credit Reporting Act requires that a form of this denial letter or adverse action letter must be provided to any rental applicant you choose to deny residency to if that decision is based solely or partly on information in a consumer report. While oral adverse action notices are allowed, written notices provide proof of FCRA compliance. Use our free denial letter now.

Denial of Security Deposit Letter – (PDF) (Word)

Download a free form to give to your tenant notice that their security deposit will not be refunded.

Partial Refund of Security Deposit Letter – (PDF) (Word)

Download a free form to give to your tenant notice that only part of their security deposit will be refunded.

Itemized Security Deposit Deduction – (PDF) (Word)

Download a free form to give to your tenant which has an itemized list of security deposit deductions.

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