Search our Help Center database for the latest notices, addendums, agreements and much more for landlords, investors and property managers.
The lease agreements attached include template leases for different types of properties. If you need a more detailed lease for your situation, please contact us for further assistance.
Standard Residential Lease Agreement
Letter to Verify Employment
Letter to Verify Prior or Current Tenancy
Tenant Screening Report Checklist
Agreement to Lease
Lease Agreement Short Form
Residential Lease Issues Checklist
When a tenant moves in or vacates, use these forms to document the condition of the leased premises. Photographs can also be helpful. It is good if the tenant is present during the move-out review.
A prospective tenant should provide background information for the Landlord, Investor & Property Manager to use to evaluate the tenant and try to ensure a rent-paying and lease-abiding tenant is found.
Advices to Tenants
The below forms and documents can be used to inform tenants of matters such fire safety to bed bug preventions.
Factsheet on Highrise Fire Safety
Factsheet on Holiday Fire Safety
Factsheet on Home Fire Safety
Factsheet Fla. Dept of Agri. – Tenant Laws Eng.
Factsheet Dangers Carbon Monoxide FEMA
Factsheet FEMA Flood Insurance
Factsheet on Fire Escape Planning
Lead Paint Disclosure – FL Assoc. Realtors
HUD Lead Paint Disclosure – Eng.
HUD Lead Paint Disclosure – Spa.
HUD Disclosure Hazards of Lead Based Paint
HUD Bed Bug Notice
US EPA Mold Guide
Misc. Tenant Notices
These forms are available to operate the property effectively and efficiently. Customizations may be needed depending on the circumstance.
Florida law is specific on how Landlord, Investors & Property Managers must maintain security deposits. When keeping all or a part of a tenant’s deposit, follow proper procedures and notifications. Please contact us if you need further assistance.
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Late yesterday, Florida Governor Desantis entered another executive order that extends the hold on residential evictions for nonpayment of rent until 12:01 am July 1, 2020.
In a short answer, yes Eviction cases are still being processed. A lot of information has been put out recently regarding the Coronavirus and changes to court procedures both locally and nationally.
Renting stores or office spaces that are in areas where zoning laws are strictly enforced are challenging to get. Usually, these leasing agreements have many requirements such as excellent credit scores and many other stipulations having commercial landlords and commercial tenants agreeing to each other terms and conditions to finally lease the unit.