We’ve all heard of bad landlords – people that seemingly take no interest in their property, are slow to respond to complaints, and generally don’t get around to cashing rent checks until a month and a half after the fact. But few of us think about things from the other end: the perspective of the landlord.
A lease is an essential document that should be used anytime a landlord leases a room, apartment, house or property to a tenant. Leases are the written record both landlords and tenants have to refer to in the event of any questions or disputes. Leases protect both parties by outlining expectations, responsibilities, rent amounts, and other terms involved… Read More »