In the world of rental real estate, important communications need to always be put in writing. This is true for both property owners and also tenants. Some of these notices can be legal in nature; such as a rent increase letter. Others can simply be informational and helpful information such as a Tenant Welcome Letter.
Types of Rental Property Notices and Letters
Tenant Welcome Letter
Greeting letter sent to new tenants to make them feel welcomed as well as provide helpful information on their new rental unit.
Rent Increase Letter
Notice provided to tenants informing them of the effective date and new amount when a rent increase ios scheduled to occur.
Late Rent Notice (Pay or Quit)
Notice provided to tenant that notifies them of an outstanding rent balance that is now past due and may escalate to legal actions.
30-Day Notice to Vacate
Letter used by tenants that informs the landlord of their intent to end the lease agreement and vacate the unit in 30 days.
Residential Rental Application
Questionnaire that is completed by prospective residential tenants and reviewed by landlord with information for screening purposes.
Commercial Rental Application
Questionnaire that is completed by prospective commercial residential tenants and reviewed by landlord with information for screening purposes.
A self-certification statement filled out by tenants that confirms the terms of a lease agreement such as rental amount, term, etc.
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