Pet Bond and Fees – An amount that is damaged by the deposit held by the owner in case a house animal lives on the site. Some owners may also add a monthly fee so that the tenant can ensure the right to let a pet reside in the rental unit. Use a short-term rental agreement to rent your property for a short period of time (usually between 1 and 31 days), usually as a holiday apartment. A short-term rental contract explains to guests the rules of their stay and what they can expect upon arrival. Property Description – The physical address of the apartment for rent, i.e. street name and number, unit number, city, land and zip code. A security deposit is levied by almost all homeowners/owners who rent real estate. A deposit is usually one (1) or two (2) months of rent, depending on the tenant`s credit statement, rent history and state laws. If a tenant damages the apartment or abandons the lease during the lease, the deposit is available to cover the losses incurred by the landlord. If no damage to the property and the duration of the tenancy end, the owners have set a period of time given by the state to return the entire deposit to the tenant. If there has been damage, then the owner must have a broken list of repairs that must be made and deducted from the deposit. Payment location – the address at which the tenant is obliged to provide the sum of the money for periodic rental fees.
Non-delivery of possession – A provision that is often added to a rental agreement, this clause indicates what should happen if the tenant is unable to move into the property until the beginning of the property. Compensation – A common clause contained in most leases is used to protect the lessor from legal liability in the event of violations of tenants or customers likely to occur on the site, as well as damage to their personal property. Late fees – A tax levied by the landlord if the tenant has not filled the monthly rental fee at the time of the rent due. (Most leases establish that the tenant has a certain number of days from the due date, the so-called extra time, to pay the rent.) Maintenance – Regular maintenance of a rental property that the tenant must be ready to accommodate. If there is a smoking policy, it must be mentioned in the agreement.