If stability is your top priority, leasing may be the right option. Many landlords prefer leases because they are structured for stable, long-term occupancy. Investing a tenant in a property for at least one year can provide a more predictable revenue stream and reduce the cost of turnover. On the other hand, a lease is advantageous for a lessor because it offers the stability of long-term guaranteed income. It is advantageous for a tenant because it is stuck in the rent amount and length of the rent and cannot be changed, even if the real estate values or the rent increase. A rental agreement is a contract between a landlord and a tenant that covers the rental of real estate for long periods, usually for a period of 12 months or more. The lease agreement is very specific in detail of the responsibilities of both parties during the lease and contains all the information necessary to ensure that both parties are protected. Leases are leases that clearly and in depth define the expectations between the landlord and the tenant, including rent, pet rules and the duration of the contract. A strong, well-thought-out and well-written lease can help protect the interests of both parties, since neither party can amend the agreement without the written agreement of the other. Write down any agreement between you and your client. The agreement must also be signed and dated by both parties. While some oral agreements may be binding, the agreed terms are much more difficult to prove.
Whether you choose a lease or a lease, it is essential that you know who your tenant is. A thorough review of your tenants can give you the confidence that you are putting the right person in your apartment to rent. Ask the real estate agent or lessor how long the lease will last. In most cases, the lease is valid for a period of one year. When a lease has a start and end date, it is a fixed-term lease. A lease is distinguished from a lease agreement by the fact that it is not a long-term contract and is usually done from month to month. This monthly lease expires and renews each month after the agreement of the parties concerned. We recommend that our owners do not lock themselves in for a 12-month lease. The lease is beneficial to both parties. A tenant cannot stop paying rent or emptying the property for the duration of the lease – this is a breach of contract.