E-Renter wants to help you in every way we can to make the business of being a landlord an easy one! Listed below are some commonly used forms for landlords. You are welcome to download and use these forms for your leasing or rental needs. We've also included links to an E-Renter Glossary and other websites with useful information for landlords. Keep current with tenant screening news, and learn more about all aspects of being a property owner or manager with our blog.
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Tenant Screening News & Blog
3 Ways to Make Your Rental Stand Out - October 23, 2015
If you are renting your home, you want to attract the best tenants. To attract the best tenants, you need to make your rental stand out among other units in the sea of available housing. No landlord wants to find themselves in a position of having...
The Importance of Understanding Your Own Lease - August 5, 2013
Where do you obtain your leases and other legal documents? Many landlords and property managers download them from the Internet, which is fine--but it's always best to have a lawyer who is versed in landlord-tenant law look it over before you sign...
Are Your Prospective Tenants Checking You Out? - July 25, 2013
Smart landlords and property managers do a very thorough job of screening tenant applicants. They check references and work places, former landlords and addresses. And of course, they have a background check and tenant credit check done. But how...
E-Renter Glossary of Terms:
Need clarification on some of the lingo? View our glossary for an explanation of key terms used by E-Renter.
Fair Credit Report Act (FCRA)
text of the law
information about the Fair Credit Reporting Act
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
nonprofit consumer information and advocacy organization
FreeAdvice.com Landlord Tenant Center
information, forms, and resources for landlords and tenants
NoLo Landlords & Property Management
Information, forms, and resources for landlords
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