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
Do FHA Rules Apply to Guests of Tenants? - June 13, 2013
Between the Fair Housing Act and the Americans With Disabilities Act, it's clear that landlords must accommodate tenants with disabilities. If your rental property is of a certain size and age, it's probably already built to accommodate wheelchairs....
HUD Study Says Minorities Still Experience Discrimination in Housing Market - June 12, 2013
A new study by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development found that minorities who seek rental housing, as well as those wishing to purchase homes, are experiencing racial bias. Since 1977, HUD has conducted the study once each decade, in...
Target More Tenants With a Walkability Score - June 6, 2013
What is walkability, and why is it important to include in your advertising for rental properties? Walkability means that a home is within walking distance to shops, restaurants, public parks, libraries, schools and other places that people...
E-Renter Glossary of Terms:
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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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