Lease Agreement Template
Learn how to write a lease agreement, an easy step-by-step guide.
A rental agreement, also called a lease agreement, explains the terms and conditions to the landlord and tenant for the lease of a commercial or residential property. This document holds legal significance hence binds the landlord and tenant to abide by the obligations.
Writing a rental agreement seems a complicated and not-so-easy job. However, you can learn how to produce a professional and descriptive rental agreement with our help. Create an authentic rental agreement document by following the provided step-by-step guide and send it to your client.
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Begin by filling the effective agreement date in the top right corner of the document.
Next, fill the first box with The Renter(s)/Tenant(s) written.
● Write tenant’s name (e.g. John Doe)
● Residence address (e.g. 123 Tenant Street, Miami, FL, 12345)
● Phone number (e.g. 123–456–7890)
● Email address (e.g. email@example.com)
Now, fill the box with The Landlord written.
● Write landlord’s name (e.g. Met Daq)
● Residence address (e.g. 321 Landlord Example Street, Miami, FL, 12345)
● Phone number (e.g. 111–222–3333)
● Email address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org)
Premises and Occupancy
Next, fill the Section 1 Premises and Occupancy.
1. Write the address of the property you want to lease (e.g. 111 Premises Example Street, Miami, FL, 12345)
2. Now, write the date from which the tenant is expected to occupy the property. (e.g. 1/1/2021)
a) Mention the number of days your guests are expected to stay (e.g. 14)
b) Fill in the information about the pet. Mention the name, weight, breed, and age of the pet. In the case of no pet, just write N/A in all sections.
Costs and Payment
Now, fill the Section 2 Costs and Payment.
1. Mention the tenant’s monthly rent (e.g. $1000) and the due date of the first rent payment (e.g. 1/1/2021)
2. Fill in the details about the method of payment. Enter landlord’s bank account name (e.g. Met Daq), bank account number (e.g. 123456789), and bank routing number (e.g. 111222333)
3. Mention the non-refundable security deposit amount (e.g. $20000)
4. Mention the non-refundable pet’s deposit (e.g. $500)
Terms and Termination
This section has two terms of action. Select any one box according to your preference. Thoroughly read Sections 4 and 5 of Right to enter and Alterations respectively.
Now, fill the Section 6 Dispute Resolution. Enter the state’s name (e.g. Florida, USA) in both blanks.
Next, fill the Section 8 Notices. Rewrite tenant and landlord information including name, residence address, phone number, and email address exactly as you entered in Section 1.
Finally, fill the Section 9 Signatures of the parties. Both parties will write their names to close the deal. If you have more than one tenant, then proceed to page 4 where other tenants will write their names and give signatures.
That is it! Go through the document and read it thoroughly. Review all the information you entered. After a thorough check, click on the buy button. Proceed with the payment and take a printout from your computer. Sign the document to close the deal.
Your rental agreement is ready to hand it over to the recipient.
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