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As a landlord, you must pay attention to several phases in the landlord-tenant relationship. Tenant selection and lease preparation are key, and this article focuses on that aspect.
When meeting a prospective tenant, you should always take an application if you decide you are interested in leasing to the prospect. There are many forms available. The application you use should identify the prospect, his current residence and landlord. It should also question previous rental and landlord history.
There should also be questions about prior landlord tenant and criminal matters, as well as family and nonfamily references, including contact information and banking information. The application should authorize the landlord to vet the information.
All of this information should be checked. There are one-stop services that do credit, criminal and L/T court checks. Use them.
Call the references. Make sure that all information requested is provided. It is in the interest of both parties to see that this is done. If the tenant does not answer certain inquiries, it raises questions. You may charge a fee to do the checks and verify the information in the application.
At the time of execution of the lease, the landlord should collect the first month’s rent and security deposit. The checks tendered should be photocopied, in the event post-lease enforcement is necessary.
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