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The Apartment Leasing Agreement Protects You When Renting
The apartment leasing agreement protects you when renting a home or an apartment. The agreement drawn up by the property owner not only protects the owner, but it does protect you. If you have an apartment leasing agreement, what you can do and what you cannot do are outline in the lease. If there are areas that need more clarification do not sight the agreement until the sections are clarified so you understand them completely.
Renting With Children
Renting with children is sometimes difficult. Many property owners will not come right out and deny you because of the children, but they might find a different reason so they do not discriminate against you for having children. Children are hard on apartments and homes. You can have drawing on the walls, fires, flooding, toys down the toilet and the noise inside and outside. Not that children are bad, children are wonderful, but some property owners do not want the responsibility of have to worry about what might happen if someone has children.
Renting Tips For Landlords
Renting tips for landlords include the application process, lease agreement, the property itself and what is deemed actual wear and tear of an apartment. If you have an apartment with carpeting over ten years old, there is going to be normal wear and tear that you cannot charge a tenant for when the vacate the premises. If someone rents the apartment or house for five years and vacates the premises, you cannot charge them to paint the rooms. You can however charge for any damage to the walls.