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In this article, I will be discussing with you the move-in process. After you have put together your lease form, you are now ready to exchange that lease with a tenant. You want to make sure that this process goes as smooth as possible in a way that there's less confusion, more certainty, and zero risks on your part.
1. What are practical ways to handle the lease signing process?
2. What is a good way to present the unsigned lease to the tenant?
3. Why is it sound to give your prospective tenant a 24-hour period to go through the lease before he/she signs it?
4. Do you need the original copy of the lease?
Let's talk about the first of these 4 questions. What are practical ways to handle the lease signing process?
The lease signing process is quite a tricky stage in a landlord-tenant relationship since a tenant is technically "free" to sign a different lease. Your job is to "cement" that relationship and have that lease signed so you can move on to the next part in renting out your property.
Below are some of the best tips you can follow when getting the lease form signed:
For the rest of this lesson, existing Landlord Prep students should log-in to the module entitled Between Tenants - New Lease Contract - Lease Signing Process.
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