Washington Month to Month Rental Agreement
This Washington Month to Month Rental Agreement Mobile App is designed as a convenient lease form template.
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This lease form provides an easy and quick way for landlords and tenants in Washington to efficiently enter into a month to month rental agreement for the landlord's property.
This agreement between a landlord and a tenant details the address of the property being leased, as well as the lease term beginning and end dates. The monthly rent is detailed, as well as details of delinquent rent, prorated rent, returned checks, and rent increases. There is also sections on bad check servicing charges. There is a security deposit agreement laid out where the lessee will give the landlord a security deposit, and details of the refund, as well as how deductions would be calculated (unpaid rent, cleaning, pet violation charges, etc.). There are sections in the rental lease agreement outlining possession, subletting, abandonment, hazardous materials, mold/lead paint, and the landlord's right of entry to the property, as well as that the tenant is responsible for utilities. Details of maintenance and repairs are included in the rental agreement. Finally there is a section detailing the waiver, terms, attorney's fees, and governing law. The rental agreement ends with a section for signatures from both parties, the landlord and tenant(s).
As a landlord, use this real estate template for term lease options involved in a tenancy agreement. Use this app to save time and costs when obtaining written consent and agreement with tenants, like a single family, on the contract terms involved with matters like breaking a lease or subletting. Use this app's reporting feature to run convenient report PDF of these contracts, exportable and shareable in real time.
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