The agreed amount of rent and the withdrawal date agreed by the tenant are also requested in accordance with the agreement between you and/or your company and the potential tenant. This section of the California Realtors Association rental application offers a legal disclaimer for the owner. The exclusion of liability specifies to the interested tenant that he is not guaranteed a lease; (b) the lessor may consider more than one applicant for the lease and may select the most qualified applicant; and (c) the lessor has the right to request a copy of the applicant`s driver`s license. California Association of Realtors Residential Lease Agreement – The Association of Realtors has created an alternative version of the form available to tenants and renters. The paperwork can be completed in accordance with the instructions in the PDF and confirmed after consulting the signatures of the landlord and tenant. The next part of the application is very important, where the applicant must list all the other people who will live in the rental unit with the main tenant. You need to list everyone, including children. If there are adult inmates, substantive checks and separate requests should be required. If the rent is $1500 per month and the applicant and co-applicant bring in $1900 per month, it is very likely that it will not work.
However, if the client has other forms of income and the house can afford it, this must also be communicated to the owner. If you ask the potential tenant to disclose other forms of income, it is possible to determine if they can afford the rental unit. Demolition (§ 1940.6) – If a landlord has applied for permission to demolish his building, all potential tenants must be informed of future plans before the lease is concluded. Lead-based color (42 U.S. Code § 4852d) – The EPA & HUD has passed a federal regulation requiring that all leased property built before 1978 and containing lead paint be provided with a lease agreement revealing the potential risks of contact with the harmful substance. Death (§ 1710.2) – If, in the last 3 years, a death has occurred within the limits of the rented property, the owner or agent must pass on this knowledge to the new tenant (except in cases where the person has died of the AIDS virus). . .