All landlords dream of having their rentals inhabited by perfect tenants—and that all starts with having them sign a rental agreement that spells out your expectations. It’s a vital step. This is the legal document that protects you from a whole slew of nasty surprises that tenants can fling your way, from late or unpaid rent to damage to your property—and plenty more random issues. You want to sleep better at night? Here's how to write a rental agreement that's airtight.
- Definition of the property premises, including common areas
How a real estate attorney can help
By – Realtor.com