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Tenancy Extension Letter Sample

So, it seems that you have grown to love the place you’re currently living in but the rent lease is about to expire. Don’t worry; all you have to do is send a simple Tenancy Extension Letter to your landlord, requesting to stay longer. First things first, go through your lease agreement, and see if… Read More »

Letter for Non-payment of Rent

There’s nothing that grinds my gears more than a tenant late in paying rent, especially, if the tenant doesn’t even inform you of the delay or give a valid reason. It’s something so rude and unfortunately, occurs very often. If you’re a landlord, then you probably experience this inconvenience a lot. You must have to… Read More »

Lease Termination Letter to Tenant from Landlord

Lease and rent agreements do not go on forever. Usually, a rental agreement is charted out with a particular time frame in mind and once the tenure is over, the tenants have to vacate the premises – unless an addendum for time increase is added into the original agreement. If you have had a tiresome… Read More »

Offer to Purchase Property Letter Sample

When you are interested in a property because it meets all your real estate buying needs and requirements, it is best to put in an offer to buy it as soon as possible. Any delays might mean the deal going to someone else. How do you make an offer in a professional manner? You write… Read More »

Sample Letter of Intent to Sell Property to Tenant

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to sell your house to the tenant who has occupied it for some time, and not have to look for a buyer? Perfect situation! If your tenant has shown interest in buying the property, he may ask you to send him a letter of intent to show him… Read More »

Notice to Tenant to Sell Property from Landlord

As a landlord, you may want to sell the property that you have initially let or rented to someone. Your reason could be anything – maybe you need the cash, cut your losses or you just want to move to another city or state, making this whole landlord business difficult to pursue. Whatever your reason… Read More »

Sample Letter of Intent to buy Property

A letter of intent to buy property is usually written under three circumstances: • You want to document the terms tentatively agreed upon for the purchase of property. • You wish to provide the seller with some evidence of your decision to buy the said property. • You do not wish to commit to a… Read More »

Real Estate Sales Agreement Sample

The good thing about real estate sales agreements is that there are no standardized formats that one has to follow. Each real estate agency create its own agreement format, provided that it conforms to state rules and regulations. The purpose of a drawing up an agreement of this sort is to settle the terms between… Read More »

Letter to Tenant Informing of Sale of Flat

As a landlord / property owner, it is your responsibility to provide notice of any changes in the status of a lease or rent to the tenant. The best way to do this is through a letter. A letter makes everything official. For instance, if you want to let your tenant know that you will be… Read More »

Sample Notice Letter to Tenant for Rent Increase

As a landlord, you cannot increase the rent of your property whenever you want. There are laws governing when and how much rent you can increase. Usually, the initial rent agreement holds information of yearly rental increases so the tenant is aware that an increase in rent is impending. However, it is important to provide… Read More »

Sample Letter to Tenant for Property Damages

Renting out your prized property to tenants has its good points – the monthly rent that comes in can be a great addition your income. But it also has its bad points. Tenants are not homeowners to whom looking after the premises is second nature. While not all tenants deliberately damage the property that they… Read More »

Sample Letter to Tenant for Nonpayment of Rent

It is nothing short of pure pleasure to receive a check for a certain amount each month. However, renting out your property and then not receiving rent for it is quite annoying. And puts you in an uncomfortable position with your tenant, with whom you may have had a pretty good relationship up till now.… Read More »



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