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How to Lessen the Pain of Writing a Residential Lease

Posted November 14th, 2012 No Comments

Digital Lease Agreements

Many of our landlords view drawing up a rental lease agreement as one of the more tedious tasks in their process of leasing their properties. They dread this task because in the past they may have filled out a rental lease form from a website that provides such forms for a rental that is a house or an apartment. Usually there is a lot of data entry to fill in the “holes” in the form (tenant’s information, unit information, etc.). Still, there are landlords who obtain a printable lease agreement and then have to hand write or type the necessary fields on the lease. To us, this is like reinventing the wheel every time you need to draw up a lease! Since LeaseRunner.com exists to make our landlords’ lives easier, we’d like to introduce you to the idea of using one of our digital standard rental lease agreements.

Pre-Populated Lease Form

So you have an idea of what we’re talking about, here is an example of a standard New York rental lease agreement which can be found in the document library at LeaseRunner.com: New York Residential Lease. As you can see, this form has certain fields that need to be populated with some information. All of this information comes from the data gathered through the rental application and the property and unit information in a landlord’s LeaseRunner account. All the landlord has to do is generate the document for his specific rental using our easy three-step process, and then send it on to his tenants.

Landlords sometimes ask us for blank lease agreements, or the ability to customize a lease or bring in their own lease that they have been using and are comfortable with. That’s not a problem, either. It’s a simple process to use your own lease and keep it in your personal documents library for future use.

So, why reinvent the wheel if you don’t have to? Check out our digital lease tool and see how you can simplify the task of writing a rental lease agreement.

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