A Lease Agreement is a contract between a lessor, the loaning party, and a lessee, the renting party. A lease is most commonly used when renting residential real estate but may be used for any type of real or personal property.
Free State Specific Lease Agreements
Commercial Lease Agreement – A Commercial Lease Agreement is used to lease a property such as retail, industrial or office space to an individual or a business entity. Executing a commercial lease will legally bind the lessor and lessee into a contract that will typically either be Net (triple net), Gross, or Modified Gross.
Commercial Lease Application – A Commercial Lease Application is used to background check a prospective tenant before a commercial lease agreement is considered.
Month to Month Lease Agreement – A Monthly Rental Agreement is a short term or periodic lease that allows flexibility for both the landlord and tenant. It’s typically used more by individuals seeking for a roommate off Craigslist, AirBnb, or HomeAway, however it’s not uncommon to see it used by an actual management company or landlord.
Residential Rental Application – A Residential Rental Application is used by landlords and management companies to screen a potential tenant seeking to lease a residential property or unit.
Residential Sublease Agreement – A Sublease Agreement is a binding contract between an original tenant and a subtenant. When given proper authorization by the landlord, the original tenant may use a sublease agreement to re-lease (sublease) the property.
Standard Residential Lease Agreement (Most Popular) – A Standard Residential Lease Agreement, which normally occurs for one (1) year, is a binding legal contract which hold the tenant to pay monthly payments on time in return to live in a dwelling (home, apartment, unit, etc.)