Lowndes attorney Gary M. Kaleita discusses two forms available from The Florida Bar that can help simplify the residential lease process.
By: Gary Kaleita
Many investors who own and rent out single-family homes struggle with the selection of a form of residential lease to use, especially when starting their investment portfolio. If they go to attorneys to have a residential lease prepared, it is possible (if not probable) that they will get a different recommended form from each attorney, the suitability of which will differ based on the knowledge and experience of the attorney.
In an effort to simplify this process, the Florida Supreme Court approved two different forms of residential lease that are intended to be completed by checking boxes and filling in blanks, making them relatively easy to use.
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