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Arkansas Rental Agreement

Arkansas Rental Agreement Forms and Landlord Resources

Arkansas has a more favorable climate for landlords than almost anywhere else in the United States. The law allows a landlord to evict a tenant who fails to pay rent on time, regardless of the circumstances. Arkansas is the only state that does not recognize an implied warranty of habitability (limiting the landlord’s liability for accidents on the property), and property taxes in Arkansas are among the lowest in the nation. But even though Arkansas tenants rent their properties in “as is” condition, that does not mean that the landlord has no responsibility for the safety of the property or the well-being of their tenants. No Arkansas landlord should go it alone; luckily, you don’t have to.

Our Arkansas lease agreement strikes just the right balance between the information you need to know and the breadth of options you have as a landlord. To customize your Arkansas-specific lease agreement, you need only fill out our lease builder wizard, where you’ll find State Assist tips to let you know whether Arkansas law will impact your lease. When you want to tap into the knowledge of fellow landlords and real estate professionals, rely on our online forum. To keep up to date on industry trends, use our searchable articles and news items. If you need the expertise of a local real estate attorney or investment club, we can direct you to those as well, with our directories. We can even help you run background checks and credit reports on your potential tenants.

Arkansas is a good place to be a landlord, and EZLandlordforms.com is a great partner to have on your side. With the resources you need, the management tools you want, and the people-power to pull it all together, we can help you every step of the way.

Arkansas Residential Lease Agreements

Arkansas Lease Arkansas is a hospitable state for landlords. It does not place as many burdens on the landlord as other states. But that doesn’t mean an Arkansas lease shouldn’t be completed carefully. Our easy-to-customize lease builder wizard asks you the questions that an Arkansas landlord should answer. Take our lease builder wizard for a test drive below, and see how easy completing an Arkansas lease can be.

Arkansas Landlord Forms

Arkansas Rental Forms Arkansas 14 Day Notice of Default
The Arkansas 14 Day Notice of Default is used when a tenant has violated their lease agreement for something other than non-payment of rent.

Arkansas Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign. Like all states, Arkansas has its own strict landlord-tenant laws, that must be followed when filling out an Arkansas lease agreement.

Arkansas 5 Day Notice of Default for Non-Payment of Rent
The Arkansas 5 Day Notice of Default for Non-Payment of Rent is used to inform tenants of amount past due and time they have to make payment prior to eviction.

Browse more Arkansas rental forms here.

Arkansas Attorneys

Arkansas Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
David E. Simmons
David E. Simmons Attorney At Law
www.davidesimmonslaw.com
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Little Rock, AR
  Jason D. Bolden
Jason D. Bolden Attorney at Law
jasonbolden.com
  (Details)
Little Rock, AR

Arkansas Links and Resources

Arkansas Rental Resources Arkansas Landlord Tenant Rights - What You Should Know
Landlord Tenant Information
arkansasag.gov

Arkansas Real Estate Investment Clubs

Arkansas Landlord Clubs
Central Arkansas Real Estate Investors Association, North Little Rock, AR
www.carreia.com/
Meeting Time: Last Thursday of month, 6:30pm  More Arkansas Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Arkansas Real Estate Investment Articles

Arkansas Rental Articles
Arkansas Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted July 21, 2009
EZLandlordForms and attorney David E. Simmons break down common Arkansas landlord-tenant law questions and answers.

Writing a lease for a self-employed tenant
Posted November 25, 2018
When my tenant is self-employed, how should I compose my lease?

Should I Let A Tenant Exchange Repairs For Rent
Posted November 25, 2018
Should I exchange rent for repairs on the house? It sounds like an appealing arrangement at first glance: your tenant has offered to perform repairs or improvements to your home in exchange for rent. Your mind may race to all of the needed repairs or desired improvements that your willing laborer could perform. Having your tenant perform the repairs frees you up from the tiresome process of meeting with contractors, obtaining quotes, and having the liquid capital to pay the bill.

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