This addendum to the standard lease outlines the circumstances that will allow members of the military to qualify for early release from a binding rental agreement. (1 page)
Lease Option Agreement / Lease Purchase Option
Are you leasing your property with an option to buy? Use this document to clearly set forth all of the details of the transaction, including rent credits, purchase price, and time frame. (2 pages)
Security Deposit Receipt - Move In/Out Condition
Use the Security Deposit Receipt - Move In/Move Out Condition form to document property condition and needed repairs at the beginning and end of the renter’s tenancy.
Section 8 Tenancy Addendum (HUD)
Section 8 Tenant-Based Assistance Housing Choice Voucher Program (to be attached to the lease agreement) (4 pages)
New York City Window Guard Notice (Lease Addendum)
Landlords in New York City must install window guards in any apartment in which a child under the age of ten resides and in apartments where the tenant requests window guards, even if a child under ten does not reside in the apartment. Landlords are required to provide tenants with a form stating whether there are children residing in a household and to request installation of window guards. (1 page)
New York City Homeless Advantage Program Rider
This is the NYC Homeless Advantage Program Rider. The Landlord and Program Tenant agree to the terms of this addendum. The provisions of this rider shall prevail in the event of conflict. (2 pages)
New York City Rent Stabilized Rider (Form RA-LR1)
This is the New York City Rent Stabilized Rider. By law, an owner must include a copy of the Rent Stabilization Rider with a tenant's vacancy and renewal lease. The Rider describes the rights and obligations of tenants and owners under the Rent Stabilization Law. The Rider is for informational purposes only. (9 pages)
Smoke-Free Property Addendum
Create a smoke free environment with this Addendum. (1 page)
Early Lease Termination Addendum
This addendum provides terms and conditions so that a tenant may exit a lease agreement early.
Move-In/Move-Out Walk-Through Checklist
This form is designed to document the condition of a rental unit both at move-in and at move-out, to determine what damage the tenant caused.
Free Rental Application (Handwrite-In)
The rental application is the landlord’s best tool for making good decisions about prospective tenants. This comprehensive form is designed to gather all the information you’ll need from applicants.
Phone Screening Ledger
Use this convenient phone screening form to keep track of prospective tenant's information that you need to efficiently manage the selection process.
Rental Application Denial
Inform your applicants of your decision with this straightforward, federally-compliant application denial form.
Emailable Rental Application (Type-In)
This premium version of the rental application includes an e-signature and fillable fields, so your applicants can fill it out electronically, e-sign it, and email it back to you!
In the market for a new investment property -- or for a personal residence? Keep track of the properties you’ve toured with this handy log.
Housing Assistance Payments Contract (Section 8)
This form of Housing Assistance Payments Contract (HAP contract) is used to provide Section 8 tenant-based assistance
under the housing choice voucher program (voucher program) of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
New York - Buffalo Rental Registry Information
In Buffalo, NY it is required to register all rental units that are non-owner occupied and one or two family properties.
A Quitclaim Deed is used when there is a need to transfer interest in real estate from one party to another.
Abandoned Property Notice
This is an Abandonment of Property Notice used when the Landlord has sufficient proof that the rental unit is abandoned and the Tenant has left personal property behind.
Mutual Termination of Lease Tenancy
This Mutual Termination of Lease Tenancy is used when both the landlord and tenant agree to release each other from the lease agreement before the actual ending date.
New York City Required Annual Notice -Window Guards and Lead Paint
New York City law requires that tenants living in buildings with 3 or more apartments complete this form and return it to their
landlord before February 15, each year.
NYC Increase in Rent (for Rent Controlled Units)
This is the NYC Increase in Rent (for Rent Controlled Units). The rent control program generally applies to residential buildings constructed before February 1947 in municipalities that have not declared an end to the postwar rental housing emergency. A total of 51 municipalities have rent control, including New York City.
NYC Lease Renewal for Rent Stabilized Housing
This is the NYC Lease Renewal for Rent Stabilized Housing. Generally, tenants in rent stabilized apartments are offered renewal leases. The renewal lease can be for a term of one or two years, at the tenant's choice and is at a rate set by the local Rent Guidelines Board.
NYC Lease Renewal Form - EPTA
This is the NYC Lease Renewal Form - EPTA. This notice is for renewal of a lease for tenants enrolled within The Emergency Protection Act.
Was your rental property constructed prior to 1981? If so, you may be required to provide tenants with an asbestos disclosure form. (1 page)
Toxic Mold Disclosure
The EPA suggests that landlords follow a standard procedure when visible mold is sighted in a rental residence. This form documents a mold sighting and records other pertinent details of the situation. (1 page)
Buffalo Disclosure of Smoking Policy
The City of Buffalo in the State of New York requires the landlord to disclose a smoking policy, according to Chapter 264- Rental Dwelling Unit Registration. (1 page)
New York City Bed Bug Infestation Disclosure
This disclosure contains a notice that sets forth the property’s bedbug infestation history. In accordance with NYC Housing Maintenance Code, Landlords must furnish each Tenant with this such disclosure. (page 1)
Security Deposit Receipt & Disclosure
This is the Security Deposit Receipt & Disclosure. This disclosure serves as verification of payment from the tenant for the security deposit. It also confirms the location of where the deposit is being held and at what interest rate. (1 page)
NYC Child Notice for Lead Paint Compliance
This is the NYC Child Notice for Lead Paint Compliance. The law requires annual notifications by owners to all occupants as well as to occupants upon lease-up, lease renewal, and agreement to lease if there are children under 6 years of age residing in the unit. (1 page)
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure & Certification
Was your rental property constructed prior to 1978? If so, you are required to provide tenants with an EPA-compliant Lead-Based Paint Disclosure form.
Lead Paint Pamphlet (EPA) for Units Built Before 1978
Use this Lead Paint Pamphlet to protect and inform your tenants about the potential dangers of lead paint exposure and fulfill regulatory requirements.
Environmental Protection Agency Mold Guide
An informational document regarding mold, moisture, and your home. (20 pages)
HUD Bed Bug Guidelines (for HUD-Insured and Assisted Multi-Family Housing - with Form)
This is the HUD Bed-Bug Notice H 2012-5.
Bed Bug infestations have become a serious problem in housing throughout the country. HUD Insured and Assisted Multifamily properties are not immune to infestations. This Notice provides information regarding the prevention and control of Bed Bug infestations.
Rental Agreement (Month-to-Month)
Today's leasing law is a complex blend of both common and statutory law, so our rental agreement guides you through local laws as you go to ensure compliance!
New York Lease Agreement
This New York lease agreement package is customizable, and can optionally include New York City or Buffalo additional disclosures as well as guidance with New York state regulations.
New York How To Prepare for a Landlord Tenant Trial
This booklet may help you understand the general rules and procedures of a Housing Court trial.
Written by Hon. Magaret Cammer,
Civil Court of the City of New York.
New York Demand For Rent
Before a non-payment court proceeding occurs, the outstanding rent must be demanded giving the tenant at least 3 days to pay the rent.
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