Wisconsin Rental Agreement

Wisconsin Lease & Property Management Resources

Knowing that WI landlords are not allowed to collect the last month’s rent in advance is just one of the nuances of WI residential landlord-tenant laws landlords and property managers must be aware of. You’ll find this information and more in our convenient state assist located throughout our lease builder wizard. Our lease wizard is just one of many benefits you’ll find on the site. Do yourself a favor and take a tour of our forms which includes notices to tenants about such things as lawn violations, late payment reminders, and eviction notices to name a few. We have over 800 forms for you to choose from to run your business smoothly. But it doesn’t stop there and neither should you. Educate yourself on the latest news around the industry with our articles and new landlord guide. Wondering what the latest laws are affecting Wisconsin landlords? Find out by viewing our State Laws Summary page.

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Wisconsin Residential Lease Agreements

Wisconsin Lease The Wisconsin lease agreement has many benefits for landlords beyond just a legally sound document. It comes as part of a package with as many documents as you will need to cover every aspect of your rental property from Tenant Welcome letters to mandatory disclosures and addenda. Did we mention how easy it is to use? You can complete your entire lease agreement complete with relevant documents in less than 15 minutes, in most cases. Now we consider that a big plus for a busy landlord.

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Wisconsin Landlord Forms

Wisconsin Rental Forms Wisconsin Check-In/Out Condition Report
The Wisconsin Condition Report is a must have when renting out your property. This form ensures liability for damages during the tenancy.

Wisconsin Non-Standard Lease Provisions Addendum
The Wisconsin Non-Standard Lease Provisions Addendum clearly states and lists the fees and any possible deductions during the tenancy.

Wisconsin Rent Certificate
This is the Wisconsin Rent Certificate. A rent certificate is used to verify the rent paid to occupy a Wisconsin rental property. Such rentals include, a room, apartment, mobile or manufactured home, house, etc.

Wisconsin Lease Renewal OR Notice to Vacate
Use this Wisconsin Lease Renewal OR Notice to Vacate form at the end of the tenancy to give your tenant the option to renew or vacate.

Wisconsin Lease Agreement
Being a Wisconsin landlord it is important to have all of the proper forms like the ezLandlord Forms's Wisconsin Lease Agreement.

Wisconsin 5 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate
This notice is used, to inform a tenant who is late with a rental payment to pay or vacate within 5 days. The Wisconsin 5 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate is used for tenants on a month to month lease OR for tenancies of less than one year, when the tenant has failed to pay rent for the first time.

Wisconsin 30 Day Notice to Cure or Vacate
The “30 Day Notice to Cure or Vacate Premises” is a warning, stating that the tenant has violated a lease agreement and/or is late with rent and must pay or fix the violation, vacate the premises OR face eviction. This notice is used for tenants with leases of more then one year.

Wisconsin 14 Day Notice to Vacate
Under a 14 Day Notice the tenancy will terminate at the end of the 14 days and the tenant has no right to cure. At the end of the 14 days the landlord is entitled to file an eviction to remove the tenant if they have not vacated.

Wisconsin 28 Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy
The 28 Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy is used to end a periodic tenancy for any reason or no reason at all.

Wisconsin 5 Day Notice to Cure or Vacate
The “5 Day Notice to Cure or Vacate” is a warning, stating that the tenant has violated a lease agreement and must fix the violation, vacate the premises OR face eviction.

Wisconsin 5 Day Notice to Vacate (Drug Offense)
Use this form after police authorities have formally notified you of drug related activity on or around the rented premises.

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Wisconsin Attorneys

Wisconsin Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
Brian A. Schuk
Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP
Delavan, WI
  David R. Friedman
Friedman Law Firm
Madison, WI
Ethan T. Miller
W.R. Stewart & Associates, S.C.
Madison, WI
  Evan E. Knupp, Esq.
Roney & Knupp, LLC
Milwaukee, WI
Jason A. Greller
Jason A. Greller - Real Estate Lawyer, SC
Madison, WI

Wisconsin Links and Resources

Wisconsin Rental Resources Wisconsin Law Page-Landlord Tenant Issue's
This Landlord Tenant Overview provides the basic rules surrounding a variety of issues that may arise in the landlord/tenant arena.

Wisconsin Real Estate Investment Clubs

Wisconsin Landlord Clubs
Green Bay REIA, Green Bay, WI
Meeting Time: 1st Wed & 3rd Thurs of Mo. 6pm Registration 6:30 Start  More Wisconsin Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Midwest Investment Club, Madison, WI
Meeting Time: 1st and 3rd Thursday @ 7 pm., Number of Members: 200  More Wisconsin Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Milwaukee Real Estate Investors Group (RING), Milwaukee, WI
Meeting Time: 1st Tuesday, 6:00 pm., Number of Members: 200  More Wisconsin Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Wisconsin Real Estate Investment Articles

Wisconsin Rental Articles
Wisconsin Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted February 22, 2010
It’s important when creating a Wisconsin Rental Lease Agreement that you are in compliance with state regulations. Below are some important points that have been provided in a Question and Answer format by ezlandlordforms.com.

RealtyTrac Backpedals & Reverses Move to Display Controversial Neighborhood Data
Posted April 08, 2014
RealtyTrac reversed course this week, rescinding its recent move to include comprehensive additional data alongside real estate listings.

Why Are Mortgage Loans at a 14-Year Low?
Posted April 08, 2014
Many analysts are scratching their heads as mortgage originations reach a low not seen since 2000, as several causes of the problem emerge.

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