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Keeping up with all of the residential landlord-tenant laws in Tennessee can be a real challenge. Landlords and property managers are expected to know the laws which cover everything from registration of rental property to the proper handling of tenant security deposits. Keeping up with all of the states mandates requires support and resources like the ones you’ll find on our resources page and throughout the site.

When you need the help of your fellow landlords and property managers in Tennessee and around the country, just visit our forum page to communicate with people who understand the business and are going through the same things you are. Need a way to screen your tenants? Click on our tenant screening tab which will help you screen tenants in just a few short minutes.

No landlord should ever be without up to date relevant information, that’s why we have a plethora of educational articles for you to peruse. You can find those articles by clicking on the resources tab and going to the articles section. We cover every relevant industry topic. While there you can also find Tennessee State law summary.

In short, while being a landlord has it challenges, but it does get a little easier when you have the tools and resources you need.

Tennessee Residential Lease Agreements

Tennessee Lease There are so many benefits to our Tennessee-specific lease agreement that it would be difficult to name them all, but we will share that our state-assists are second to none in providing landlords and property managers with the assurance they need if ever confronted with a lawsuit. Not only do our leases have the seal of approval from attorneys who know Tennessee landlord-tenant laws, but the state assists makes you aware of them too. We also have to mention the lease is not just a document, but consists of a complete package of amendments, disclosures and notices- all the tools you need to be confident in what you do.

Tennessee Landlord Forms

Tennessee Rental Forms Tennessee 14 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate
The Tennessee 14 Day Notice is an eviction notice that gives tenants fourteen days to pay the past due rent or vacate the premises.

Tennessee Landlord and Tenant Act Consumer Information
This landlord-tenant brochure is published by the Tennessee Consumer Affairs Division.

Tennessee Rental-Purchase Agreement Act
Tennesee has specific criteria for Lease Purchases. This is the entire Act.

Tennessee Lease Agreement with eSign
Now with eSign!!!! Tennessee has its own specific landlord-tenant laws, which we will walk you through as you create your Tennessee lease agreement.

Tennessee 7 Day Notice to Vacate
Use the Tennessee 7 Day Notice to Vacate on a tenant who has re-offended within 6 months of an offense where notice was previously given.

Tennessee 3 Day Notice to Vacate for Dangerous Behavior
This Tennessee 3 Day Notice to Vacate is designed to be used for dangerous crimes and behavior so that the offending tenant can be removed quickly.

Tennessee 30 Day Notice to Cure or Vacate
The 30 Day Notice warns the tenant to cure the default (when applicable) in 14 days, vacate within 30 days, OR face eviction.

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Tennessee Attorneys

Tennessee Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
John B. Philip
Crislip, Philip & Associates
www.crislipphilip.com
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Memphis, TN
  John Samuel Cross
Law Office of J. Samuel Cross
www.jsamuelcrosslaw.com
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Franklin, TN
Leigh Ann Roberts
Papa & Roberts, PLLC
www.paparoberts.com
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Brentwood, TN
  Timothy H. Nichols
Law Office of Timothy H. Nichols, PLLC
www.tnicholslaw.com
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Nashville, TN

Tennessee Links and Resources

Tennessee Rental Resources Tennessee Landlord / Tenant Brochure
This official landlord-tenant brochure summarizes the obligations of both landlords and tenants in Tennessee.
www.tn.gov/consumer/lanlord.shtml

Tennessee Real Estate Investment Clubs

Tennessee Landlord Clubs
Chattanooga Real Estate Investors Association, Chattanooga, TN
www.chattareia.com
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Greater Chattanooga REIA, TN
www.chattanoogareia.com
Meeting Time: Every 3rd Monday of the Month, 6:00 pm  More Tennessee Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Memphis Investors Group, Germantown, TN
www.memphisinvestorsgroup.com
Meeting Time: 2nd Thursday,of every month, 6:00 pm., Number of Members: 450  More Tennessee Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Real Estate Investors of Nashville, Nashville, TN
www.reintn.net
Meeting Time: 2nd Monday, 6:00 pm., Number of Members: 650  More Tennessee Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Tennessee Real Estate Investors Association, Brentwood, TN
tnreia.com
Meeting Time: Every Monday, 11:30 am  More Tennessee Real Estate Investment Clubs »

Tennessee Real Estate Investment Articles

Tennessee Rental Articles
Tennessee Landlord Tenant Law and Regulations
Posted March 11, 2010
Tennessee landlord-tenant laws can be confusing, so we compiled a FAQ summary for easy reference among TN property managers and landlords.

Should I Call My Tenant's Previous Landlords?
Posted November 28, 2016
Applicants for your rental property completed their forms, agreed to a background checked and showed you recent pay stubs to verify their income. You've met with them and have a good feeling in your gut. It's decision time, right? Well, not quite. You have a few more questions to ask before you should sign a lease with these applicants. But the answers are only a phone call away. Obtain your applicant's permission, and then reach out to current and former landlords and interview them. These people have, or had, a relationship with your applicant. Ask if the tenant pays or paid rent on time. Ask if they took care of the unit during their time there. Ask whether neighbors ever complained about the tenant.

The Accidental Landlord: Should We Try Renting Out Our Old House?
Posted November 14, 2016
Carrie Kirby and her family faced a tough choice when they left Chicago in 2012 to return to California. The Chicago Tribune columnist wrote about having to decide between selling her and her husband's Illinois home at a loss or becoming landlords. They chose the latter. Many homeowners confront this same scenario, as circumstances force a family to move. It could be landing a new job, searching for better schools or even inheriting a property. With the housing market beginning to pick up, many hope that selling the old house will be a snap, but the fear is that if it doesn't sell quickly, there will be two mortgages to pay.

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