This popular software currently makes it easy to create rental leases and modify them to suit individual needs, and now it is part of a number of other tools to aid the property manager.
Austin TX (PRWEB) December 01, 2013
The Lease Designer software includes generic sample leases that can be easily customized by the end user. Starting from the sample lease, the end-user can add one or more of 200 templates for clauses that cover a wide range of topics. These topics are categorized into 14 major categories such as Damage Clauses, Maintenance Clauses, Move-in and Move-out checklists, Pet Addendums and more. As the lease is built, the user can save the created document as a future template. In addition to the leases and clauses, the user also has access to pre-written ‘house rules’, which can be added to the end of the lease. House rules are generally separate but enforceable rules of conduct that become part of the lease contract. They cover topics such as visitors allowed, pool privileges, parking rules, trash removal, or other rules that the tenants must follow.
Now, the Lease Designer website has added additional tools for the landlord, including an assortment of handpicked and industry related books. These books cover topics such as the legal aspects of property management, how to keep satisfied tenants, real estate investment, and more. In addition to books, the site is now offering forms for property managers, such as management agreements, independent contractor agreements, tenant incentives, and many other similar documents.
The Lease Designer templates were created by Mr. Landlord, a landlording expert and noted public speaker. The software utilizes the templates and allows for customization, along with the easy creation of documents that are tailored specifically to the needs of the customer.
As part of the tools used by rental managers, the website also offers popular software products, such as the Tenant File for rental property management. Some of the most popular items are packaged in bundles, with discounts for the customer that wants to purchase multiple items.
The Lease Designer site was created by Tenant File to provide additional resources for property managers and to offer the Lease Designer software to the general public. By combining over 20 years of experience in the real estate industry with helpful forms and lease development tools, landlords have a valuable resource for growing their business without having to worry about creating their own complicated documents.