Learning your landlord tenant rights doesn't have to be a drag. Join us as we explain your landlord and tenant rights in plain English.
Knowing what you can and cannot as a landlord or tenant is essential when you're renting a property. While it's easy to find your landlord tenant laws online, they're often written in cryptic legalese that makes it really hard and frustrating for most landlords and tenants to understand.
That's where we come in. We take the confusing, jargon-laced language and break it down into plain English... making it a breeze for you to understand your landlord tenant rights.
If you have any important questions on your landlord and tenant rights, you should always ask a real estate lawyer for advice.
Landlord Tenant Rights for the United States
PART 1: Landlord's Rights - Security Deposit and Property Maintenance
PART 2: Rights of Landlords - Property Entry and Lease Termination
There are many questions a landlord has to answer when managing rental properties and tenants. "When can I deduct money from the security deposit?" or "Can I enter the property to conduct inspections?" - Our landlord rights guide shall reveal the answers to all these important questions and much more.
PART 1: Renter's Rights - Security Deposit and Property Maintenance
PART 2: Tenant's Rights - Property Access and Lease Termination
As a tenant, it's imperative to know your legal rights - It's the most effective protection you can have against an unscrupulous landlord or unfair practices. Learn what are the dos and don'ts of being a tenant today.
Recommended Resources for Getting Legal Advice
JustAnswer - Ask a Real Estate Lawyer Online
If you have any landlord tenant issues, most people will tell you to look for a real estate lawyer. That is good advice but hiring a real estate lawyer isn't cheap - It is often not worth the cost or hassle for most landlord tenant disputes (unless you are in a lot of trouble).
For most issues, It is just much cheaper and easier to ask a real estate lawyer for answers on JustAnswer. JustAnswer gets the thumbs up from us because:
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