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3-Day Notice to Cure Violations or Move Out

$1.00$10.00
Notice landlords serve to their tenants when they are in violation of their rental agreement – such as breach of house rules, pool rules, unpaid monies other than rent. First step to initiate an Unlawful Detainer case. Sold in pads of 50 or increments of 10 sheets.

30-Day Notice to Move Out

$1.00$10.00
Notice landlords serve to their tenants who have lived in their apartment 12 months or less to terminate their tenancy. Please note, some ordinances prevent or limit landlords from terminating tenancy. Sold in pads of 50.

60-Day Notice to Change the Terms of Your Rental Agreement

$1.00$10.00
Notice landlords serve to their tenants when they want to change terms of tenancy, such as rent increases over 10%. Other than rent increases over 10%, most changes in terms of tenancy only require a 30 day notice. Please note, some ordinances prevent certain changes. Sold in pads of 50 or increments of 10 sheets.

60-Day Notice to Move Out

$1.00$10.00
Notice landlords serve to their tenants who have lived in their apartment over 12 months to terminate their tenancy. Please note, some ordinances prevent or limit landlords from terminating tenancy. Sold in pads of 50.

90-Day Notice to Move Out

$1.00$10.00
Notice landlords serve to their Sec 8 tenants to terminate their tenancy. Make sure you are in compliance with Sec 8 and ordinances that may prevent or limit landlords from terminating tenancy. Sold in pads of 50.

Application To Rent or lease

$1.00$10.00
Rental application landlords can give to their prospective tenants to give them information they need to make a decision whether to rent to them or not. Sold in pads of 50.

Co-Signer Agreement

$1.00$10.00
Lease Addendum: for tenant’s co-signer to sign to take financial responsibility for the lease. Sold in pads of 50.

Fair Housing Poster

$10.00$20.00

Federal fair housing law requires every property with four or more units to have a federal fair housing poster displayed in a conspicuous location. This can be in the rental office or someplace that is visible to both prospective tenants when they apply, and residents. In addition, this fair housing poster must be at minimum 11 inches by 14 inches to be in compliance – our posters are 11 inches by 17 inches.