Printable Real Estate Collection
FreePrintable.net, which comprises more than 100 websites of free printable templates for home and business purposes, has dozens of forms useful for real estate and rental purposes. This packet, with 50 curated designs, features the best and most popular templates available at BusinessFormTemplate.com, along with several bonus forms from PrintableContracts.com and PrintableCashReceipts.com.
Whether you’re a prospective tenant, a landlord looking to lease, a homebuyer, or selling property, it’s important to know what to include in your contract. These sample agreements include everything from a rental contract to a pet addendum to a sublease form.
Landlord forms can help those managing properties stay organized. There is an inspection checklist, an open house sign-in sheet, a maintenance form and even a legal petition to evict a troublesome tenant. These forms are not a substitute for legal advisement.
Letters from Landlord
Communication is key to maintaining a good relationship with tenants. These sample letters from a landlord address everything from eviction to noise complaints to making repairs to overdue rent to the renewal of a lease. Wording is often important—be sure to consult with a lawyer in the event that you need to exercise state or federal rights when it comes to your property.
Letters from Tenant
Keep a clear paper trail when it comes to altering or leaving rented property for future reference. These letters to a landlord cover repair requests, intent to vacate, complaints, lease renewals, and extensions. Be sure to consult a lawyer or legal services agency if you are considering bringing legal action against a landlord.
Rent receipts verify that payment was made—for rented property, security deposits, and more.
Tenants and Buyers
Prospective tenants or homebuyers can use these forms to appraise property, comparison shop for features, and inspect property before making a decision.
Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, lease or rent, these papers can all be printed as a PDF or DOC file. Choose between color (when available) and black and white, and remember to always print at 100% so that the designs stay true to size.