Download Our Free Guide to Renting an Apartment
Renting apartments is a year-round event. Whether you're a college student searching for a temporary study hovel, a swinging bachelor wanting to impress, or a lovey-dovey couple looking to roost, finding a place can be tough.
But don't worry, FindLaw is here to help. We've just rolled our latest guide "The FindLaw Guide to Renting an Apartment: Know Your Rights as a Tenant."
You can download, view, and share the PDF brochure for free.
The guide offers quick summaries of FindLaw's numerous in-depth articles on apartment renting. It features concise explanations to common landlord-tenant issues, because let's face it, sometimes you just don't want to read a lot. So what's inside?
You'll be able to find fast and useful answers to rental questions like:
How much do you have to put down for a security deposit?
What are the different ways to renew a lease agreement?
What things have to be repaired or maintained by the landlord?
How soon can an eviction happen?
Though rental laws vary from state to state, there are some common issues that often arise in most landlord-tenant situations. The free downloadable guide resolves many of these frequent issues in an easy-to-understand way.
And if your particular rental problem requires a more detailed response, the FindLaw mini guide can point you in the right direction. It gives a general overview that can help you track down a more in-depth explanation on FindLaw's landlord-tenant law section.
And if you're still lost, you can also post your question on FindLaw Answers' rental law discussion forum. Also, don't forget that you can always connect with a local landlord-tenant lawyer in your area, too.
So if you're planning to rent an apartment or home, download the new FindLaw mini guide first to learn about your rights.
The FindLaw Guide to Renting an Apartment: Know Your Rights as a Tenant (Free PDF Download)
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