Do you manage rental properties? We can help make your job a lot easier with these ready-made template Rental Property Management Forms for residential and commercial premises in North Carolina.
North Carolina property managers are required to be licensed as real estate brokers. However, there are exceptions to this rule. Resident (on-site) managers and employees of real estate brokers working on behalf of the landlord do not have to be licensed brokers so long as they do not negotiate leases, rents or deposit amounts.
To obtain a broker's license, applicants must take the required pre-license course and pass the examination. Brokers with licenses valid in other states will still have to re-qualify for their license in North Carolina, as of February 2012.
Take applications from prospective tenants for a rental vacancy with this North Carolina Rental Application Form for Residential Tenancy.
Applicants must supply information about:
their employment history,
what they currently pay in monthly expenses,
names and addresses of previous and current landlords,
personal and credit references.
This North Carolina Rental Application Form for Residential Tenancy is a downloadable template for landlords and rental property managers. Great for multi-unit buildings - buy it once, use it as often as you require.