Alabama

Use these downloadable Rental Property Management Forms to easily prepare rental applications and other tenant forms for Alabama properties.


Property management is considered a real estate activity in Alabama, so anyone performing activities such as leasing, renting, listing rental properties, or negotiating leases and tenancy agreements must be a licensed real estate broker. However, this requirement does not apply to managers of apartment buildings, although it does apply to managers of condominiums.

The Alabama Real Estate Commission requires that any real estate company managing an apartment complex must deposit rent, damage deposits and other tenant payments into a trust account.
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