Manage residential and commercial rental properties in Maryland with these downloadable Rental Property Management Forms. Write your tenant documents quickly and easily, save yourself time and money too!
The State of Maryland does not require property managers or community association managers to have a real estate license, however, from a professional standpoint it may be worth your while to be licensed. Potential clients are more likely to place their trust in a licensed rental manager than an unlicensed one. Licenses are issued by the Maryland Real Estate Commission.
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Take applications from prospective tenants for a rental vacancy with this Maryland Rental Application Form for Residential Tenancy.
Applicants must supply information about:
their employment history,
the amount of their current monthly expenses,
names and addresses of previous and current landlords,
personal and credit references.
Maryland Rental Application Form for Residential Tenancy
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Give potential tenants a chance to view a rental unit with this Maryland Rental Property Viewing Agreement for residential rentals.
Have the prospective tenants sign the Agreement before you provide them with a key to view the property.
They must also provide a personal item (such as a credit card) and a specified cash deposit for the key, which will be returned to them when they return the key.
This reusable rental template can be used by landlords or renta.....
Maryland landlords, hire one of your tenants to act as resident manager of your rental building with this Agreement to Act as Resident Manager
The tenant will act as resident manager of the rental building in exchange for free or reduced rent, plus a monthly management fee. The resident manager's duties and responsibilities include:
collecting rent and late fees and issuing receipts to tenants;
issuing eviction and default notices;
Maryland landlords, prepare a statement of damage deposit amounts for a residential tenant at the end of their tenancy with this
Security Deposit Refund â„ Claim Statement
The Statement sets out the amount of the original security deposit and any additional deposits, less any deductions being made for unpaid rent or utilities, cleaning charges, repair charges, etc.
It also sets out whether a refund is being paid to the tenant or if any additional amount is still owi.....