|Written by Peggy Hazelwood|
If you own rental properties, you know that miscellaneous expenses add up quickly. One way to save money with rentals is to get free rental applications.
When you need to screen tenants, they must fill out a rental application so you can check them out. From their job to their current living situation to their references, it just makes sense to have a complete history of applicants before you consider renting to them.
Check with your local landlord association to see if they offer free rental applications. Often as a member, or just by asking, you have access to numerous resources and the help of more seasoned landlords who have experience under their belts.
Search the Internet for "free rental applications" or "free rental application forms." You will find many options for getting free forms to use to screen tenants or prospective renters.
Search some of these Web sites online:
Accurate Credit Bureau
EZ Landlord Forms
Free Legal Documents
Also see:Ā How to Minimize Tenant Landlord Problems