Generally, a lease becomes binding when all parties, including all landlords, tenants and guarantors, have signed the lease agreement.
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- When does my lease become legally binding?
- What’s included in my rental lease?
- Why do I need to log in to view my lease?
- How can my tenants access their lease agreement once I’ve shared it with them?
- What if my tenants have additional questions about their obligations under the lease?
- Once I’ve sent my tenant the lease, can I see if they’ve completed their setup?
- I own more than than one rental property. Can I use Zillow Rental Manager to create leases for all my properties?
- My state/city/county has specific rental policies — are you compliant?
- How do I share the lease with the guarantor?
- Once I’ve filled out the lease questionnaire, how do I send the lease to my tenant(s) to review?