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Rent Increase Notice
Making it easier to increase rent without a fight

The Rent Increase Letter is a form letter which tells the tenants the amount of their rent increase, when the increase takes effect, and the new payment amount. It is a polite notice that reaffirms that all the terms and notice periods agreed in their lease will remain in full force.

Since it is ready to download for your word processor in Microsoft Word format, it will be even easier to fill in the blanks and customize it to your specific needs.

The Increase Letter comes in very handy on month to month rentals. It is also used on annual leases.

People often ask us: "How much should we raise the rent?"

Well, that depends on a few things:

  1. The market,
  2. the quality of your tenant,
  3. the availability of new tenants.

If a tenant is wonderful, we'll hold our increase down to an absolute minimum. If a tenant is lousy, he'll get a large increase. We don't want lousy tenants.

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