Property Management Transfer or New Landlord Notice to Tenant
Transferring Property Management Responsibilities and need to Notify the Tenant?
In the event you decide to hire a property manager for your occupied rental property, you'll need to officially notify the existing advise the tenants of the change in management and other details affecting their tenancy.
The New Property Management Transfer Notification form will help you break the news to the tenant that there will be a new manager in charge of the rental.
The notice also explains that the lease agreement remains unaffected during the transfer of management and that all the terms and agreements therein are still in force. The form also introduces the identity of the new property manager or management company and instructs the tenant where, to whom and how to pay the rent. Of course, the form is fully editable in MS Word and more information such as plans to inspect the premises or meet in person can be added in.
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