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How do I sign the lease agreement?
Once you are connected with your landlord/property manager, you must have a shared lease in order to view the rental information, pay rent online, submit maintenance requests, and much more.
You can view the available lease agreements and rental information on the homepage (accessed from the left menu of your dashboard).
- To be able to sign a lease, you must be connected with your landlord/property manager.
If you are not connected with your landlord, this article might be helpful:
If your landlord or property manager has required you to e-sign a lease agreement using TenantCloud, please log in to your account, and you will be automatically redirected to the homepage displaying the pending agreement. Click on the "Sign Agreement" button:
You will be redirected to a page with the lease agreement which consists of three steps:
Step 1: Carefully review the lease dates, transactions, and other information.
On the first step, you should carefully check all the lease details: lease dates, residents' information, recurring transactions, late fees, and utilities.
Click on "Continue" button to move to the second step:
Step 2: If Renters Insurance is required, get one or provide the one you have.
Your landlord can require you to purchase Renters Insurance as a part of the move-in process. If it is required by your landlord, press the “Get a Quote” button and view the options.
Alternatively, you can provide your own insurance by clicking on "I have Renters Insurance,” if you already have your own insurance policy:
If renters insurance is not required, you can click on the ''Skip'' button to proceed and sign the agreement.
Step 3: Read carefully the rental and other agreements and sign online.
On this step, carefully review your lease agreements and other attachments provided by your landlord.
Watch the video guide to learn more:
Congratulations! The lease agreement has been signed and is active.
June 16, 2020