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How do I sign an owner agreement?

The Owner Agreement is an important document that determines and regulates the relationship between the Owner/Co-owners on one end and the Property Manager on the other. This contract usually includes all necessary terms and conditions like reserves, management and service fees, property manager authority, etc. 

TenantCloud allows Property Managers and Owners to sign an Owner Agreements directly from their Dashboard. If your Property Manager has sent you an Owner Agreement, you will receive an appropriate email notification:

How do I sign an owner agreement?

 

To sign the Owner Agreement, please log in to your account. In the top-left corner of your Dashboard, you will find the "Connection" widget that will display all the information about the Agreement sent to you by your Property Manager. Click the "Review & Sign the Agreement" button to view the agreement details and sign the document:

How do I sign an owner agreement?

 

Check that all the provided information is correct and then press the "Continue" button at the bottom of the page. Review the Owner Agreement verbiage and check that all the provided information is clear and correct. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the "Sign Here" section at the bottom right corner of the page:

How do I sign an owner agreement?

How do I sign an owner agreement?

 

Enter your full name and initials in the appropriate fields. You can also draw your personal signature, if you like. For that option, click the "Draw Signature" button and draw your signature in the appropriate field. Press the "Agree & Sign" button to apply your signature to the agreement. Do not forget to add your initials.

How do I sign an owner agreement?

Then click the "Sign the Agreement" button at the bottom of the page to complete the process. The signed agreement will be added to your File Manager:

How do I sign an owner agreement?

 

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Last updated:
Mar. 6th, 2019

 

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