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What is the difference between Separate and Combined lease types?
When you move in your tenant(s), the type of lease you choose depends on how you want your tenant(s) to pay.
The first type of lease is separate. With a separate lease, you can move in one tenant that will be individually responsible for rent and other invoices you add to the lease. The system creates a separate lease which you can add roommates to later.
If you move in more than one tenant to the same unit with a separate lease, each tenant will see their own lease information and invoices and cannot pay jointly. This type of lease would be used if tenants live in the same home but rent each room separately:
With a combined lease, all the tenants are collectively responsible for the whole rent invoice and other invoices. All tenants see the same lease and lease transactions. The tenants can pay partially, or one tenant can pay the whole invoice amount. This type of lease would be used if a husband and wife rent the unit or if college roommates share the same rental:
Oct. 25th, 2019