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Mobile Home Rental Agreement

A mobile home rental agreement is a contract between the owner of a mobile home and a tenant. One of the unique features of mobile homes is their mobility- you can move house around.

Just like other rental agreements, a mobile home lot rental agreement includes the following provisions:

  • The premises information such as mobile home model & year, serial number.
  • Rent payment
  • Security deposit
  • Mobile home guidelines
  • Landlords information
  • Tenants information
  • Disclosures

There are two types of rental lease agreements involving mobile home, one which consists in renting both a mobile home and also the land on which it sits from a landlord.

Mobile Home Rental Agreement Form Section

Our mobile home lease agreement form is easy to fill and 100% customizable. You can quickly set when the rental agreement begins and when it ends unless it’s renewed.

On the second section of our mobile home lease agreement, you can set the premises guidelines by simply choosing “yes” or “no” from the questions given.

If no smoking or no pets are allowed in the mobile home, click on “no” option and you’re set. In the united states, different states have different laws regarding notices given to tenants for the landlord to enter the premises for non-emergency reasons. The last part on the “premises guidelines” will let you indicate the number of days’ notice for non-emergency.

Does the mobile home have more than one landlord? No problem we’ve got you covered and you can easily capture the second landlord information. You can also customize how the tenant will pay rent- you can choose either on a weekly basis, monthly, after three months, six months or annual basis and the mode of rent payment.

If you would like to add a penalty for late payment, click “yes” and it’ll expand where you can add the amount to be charged and the number of day’s equivalent to the penalty.

Different states in the United States have different laws that restrict the amount a landlord can demand as a security deposit. If the premises occupant is required to pay a security deposit, simply click on “yes” and it’ll expand a section where you can add the amount to be paid as a deposit. But remember to confirm with the respective state laws to stay within the allowable security deposit limit. You don’t want to be in violation.

The federal law requires that all the residential buildings erected before 1978 to have lead paint disclosure. Our mobile home rental agreement allows you to include a lead paint disclosure if the mobile home was built before 1978.

The mobile home rental agreement form also allows you to add other details such as when the agreement will be signed and the number of witnesses. You can also add other custom fields on the rental agreement form to capture details not included on but important for both parties. Just hit “Create My Agreement” to have the document ready after you have it completely filled it and we’ll avail you with a downloadable rental agreement form.