Fortunately for you, Rez-One allows subletting and although we cannot guarantee that you will find a tenant, we will help you in any way possible. Rez-One will usually try to keep a waiting list of potential tenants which is a great place to start and can make advertising unnecessary. Here are some tips on what to do to sublet since with Rez-One: Once you have found a subtenant, you design a contract containing details such as the duration of the subletting, contact information, monthly rent, number of people living in the apartment/house, maintenance needs, etc. Make sure the subtenant is the commander and that you sign the contract. Keep the original and create copies for the subtenant and your landlord. Make sure in your contract that you also deposit a security deposit that you can use in case of repairs or maintenance required while your seat is sublet. Models of non-compliance contracts can also be found online or ask your owner for recommendations. Read your lease carefully to find out if he sublet you or not. If it is said that you cannot sublet, you should speak to your landlord, who must provide you with written proof of why it is not advisable to sublet. You also want to make sure that your roommates can sublet your room with you; If they all agree, it is a good idea to get their consent in writing, so if problems arise, you have documents to show that they agree. A sublease is a house/room/unit rented for a short period (usually 4 or 8 months) by someone who rents this property for a longer period (usually 12 months). Respect your rights of customers.
There are certain laws that prohibit landlords from refusing subtenant proposals without a plausible reason. However, there are also laws that set limits on which they can sublet for how long. We advise you to make a written request for your landlord`s consent for the subletting of your apartment. Be sure to include important information such as the length you want to sublet for and the written permission of your roommates. It is almost impossible to find a place for short-term rent for people who, because of the conditions of cooperation, work, the end of the semester, travel plans, etc., must constantly enter and move home. Finding a place that can burst is difficult and extra stress if you should focus your time on your studies and work. Many students choose a 12-month rent with plans they want to sublet during months they do not use. This task can be a challenge, because not only does it have to find a tenant to fill your place, but you also want to find someone reliable and responsible. Another subletting problem is that you have to constantly move your belongings in and out of space, which will take a long time. Edit: Can someone accept my lease? How can I manage this process? There are many sites you can use to promote your support, including UW Off-Campus Student Housing, Places4Students.com and Kijiji.