Rent rates are set in the lease, as well as the due date and how the rent will be processed by the landlord. As soon as you sign the lease, you’ve legally agreed to the terms, so be sure you fully understand the document before you sign.
Landlords are allowed to raise the rent once the lease has expired. If you decide to stay in the same apartment next year, you should read your new lease carefully and make sure the rates haven’t gone up. If they have, see if you can negotiate with your landlord.
The security deposit is a set amount of money that the landlord takes from you as collateral for the structural integrity and cleanliness of the house. In other words, this money is set aside by the landlord to inspire tenants to take good care of their rental property, and if you don’t, it gives them the opportunity to recoup those losses.
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Yes, appliances including a stove, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, washer, and dryer are purchased and installed by Knez.
No, pets of any sort are not permitted in your Knez home.
The security deposit is equivalent to one month of rent.
No, tenants are responsible for furnishing.
Yes, Knez requires tenants to pass a background check including a national criminal and eviction check.
All tenants must have a credit score of 680 or higher.
Yes, to rent a Knez home, all tenants must have renter’s insurance.
Yes, if a tenant is not financially independent, a cosigner will be required.
All tenants must lease their Knez home for at least 12 months.
Tenants are responsible for paying their gas, electric, water/sewer, cable, and internet bills.
Knez performs all maintenance, landscaping, and general upkeep for rented Knez properties. The tenant should ensure the home is kept in clean and sightly condition.