Sample of a Tenancy Agreement Letter
25 Hudson Street
May 14, 2013
Dear Mr. Hampton,
I am writing this letter to formally set out the terms of your tenancy agreement. As per our discussion, you (Mr. Hampton) will be staying as a tenant at my (Mr. Smith) property, located at 28 Carlton Avenue, starting June 1, 2013.
Before the commencement of the tenancy you will be required to pay 3 months’ rent in advance along with a $1,000 security deposit. The total amount to be paid on or before the June 1, 2013 is $1,000 + (3 x $1,200) = $4,600.
Moreover, we will be taking a tour of the apartment together before the commencement of the tenancy to assess the state of affairs and condition of the property. After the initial assessment, any damage caused to the property or items on the property will be paid for by the tenant (Mr. Hampton)
The landlord (Mr. Smith) will be liable for maintenance of utilities, but all bills will be paid for by the tenant. The tenant will also get parking space allowance for one vehicle.
In case one party wishes to terminate this contract, a 3-month notice will need to be given to the other party.
If there are any terms you have concerns regarding, please feel free to object.
123 Main St.3
Template of a Tenancy Agreement Letter
Dear [Tenant’s Name],
This letter formally sets out the term of our agreement for your tenancy at my property, located at (Address of property) starting (Date of commencement of tenancy).
If you agree to these terms and the contract you will be liable to pay a total of ($ amount) before the (Date of commencement). This will include ($ Initial deposit + $ advance rent).
Moreover, I am willing to give you a property tour at (Proposed date for tour), during which you can assess the state of the property. You will then be liable for any damage to the property or the items on it after you move in as a tenant.
Rent payment will be made in cash, every calendar month, no later than the 7th.
You will have the following rights of use: (Terms related to use of land like parking space, walkways etc).
If you have any concerns regarding the proposed terms, kindly let me know.