(CG) Understanding the Florida Lease Agreement and Service & Support Animals
February 13 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Instructor: Mark Pinilla
Early payment membership dues credits can be applied to this class if dues were paid in full prior to June 14, 2023.
Understanding the Florida Lease Agreement and effectively protecting the landlord, tenant, and Realtor’s
interests. Learn what even some of the most experienced veteran real estate agents do not know and where most of the mistakes are made. Learn how to fill in the maintenance section, prorations, collect your full commission, deal with active-duty military, and more.
The 2-hour workshop and visual presentation lecture covers the Florida Lease Agreement intertwined with realtor & property management experiences based on how the lease was written/filled in. The training will cover the lease agreement flow from acquiring a tenant to the closing/move-in and the responsibilities of the Realtors® to their customers.
The Lease Agreement process will include:
•How to write a lease that protects the landlord, the tenant, and the Realtor®.
•Understand the difference between practicing law and being a Realtor®.
•Understanding the importance of naming the parties involved in the lease.
•How to collect your full commission when prorating rent.
•Deposits and how to properly handle them.
•Understand the maintenance section and how it affects owners and tenants.
•How to handle active-duty military and their special exceptions to the leasing process.
•How to make sure the landlord does not pay for storage.
•Best practices for making sure all the sections are signed and initialed.
•Best practices when dealing with foreign landlords.
•Service and Support Animals
•Understand the only questions you can ask a person requesting a reasonable accommodation.
•Understand the kind of documents that can be requested.
•Understand who can provide reasonable or trustworthy documentation as proof of the tenant’s need for a reasonable accommodation.
•Understand why a service or support animal is not a pet.
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