Residential lease agreement review by a local, experienced advocate. A real estate advocate will review your lease and call you with recommendations to protect your rights.
This is right for you if you created a residential lease agreement or are signing a residential lease agreement to rent an apartment, house.
a) Document review. A review of your Residential Lease Agreement by an expert advocate.
b) A 30-minute phone call with the advocate. Most people get the answers they are looking for in less than 30 minutes, but if it goes longer, the phone will not automatically disconnect.
c) Answers and advice. The advocate will answer your questions about your document and recommend changes if needed.
What's Not Included
a) Additional work by the advocate after the 30-minute phone call. Most people have the answers they need within 30 minutes, but you are welcome to talk to the advocate about hiring them for additional work after the call.
b) Fact-checking your information. For example, the advocate will not know if you spelled your address incorrectly, but they will know if you put your address in the wrong place.
c) Editing documents. Your advocate may recommend changes, but you are responsible for making the updates