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Document Summary for Customized Lease Agreement and Support Documents

Module # 1

The Lease Agreement


The documents and training videos on this site are the result of a 20 year collaboration between national trainer Robert Locke RMP, MPM and trial attorney Monica Gilory as Crown Management navigated it’s way through the legal challenges of managing thousands of rentals in Atlanta. Monica’s expertise in real estate litigation (especially landlord/tenant and fair housing disputes) uniquely equips her to write all the lease documents you’ll need to operate safely and profitably in property management.

This lease is the result of experiences we have had with 9,000+ tenants over the last 35 years managing for over 3,000 owners including private landlords, equity groups and government agencies. This is the rental agreement we used for the past 10 years (with yearly tweaks and revisions by Monica) and were moving in 40 to 50 tenants a month. Once you get your customized management agreement in place, this is the next place to focus.

We have spent tens of thousands of dollars with our law firm on this document over the years and continue to tweak, polish, refine and adapt it to protect managers from litigation and make them money.

The biggest advantage of this lease is you discover all the revenue streams we’ve developed and added over the years. You not only get a killer lease, designed for professional managers, but you pick up 20+ ideas on ways to generate more income while managing your tenants. (This document will pay for itself within two to four months of implementation.)

You can get a lease anywhere but not one from a manager with 35 years of professional landlord experience and a landlord/tenant litigator with years of experience solving managers disputes with wiley tenants and owners. You can learn this yourself over the next 20 to 30 years or have it today by downloading this document.
What you get:

  • A fully editable lease document (with tons of training notes) that you will add your name to, make some adjustments for fees and percentages, add your brand, tweak to your state laws and be up and running. You would pay an attorney several thousand dollars to get this document and you still wouldn’t have all the writer’s experience and all the money-making ideas. view a sample
  • A document to help you fill in the necessary information (the right way) so your final agreement is exactly as it should be. The “Instructions to Adapt the Lease to Your Company” identifies all the blanks to fill in so you don’t miss anything in the agreement to adapt it to your model. view a sample
  • A sample Lease completely filled in so you see what it should look like when you’re done.
  • 30 studio-shot training videos (6 to 10 minutes each) covering every detail of the lease agreement. View library of videos. This makes great training for your staff so you’re not doing it all yourself.Two one-hour consulting sessions with Robert going over your final document and answering all your questions. You can request these as you’re going through the document/videos or as you finish it.
  • A one hour consulting session with attorney Monica Gilroy who wrote (and continues to revise) these documents.

You’re not alone in this effort. Our mission is to help you customize this document (or help you tweak yours) to work in your model and in full compliance with your state laws. We’ll collaborate with you to make sure it’s exactly what you need to be scalable and profitable in your market. We’ll read your state landlord/tenant laws and make sure you’re in full compliance.

Lease Module #1 The Customized Rental Agreement $1,495.00.
(Subscribers receive 20% off)

Think of this as what you might earn leasing two properties. Clients tell us they make up this cost in the first month or two of use because of the revenue streams they discover in the training.

Literally this will MAKE YOU MONEY … NOT COST YOU MONEY.

Module # 2

Support Documents


For 20 years attorney Monica Gilroy pushed us to keep the rental agreement short (like eight pages) because long documents are hard to defend in court. Some managers think they should have a 10-page lease (type size 8 to fit it all in) plus attach the application and exhibits, addendums, and incorporate the tenant handbook, the move in inspection and company policies into the original document making defending it quite impossible.

There are, however, some critical topics we need to address in detail to set expectations and protect yourself from tenant-driven lawsuits. These stand alone (Housekeeping) documents should be included with all leases to explain HOW you’re going to manage specific situations. Occasionally the home has special characteristics like a hot tub, an HOA community, roommates, or a co-signer and you’ll want a special document (Ancillary Documents) to address these unique situations as needed.

These are CYA documents designed to protect you from the litigation coming your way. They add body armor to your business and keep you from getting sued. Protect yourself from lawsuits with these Housekeeping and Ancillary documents. Adding special stips on the fly isn’t the way to address these issues.

Housekeeping Documents: If you’ve watched the video training for these documents (Document Creep) you know that for 20 years we resisted long leases and used “housekeeping documents” to avoid a 15 page, legal size paper, type size 9 document to fit it all in. We keep the lease to eight or nine pages, letter size (and type size 10) so the tenant isn’t intimidated by a long and tedious document. Housekeeping documents give us a chance to say everything we want the tenant to know without adding pounds to the basic lease agreement. Although some topics do need plenty of details, those details don’t need to be in the lease document itself. Managers too often add OPERATIONAL MINUTIA to the lease when it really belongs in a housekeeping document. Housekeeping documents have the same weight in court as the lease (because the tenant executes them) and gives you plenty of space to flesh out the details of the topic. We use every housekeeping document with every lease, every time. They are NOT exhibits or addendums. They are NOT ‘incorporated into the lease’ like an exhibit. The tenant (not the manager) executes them so the manager is not making any promises in them. They are simply “housekeeping” documents designed to inform the tenant of all the details of how you intend to manage certain elements of the relationship. Click to continue reading about the Housekeeping and Ancillary Documents.

What you get:

  • Housekeeping Documents: Pet Exhibit; Resident’s Maintenance Agreement; Landlord vs. Resident’s Responsibilities Maintenance Chart; Mold, Mildew, Moisture Disclosure; Mold Information and Prevention; Official Notice of Approval; Lead Paint and Flood Disclosure; Utility Agreement and Property Visit Policy; Move-in Checklist and Report Card (in-house document); Audit Checklist (in-house document) and more. The list keeps growing.
  • Ancillary Documents: Homeowner Association Agreement; Roommate Agreement; Hot Tub Exhibit to Lease; Limited Power of Attorney; Personal Property Schedule; Move me in even though the property is not ready for occupancy; Military Exhibit; Guarantee of Payment (Cosigner Agreement); Security System Disclaimer and more. This list keeps growing too.
  • A library of studio-shot training videos describing each document and how to use it to protect yourself. Video library of videos.
  • An hour consulting time with Robert to address any questions that came up during the video training.

You’re not alone in this effort. Our mission is to help you customize these documents (or help you tweak yours) to work in your model and in compliance with your state laws. We’ll collaborate with you to make sure it’s exactly what you need to be scalable and profitable in your market.

Module # 2 Housekeeping and Ancillary Documents: $395.00.
(Subscribers receive 20% off)

Think of this as what you might earn on one lease renewal fee, or about the cost of 2 hours with a medium-priced attorney. There are several new revenue generators here so you’ll make up the cost in about two or three months.

Literally these documents will MAKE YOU MONEY … NOT COST YOU MONEY

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Module # 1

The Property Management Agreement


The documents and training videos on this site are the result of a 20 year collaboration between national trainer Robert Locke RMP, MPM and trial attorney Monica Gilory as Crown Management navigated it’s way through the legal challenges of managing thousands of rentals in Atlanta. Monica’s expertise in real estate litigation (especially landlord/tenant and fair housing disputes) uniquely equips her to write all the lease documents you’ll need to operate safely and profitably in property management.

This lease is the result of experiences we have had with 9,000+ tenants over the last 35 years managing for over 3,000 owners including private landlords, equity groups and government agencies. This is the rental agreement we used for the past 10 years (with yearly tweaks and revisions by Monica) and were moving in 40 to 50 tenants a month. Once you get your customized management agreement in place, this is the next place to focus.

We have spent tens of thousands of dollars with our law firm on this document over the years and continue to tweak, polish, refine and adapt it to protect managers from litigation and make them money.

The biggest advantage of this lease is you discover all the revenue streams we’ve developed and added over the years. You not only get a killer lease, designed for professional managers, but you pick up 20+ ideas on ways to generate more income while managing your tenants. (This document will pay for itself within two to four months of implementation.)

You can get a lease anywhere but not one from a manager with 35 years of professional landlord experience and a landlord/tenant litigator with years of experience solving managers disputes with wiley tenants and owners. You can learn this yourself over the next 20 to 30 years or have it today by downloading this document.
What you get:

  • A fully editable lease document (with tons of training notes) that you will add your name to, make some adjustments for fees and percentages, add your brand, tweak to your state laws and be up and running. You would pay an attorney several thousand dollars to get this document and you still wouldn’t have all the writer’s experience and all the money-making ideas. view a sample
  • A document to help you fill in the necessary information (the right way) so your final agreement is exactly as it should be. The “Instructions to Adapt the Lease to Your Company” identifies all the blanks to fill in so you don’t miss anything in the agreement to adapt it to your model. view a sample
  • A sample Lease completely filled in so you see what it should look like when you’re done.
  • 30 studio-shot training videos (6 to 10 minutes each) covering every detail of the lease agreement. View library of videos. This makes great training for your staff so you’re not doing it all yourself.
  • Two one-hour consulting sessions with Robert going over your final document and answering all your questions. You can request these as you’re going through the document/videos or as you finish it.
  • A one hour consulting session with attorney Monica Gilroy who wrote (and continues to revise) these documents.

You’re not alone in this effort. Our mission is to help you customize this document (or help you tweak yours) to work in your model and in full compliance with your state laws. We’ll collaborate with you to make sure it’s exactly what you need to be scalable and profitable in your market. We’ll read your state landlord/tenant laws and make sure you’re in full compliance.

Lease Module #1 The Customized Rental Agreement $1,495.00.
(Subscribers receive 20% off)

Think of this as what you might earn leasing two properties. Clients tell us they make up this cost in the first month or two of use because of the revenue streams they discover in the training.

Literally this will MAKE YOU MONEY … NOT COST YOU MONEY.

Module # 2

Housekeeping, Ancillary, Entity Documents


For 20 years attorney Monica Gilroy pushed us to keep the rental agreement short (like eight pages) because long documents are hard to defend in court. Some managers think they should have a 10-page lease (type size 8 to fit it all in) plus attach the application and exhibits, addendums, and incorporate the tenant handbook, the move in inspection and company policies into the original document making defending it quite impossible.

There are, however, some critical topics we need to address in detail to set expectations and protect yourself from tenant-driven lawsuits. These stand alone (Housekeeping) documents should be included with all leases to explain HOW you’re going to manage specific situations. Occasionally the home has special characteristics like a hot tub, an HOA community, roommates, or a co-signer and you’ll want a special document (Ancillary Documents) to address these unique situations as needed.

These are CYA documents designed to protect you from the litigation coming your way. They add body armor to your business and keep you from getting sued. Protect yourself from lawsuits with these Housekeeping and Ancillary documents. Adding special stips on the fly isn’t the way to address these issues.

Housekeeping Documents: If you’ve watched the video training for these documents (Document Creep) you know that for 20 years we resisted long leases and used “housekeeping documents” to avoid a 15 page, legal size paper, type size 9 document to fit it all in. We keep the lease to eight or nine pages, letter size (and type size 10) so the tenant isn’t intimidated by a long and tedious document. Housekeeping documents give us a chance to say everything we want the tenant to know without adding pounds to the basic lease agreement. Although some topics do need plenty of details, those details don’t need to be in the lease document itself. Managers too often add OPERATIONAL MINUTIA to the lease when it really belongs in a housekeeping document. Housekeeping documents have the same weight in court as the lease (because the tenant executes them) and gives you plenty of space to flesh out the details of the topic. We use every housekeeping document with every lease, every time. They are NOT exhibits or addendums. They are NOT ‘incorporated into the lease’ like an exhibit. The tenant (not the manager) executes them so the manager is not making any promises in them. They are simply “housekeeping” documents designed to inform the tenant of all the details of how you intend to manage certain elements of the relationship. Click to continue reading about the Housekeeping and Ancillary Documents.

What you get:

  • Housekeeping Documents: Pet Exhibit; Resident’s Maintenance Agreement; Landlord vs. Resident’s Responsibilities Maintenance Chart; Mold, Mildew, Moisture Disclosure; Mold Information and Prevention; Official Notice of Approval; Lead Paint and Flood Disclosure; Utility Agreement and Property Visit Policy; Move-in Checklist and Report Card (in-house document); Audit Checklist (in-house document) and more. The list keeps growing.
  • Ancillary Documents: Homeowner Association Agreement; Roommate Agreement; Hot Tub Exhibit to Lease; Limited Power of Attorney; Personal Property Schedule; Move me in even though the property is not ready for occupancy; Military Exhibit; Guarantee of Payment (Cosigner Agreement); Security System Disclaimer and more. This list keeps growing too.
  • A library of studio-shot training videos describing each document and how to use it to protect yourself. Video library of videos.
  • An hour consulting time with Robert to address any questions that came up during the video training.

You’re not alone in this effort. Our mission is to help you customize these documents (or help you tweak yours) to work in your model and in compliance with your state laws. We’ll collaborate with you to make sure it’s exactly what you need to be scalable and profitable in your market.

Module # 2 Housekeeping and Ancillary Documents: $395.00.
(Subscribers receive 20% off)

Think of this as what you might earn on one lease renewal fee, or about the cost of 2 hours with a medium-priced attorney. There are several new revenue generators here so you’ll make up the cost in about two or three months.

Literally these documents will MAKE YOU MONEY … NOT COST YOU MONEY

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