Arizona Month-to-Month Rental Agreement
For individuals or parties that are unsure of their length of stay, this Arizona Month-to-Month Lease Agreement contract has the tenant pay rent every (30) thirty days to the landlord, until either the tenant or landlord states otherwise. As a landlord, there are two options to ensure your investment and property are safe. Your first option is to ask for a security deposit from the new tenants along with their first month’s pay of rent. This will ensure that if any damage to the property occurs, you can use the security deposit as the insurance.
Also note that it is recommended that the landlord returns the security deposit when the tenant ends the agreement (as long as the property is in similar condition). The second way a landlord can insure his property is safe is to conduct a background check on the individual(s) under review. This is faster and much simpler than the previous option, as you can instantly determine your interest in accepting the new tenant and determine the likelihood of them damaging your property.
Laws on Vacating – 33-1375
- The landlord or tenant must submit written notice to the other party upon vacating with at least thirty (30) days’ notice. For a week-to-week tenancy there must be at least ten (10) days given.
Laws on Increase in Rent – 33-1314
- The landlord must give the tenant at least thirty (30) days’ notice before raising the monthly rental amount.