This is a basic week-to-week rental agreement designed for a residential dwelling. The tenant agrees to comply with local laws and ordinances, maintain the premises, and not to sublet the premises.
Steps to Fill the Week to Week Rental Agreement
- Enter the date.
- Enter the owner, landlord, or agent’s name.
- Enter the tenant’s name.
- Enter the address of the premises.
- Enter the beginning and ending date of the rental agreement.
- Enter the weekly rent amount.
- Indicate if kitchen equipment and bedding are provided to tenant.
- Indicate if any other household items are provided to tenant.
- Enter the amount of the cleaning deposit.
The tenant and the landlord or agent must sign and date this week-to-week rental agreement, which is enforceable per the laws and codes of the state of residence.
Preview Week to Week Rental Agreement
WEEK-TO-WEEK RENTAL AGREEMENT
This agreement, entered into on this (date) _, by and between
(hereinafter referred to as Landlord)
and (hereinafter referred to as Tenant)
That for and in consideration of the payment of the rents and the performance of the covenants contained on the part of the Tenant, said Landlord does hereby demise and let unto the Tenant, and Tenant hires from Landlord for use as a residence those certain premises described as:
for a tenancy from week-to-week commencing on (date), and ending on (date)_, at a rental of $ per week, for a total rental of $ , payable in advance on the first day of occupancy. It is further mutually agreed between the parties as follows:
Tenant shall not violate any city ordinance or state law in or about the premises.
Tenant shall not sub-let the premises, or any part thereof, or assign this agreement without the written consent of the Landlord.
Tenant must not make any alterations or improvements to said premises, without written consent of Landlord.
Landlord shall provide Tenant with the following:
Cooking utensils and kitchen equipment are (not) furnished. Linens and bedding are, are (not), furnished.
A cleaning deposit in the amount of $ is required. This deposit will be refunded if premises are left in clean and satisfactory condition. If cleaning or repair expenses must be incurred by Landlord to restore the premises to the condition they were in at the time of Tenant’s occupancy, the amount necessary for said restoration will be deducted from the cleaning deposit and the balance, if any, will be refunded to Tenant.