Writing Permission Letters to Tenants

Landlords have the right to approve or deny any changes that a tenant may request to make on a home, since it is the landlord who actually owns the real estate in Atlanta. In the event that you approve a tenant’s request to make any sort of changes, it is wise to write a letter of permission that outlines exactly what you are allowing. Watch this video for assistance in writing permission letters to tenant.

Permission letters are used to grant tenants permission to modify some aspect of the home that they rent. Be sure to be as specific as possible when writing this type of letter so that there is no confusion as to where the boundaries lie. Include any stipulations, caveats, and conditions that must be satisfied in order for permission to be granted, and ask your property management company to review the letter with you. Date and sign the letter, and then send it via certified mail as well as email.

Categories: Landlord, Tenant

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