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  • How do I rent out my house?

  • Set a rental rate Advertise your house for rent Screen potential tenants Create and sign a lease agreement Store security deposits in a safe place Re-key thelocks Setup a move-in inspection Start collecting rent Know when and how to evict a tenant Many factors may lead to the decision to rent out your home.

  • Is it easy to rent out a house?

  • Renting out your home can be a lucrative business if you do it right. That includes getting fully acquainted with landlord, property and tax laws. You also want to avoid handing the keys to the wrong person. A team of professionals ?lawyers, accountants, real estate agents ?can make the whole process easier.

  • How do I prepare my home for a rental?

  • Prepare for the new tenant by thoroughly cleaning your home and making sure appliances are working and are in good condition. If you’ve decided that you are renting out a room or area within your house, make sure that you can secure that area from the rest of your home. 3. Marketing Your Home

  • What is the initial cost of renting a house?

  • The initial cost of renting is usually the first month rent, perhaps an agency fee (if that was the agreement with your agent) and also a deposit. The deposit, by law, must be equivalent to one month rent. Make sure that you pay your deposit by bank transfer, not cash.