I imagine that, for now, you have a pretty good idea of what a smoker can do with the interior of your property. Let`s take an imaginary walk to the balcony. To your surprise and disgust, it`s a pile of butts, ashes and boxes full of old stagnant cigarettes. We are overwhelmed by media conversations about how cigarette smoke affects our health and the health of others; not only directly, but also the indirect effects of second-hand smoke. Not that we don`t care about these things, but let`s be honest, you have a VERY EXPENSIVE investment that you want to make sure to stay in a good rental state as well. A smoker`s supplement is an additional document added to an existing rental agreement. After the signing, this document will be included in the original agreement. The owner should consider one if the current lease is silent, if smoking is allowed on the premises. Even if the lease is already signed, a landlord can still ask for a night to sign this document if he is particularly concerned about the use of the substances listed by his tenants. Without using this document, tenants can benefit from a lease or lease that is silent on smoking or illegal activities at the federal level. Where there may be a problem, there is usually a solution, and that is the case. Use this tobacco-free real estate addendum to apply your leases to protect your valuable investment from the physical dangers of smoke.
This Premium form is fully editable, so you can set where smoking is allowed, or it is not allowed anywhere in or via the rental unit. Imagine, you have a nice apartment that you rent. It has a wide view of the sea and sandy beaches. You take very good care of the interior, so it is attractive to your tenants. Your current client has just moved. He was a smoker. At first glance, your beautiful apartment looks pretty good. Then you will notice this smell and that is after you realize that white once the snow walls now contain a yellowish hue. You wipe your index finger off the wall. I`m Igitt! There`s a big over stratification. Guests: Check to see if the policy applies to both the tenant and his clients.