What is the purpose of Carroll Rental Agreement?
It is the only rental agreement that is in force and valid, and it is enforced. It ensures the tenant will adhere to the lease terms. Furthermore, it protects the landlord against charges or other demands on the tenants' property. The landlord and tenant can then get on with their lives without stress or unnecessary court proceedings. Carroll Rental Agreement should be enforced from the first day the rental agreement enters into force.
How does the rental agreement work?
The landlord of the premises is entitled to take into consideration any changes of the lease terms. The tenants can then be expected to provide the landlord with a rent proposal by the first working day of the rental period.
What is the Tenancy Contract?
The tenancy contract is where all the tenants responsibilities and obligations to one another are clearly stated and discussed. It ensures that each tenant is equally responsible for the maintenance of the dwelling and for the maintenance of the premises and assets of the landlord. All of this and more is made quite clearly by the tenant's responsibilities and obligations.
Who should complete Carroll Rental Agreement?
An applicant should carefully evaluate their specific business. It may be necessary to contact your local government for permits and other approvals and regulations.
The applicant should thoroughly study your local tax code and your zoning regulations to properly document all properties and their properties. A complete understanding of a particular business entity will help the application be successful.
How long does a rental agreement last?
Within the terms of the lease agreement, residential property is permitted to be rented for as long as 90 days (for the first 3 years, at least), then up to 60 days, then 90 days, and then 30 days at least each year, at minimum. Rental periods are subject to the approval of the landlord.
How many people can apply to rent from you?
One applicant is allowed each lease period.
Must I allow my landlord and my tenant to share the rental unit?
Yes, this is a common feature in the U.S.: It is permissible to share common space (such as bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, storage areas and yard space) in the residential unit.
Where can I check the availability of rental units?
You can call.
Are vacancies posted on the site?
No vacancies are posted on the site. Once a property is signed by both the landlord and tenant, you do not need to contact our office for vacancy information because both parties have signed a lease agreement.
How big can a residential unit be?
Generally, a residential unit has up to a minimum floor area of 2,000 sq. ft.
Are they insured?
Yes, many Rental Agreement providers offer basic homeowner coverage which, with annual and lifetime renewal options, can cover all types of property damage, theft, fire, water, and sewer. For more details, contact your community services office.
What is included in the cost of rental?
Most Rental Agreement Providers include a security deposit of 2,500, plus the security deposit fee, if applicable. For more detailed rental cost information, contact your local community services office.
What do I do if a tenant files an eviction notice?
Tenant Eviction Process
Can I rent my apartment if there have been violations of the Residential Tenancies Act?
Yes, Rental Agreement Providers can rent to anyone unless prohibited by the Residential Tenancies Act (CWA).
When do I need to complete Carroll Rental Agreement?
You and your new landlord are required to complete the first month's rent when the lease is effective at the beginning of the term. At the end of the first month you will be responsible for making any necessary capital improvements required by the landlord.
How many times are you required to provide me the written rental agreement and any other special information?
All the information you would need in completing a rental agreement is included in the lease. A sample will be included with your lease, or you have the option of purchasing a rental agreement to complete on your own from the landlord before signing the lease.
Where is the rent due, and how long do I have to pay it?
When you arrive to your new home, you will be given your rent payment in the form of cashier's check. Tenant will complete a rental agreement, sign it and return it to him or her and the rent will be due. A 10% late fee will then be assessed to your credit file every six months for six months, plus any late rent due. This means you may receive notice of a late rent bill by certified mail.
What information is included in the lease agreement?
The only information of any importance which the landlord provides is your name and address at the beginning of the lease, as well as the address and contact information of the landlord's insurance and mortgage company. Your name and address must be spelled precisely. A separate signed lease is not necessary. The property address, city, state, and zip code are included with your lease. These are the same addresses you will use upon signing the lease as well. The landlord may also include other information, and this information must be correct. For example, the landlord may request you to complete an application with a fee to verify your date of birth after you have signed the lease. If the information provided on the application is inaccurate, or you would require other changes, these may be mailed to you when the application is completed. The landlord may also require you to submit to a background check. The landlord can call the state licensing agency in your state to verify this information, if called on by you. This information can be changed from time to time without notice.
When can I move in?
Your landlord is legally obligated to show you the apartment you are leasing. You have a right to move in on the first day of your lease, but the landlord cannot withhold this right.
Can I create my own Carroll Rental Agreement?
Yes. Carroll Rental Agreement information sheets are available from the following sources:
Rental Agreement — Carroll Property Management –
The Carroll Property Management office is located in the second floor lobby of Carroll Plaza, Suite A4, the new headquarters of The Carroll Companies.
We provide convenient location for you to:
View our online schedule of events, as well as
View our online advertising
Review the lease
Contact a staff member about an emergency, including
An incomplete lease, cancellation, or late payment
A lease for the wrong property — we can help
A violation of the lease that must be corrected
We offer a free initial inspection and review of any available lease for your convenience. You will need to supply a copy of your driver's license to verify citizenship.
To review the current lease terms, please view the lease schedule.
If you need assistance, you can contact our office: or email us.
Is there any charge for renewing a lease or for the inspection of the property for safety reasons?
For lease renewals, the rental agreement will be mailed to you within 3 to 5 business days of your original submission. A new rental agreement will become effective if the initial lease is returned in its original package as undeliverable in either original, faxed, or emailed form along with all accompanying documentation.
You may find the current rates for our properties in the online schedules for Carroll Management Properties (CMP). The lease schedule is updated about once a month.
For the inspection of the property for safety reasons, we will send a letter which will take approximately 3 business days to arrive at our office and the inspection will cost 65. The landlord must agree to the inspection before it takes place.
Do you require an appraisal prior to accepting a lease offer?
We do not require an appraisal. We recommend contacting the local real estate broker(s) to determine if one is available.
What should I do with Carroll Rental Agreement when it’s complete?
When completing the car lease agreement, a tenant should indicate and sign and dated form. At this point a tenant may have to notify a landlord of any lease extension that he/she may be required to sign. Landlords may be unwilling to sign a lease that they have not heard of.
If the lease is more than one year, the lease agreement should be signed on another blank form. You may need to mail a blank form by certified mail to your landlord and make sure you keep the letter for your records.
If it's a short lease, you will need to be sure to have the signed lease and the tenant agreement in writing. When the lease is up, you will need to give the property to a new tenant. Remember, most landlords do not want to be in the leasing business for an unknown period of time and may not sign a lease renewal agreement without first confirming the existing tenant has a valid lease. It is very important to keep the lease and the agreement in writing for future leasing.
Are there any other documents required for my car rental, such as the lease or rental agreement? Yes, there certainly are. You will need to keep receipts of all costs associated with the rental and return of the vehicle. For example, a rental agreement may include a 100 or 250 charge for a used car rental. Keep these charges in writing.
What happens to my personal and financial information that I provide to the car rental company? Your name, address, telephone number, and Social Security number are necessary information for the car rental company. For example, if you register to drive a car online, you will need to select or upload your information to the rental company's records. The company will usually request a copy of your driver's license number and any other information that it needs to confirm the driving age, sex, color of eyes, and hair color of you. You may be asked to provide more information such as your date of birth, your mother's maiden name, and your date of birth as a child. Some rental companies do not always ask for your personal information on the rental application.
How will I receive a car rental receipt if I do not leave a credit card on my rental agreement? If you select a rental that will allow you to use your credit card online, car rental companies will need to download and process a credit card verification form and charge you a processing fee. The payment will usually be deducted from your credit card account.
How do I get my Carroll Rental Agreement?
To start renting online, you will need to provide a copy of your driver's license with a copy of your rental agreement. This is important that you have valid forms to complete your rental agreement. When you start your car rental, it will ask you to provide your valid state ID card or driver license with a copy of your rental agreement.
My Car Rental Agent is not in my Area. How do I get to them?
Call us for a price quote by calling
How do I find my Car Rental Agent?
Call us to get information of which Car Rental Agent serves your area.
Who do I contact for help locating a rental?
Call us for the details on where to go to help locate a rental.
How do I get information about the Car Rental Agreement?
Call us to get information of how to get it.
Can I return the car I rented at your property?
How long will a car stay in my Car Rental Agreement?
The Car Rental Agreement is only for the rental. Depending on how long the car will be with you, it will be either 90-90 days or the Car Rental Agreement will automatically terminate and the car returned to its original owner.
How many trips/days per week can a car be rented?
There are two main reasons why you rent cars per day (or week, if you have the option to do so):
If you have a vacation destination you would like to travel to.
To cover car rentals of vehicles during the day and evening hours.
How often is the rental car available for rentals?
Most of the time, we have our cars available for rental the same day for the same day when the rental office opens. However, it may be possible for a particular week, car or day to be unavailable.
What documents do I need to attach to my Carroll Rental Agreement?
You've worked hard on your application and will be surprised to know that the rental agreement is not required to be completed from start to finish. While all rental agreements are subject to review by Carroll and your specific circumstances, we ask that applicants not submit duplicate documents. We require that you provide two identical copy of the same form and that the original is a legible color photocopy. Documents may include your application for rental, an existing lease and/or security deposit.
Do I need to send a photo of myself to rent the unit? Yes, there are photos/handwritten letters that need to be sent to Carroll prior to starting the application processing. Once you submit your photos/handwritten letters, they will be reviewed, and you will be contacted for your appointment. See Parking & Rental Agreement for more information.
Should I be applying for a single family home, duplex, multifamily unit or a manufactured home? When you sign an agreement you do not necessarily get the property you wish for. The Carroll office can help you narrow down to a single family home, duplex, multifamily unit or a manufactured home. The Carroll Rental Agreement can be customized to fit your specific home requirements.
Please Note: Applications for Single Family Homes and Duplexes can only be submitted to the Carroll office, located at 1123 E. Carroll St., Louisville, KY 40204 or via email. The process for multifamily properties is different, and it is better to complete an application to the facility (either one on a desk in the office OR a form submitted to the facility) to determine eligibility. To apply, go to the Residential and Commercial Services' website at:.
What are the different types of Carroll Rental Agreement?
There are several types of rental agreements that are available. You may be able to buy your own home or rent a residence by yourself/with others in your family (also called co-ownership or joint tenancy). If you are renting your home, you may pay a monthly rent or a yearly rent. This type of contract is called an A&M lease.
Also called a home equity loan
An A&M lease is a lease contract. This is a lease agreement (also called lease) from A&M to you and one of your tenants. An A&M lease is a rental agreement that gives you rental rights and responsibilities. You rent and pay a monthly rent to the landlord for your apartment or rental unit when you are not using it. Your lease contract sets out the terms and conditions of your tenancy. The lease agreement may have a co-signer. The lease agreement may be modified or terminated by the landlord or by your lease (such as by changing or terminating a rent increase). It may also provide for terms that are not covered under the lease. To learn more about leases, read Understanding Leases.
A&M leases vary in terms. You can buy or rent a residence.
Frequently Asked Questions about A&M Leases
Do I have to return if I end my cohabitation?
No, you will need to return your lease, so that your landlord can pay all or part of your arrears. Your landlord may ask you to do so if you were previously responsible for all or part of the arrears.
Is it easy to end a lease agreement with A&M?
Yes, it is easy to end a lease. You can terminate an A&M lease agreement with 90 days notice. To get a 90-day notice, you will need to present your lease and current rent with your landlord. You might be evicted or rent will be suspended until 90 days have passed, and you can prove they have paid back the rent they owe.
You and your landlord also must agree on termination times. This should be agreed between you and your landlord. If there are any terms in the lease that are not enforceable, the lease may be terminated by your landlord.
What happens if I change my mind?
If you change your mind, and you still have rent due, you will need to be flexible and do the best you can to pay the rent.
How many people fill out Carroll Rental Agreement each year?
Rent increases are based on the average rent increase annually. The increase is set once each year.
In October 2015, the average rent for 4 bedrooms in the Metro Rental Market area was 2,534, up from 2,039 a year earlier, which was the lowest rent price in 13 years.
The average rent for 2 bedrooms decreased from 1,898 to 1,839, which is the highest rent price in 22 years. That change was primarily attributed to reduced vacancy and home prices, Sorenson said.
But Carroll doesn't just keep tabs on the average rent price.
The firm also keeps an eye on monthly housing costs and the average occupancy rate.
“As long as our market continues to maintain its strong occupancy rate, which is currently in the high 80s, we're looking forward to seeing more rental listings come to market and lower housing costs,” Sorenson wrote.
How are rents in the region changing?
At the end of last year, the median rent price in the Metro Rental Market area was 1,037, down slightly from 1,073 a year earlier, which was the highest rent price in 21 years.
Home rents in the Metro market are up from a year ago, when 1,056 was the median rent and 958, the lowest rent price in 22 years. Renters also saw their home's vacancy rate fall in November (8.3 percent) to its lowest point in 21 years (7.3 percent in November 2015 and 6.
Is there a due date for Carroll Rental Agreement?
If you're paying the entire amount before any of the rent on month-to-month leases ends, the Rental Agreement is considered to be “full.” The due date is the date the Rental Agreement is paid in full. You will have to pay the remaining balance after any rent is paid.
After rent is paid on a month-to-month lease, the landlord must send you a copy of the completed rental agreement within 3 days after you pay the full amount due, and will give you a copy at the end of the lease.
Do I give my landlord a copy of my apartment lease before I move in? (Yes. As a matter of policy, you are free to give your landlord a copy of your lease before you move in. Generally, you must give your landlord a copy once you have moved in.)
Tenant Recourse in Nonpayment
If you don't pay your entire rent in full, your landlord must either:
Refund the amount due plus the tenant's current and prior month's security deposit within 3 days of receiving the full amount; or
Inspect the rental unit and give you a written notice of a late payment.
Tenants are not required to pay all of their rent immediately, but cannot rent the unit to anyone who does not pay rent on time. If payment of rent or damages occur during the month after the month in which you made the nonpayment and the landlord has failed to make the repairs within 10 days after you request the landlord's receipt, the landlord may go to small claims court for the value of damages, plus fees and costs (up to a maximum of 1,500). It is possible to avoid this penalty in cases of late payments only by giving the landlord a copy of the lease before you move in at the beginning of the rental agreement.
In all cases, the landlord may withhold past due rent, even if repairs or cleaning are not yet complete or not yet approved. If damage has occurred by the end of the lease, the landlord may deduct costs from the rent for damage not covered in the rental agreement.
Tenants may also pursue the landlord in small claims court if necessary to get an apartment back after it is leased, for which the landlord is responsible. You should consult with an attorney for more details.