I’ve spent thousands on this 15-page legal document so you don’t have to. A real estate lawyer will charge you at least a grand or two for this.
This is a thorough subletting agreement with your landlord and it’s got everything you need to run a successful Airbnb Arbitrage business.
One of the most common questions that you will get from landlords is:
Can you please share a subletting agreement so I can review it?
Don’t worry if you don’t have one handy. We’ve got you covered. You can send this to every landlord that wants to know how you plan to operate your Airbnb business.
The beauty of this subletting agreement is that you will come off as a professional. Landlords prefer to do business with people that they trust.
Side note: If you’re just starting out, then I’d definitely suggest you read one of my blog posts on how to convince landlords. This will give you a better idea on how landlords think and operate.
And after that, if you are still struggling… then you can search on my blog for more information.
Also, one of my most popular outreach templates is for sale if you want to check it out. Do you want to know the exact word-for-word email template that I and my students use to pitch to landlords, then I suggest checking out this product.
This document has 15 pages worth of clauses that are written in a landlord-friendly language but also give you maximum protection. And just what the hell is an Estoppel and how to protect yourself from it?
Here’s a preview on one of the clauses:
SUBTENANT SECURITY DEPOSITS: Security deposits from Subtenants shall be placed in Tenant’s account and, if held in Tenant’s account, pay from such account all interest on subtenants’ security deposits if required by local law or ordinance. The owner shall not be responsible for subtenants for return of security deposits and all interest due on security deposits held by Tenant.
There’s so much more inside!
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