That is a question for an attorney. Realtors are not allowed to practice law. Remember that in a conflict or ambiguity in contract language, the nonauthor usually prevails. And you need to check your state laws. One thing to keep in mind is that the lease needs to be for a specific period. I would also talk to your tenant and agree to everything. Every landlord wants to have no interruption in rental income, but the transition is difficult. The tenant has to be on board with showings, sign, lockbox, etc. and ensuring that the home looks in showing condition.
Tenant cooperation is the key - otherwise, the time and effort will be useless as other agents and prospective tenants will be turned off. Good luck.