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Inezvogler, Renter in Las Vegas, NV

If I want to rent a two-bedroom apartment (one couple and one friend) do I need to let the landlord know it is three people renting?

Asked by Inezvogler, Las Vegas, NV Tue Mar 5, 2013

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Hello,

When you are dealing directly with the home owner,....you will be renting under their criteria. There is no way to give you an answer on that one way or the other. Some owners are more strict and others are more lenient.

However,...if you are dealing with a home that is being run through a property management company, it is going to be more then likely that they will want to know about all adults living on premise. They will probably charge an application fee for each individual and run credit and background checks.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Mar 5, 2013
If a friend is living in the residence as a co-tenant with you and your spouse, you should probably disclose this to your landlord. Unless you are sub-leasing an extra room to a friend, you want to be sure your leasing contract allows sub-leasing.

Margaret
Keller Williams Realty, the Market Place
RealEstate.LasVegas@aol.com
702.280.8859
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 8, 2013
All adult's name has to be in lease contract. Unless you put your friend as a guest. But guest must pay extra fee if he live in the property more than contract allowed period.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Mar 5, 2013
You shouldn't hide information from a landlord when applying for or signing a lease. If you told them, there was only two people living in the unit (and that was on your lease) and the landlord discovered there was 3, you would be in violation of your lease contract. Just be honest.
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