With rents headed higher and vacancy rates in the single digits, people are doubling up. This can present problems for owners if additional people are not in the lease. You may even run afoul of HOA covenants and restrictions.
Make sure you have a well-written lease. A lawyer is your best bet if you're not working with a property management company.
It sounds like there is something you want to change but didn't mention? Let us know what that is for a more specific answer.
But I've recently heard this suggestion, about updating the lease and I think it's a good idea. I'm going to implement it.
One reasonn I plan to change, is with the hot rental market, I am in the position of being more choosy about tenants. In the past, I would never think of asking a tenant to move on as long as they paid the rent, even if it was always late and I had to hunt them down to get it.
But now, I think I don't need that hassle. I can look for a better tenant and have my property rented within a week of the time it's ready to go. So having a policy of updating the lease opens the door to choosing not to continue with the current tenant(s).