You most certainly can...as long as there is an addendum that describes what you want. My recommendation is to have a good contract that spells out whichever stipulations you will need.
Although we do lease/options (which generally make more money for the landlord than doing just a straight rent: http://lvpropertysearch.com/las-vegas-investment-homes/las-v ), you are welcome to view the first 2 pages of the lease we use, it may help you understand what terms should actually be in place:
(Sample Contract) - http://ifindproperties.com/lvleaseoptions/sample_agreement.pdf
Additionally, if you need assistance in locating a tenant for the property, feel free to give us a call. We move properties VERY quickly and would love to discuss your options with you (See link below):
Hopefully this information helps you out!
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