When a Tenant wants to alert their Landlord/Property Manager to fix anything broken at a rental property, they can use this Tenant Maintenance Request Letter.
When a Tenant wants to alert their Landlord/Property Manager to fix anything broken at a rental property, they can use this Tenant Maintenance Request Letter. This Request Letter can serve a record that the Landlord was aware of the issue before a Tenant pursues further action, such as completing the repair themselves and deducting the expense from the rent they pay to the Landlord as reimbursement.
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
In the document, the Tenant is the filling party, and here they can describe all the repairs to the property that needs to be done by the Landlord. The repairs should be described in as much detail as possible so that the Landlord has all of the information they need to make the appropriate plans necessary to complete the repair on time.
State, city, and local laws outline the Repairs and Tenant's rights. You can find more information on this topic with local tenants' unions and the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) website for each state.