Overview

There are several cases where you might need to change a lease renewal. Maybe you realized that you recorded the wrong end date for the renewed lease and you need to fix this. Perhaps you put in the wrong rent schedule or forgot to add the charge for an increased security deposit.

No worries, we'll walk you through how to edit the lease renewal below.

The Steps

The steps are different depending on whether you set the lease renewal as already Active or in a Draft status in Step 6 of the lease renewal process.

Edit Active Lease Renewal

If you created the lease renewal as already being Active, you will edit the lease just like you would any other active lease.


Edit Draft Lease Renewal

If you created the lease renewal as being in a Draft status, edit the draft lease renewal with the following steps:

Step 1

From the main menu, select Leases < Draft Leases.

Step 2

Find the draft lease you need to edit and click on the three vertical dots icon on the right side of the line, then choose Edit.

You can either sort the list by the various columns and filters or use the Search leases bar.

Step 3

If you need to change the Lease Terms, edit those on this page. When you are done, click Next.

If no lease term changes are needed, just click Next.

Step 4

If you need to add a Lease Tenant, use the + Add Tenant button. When you are done, click Next.

If you don't need to add tenants, just click Next.

Step 5

On the Charges & Credits page, make the changes to the following as needed:

Rent Charges

  • Edit or add a recurring rent schedule.

Security Deposit

  • Edit or add an additional deposit charge if needed.

Credits

  • Edit or add an additional lease credit if needed.

Prorations

  • Edit or add an additional one-time charge if needed.

Late Fees

Click Next when you're done.

Step 6

Update the status of the draft lease renewal if needed.

When you are done, click Finish to complete updating your draft lease renewal.

Next Steps

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