Regardless of whether you rent a tenancy or a condominium, it is important to be sure to obtain a rental permit from your landlord or association. If you have a good reason for renting out your chances of getting a rental permit increases. All leases created with our leasing tool contain a clause that makes it possible to sign your rental agreement before you have received the official permit from the rental association, and then complete the license application after the contract has been signed. If you for some reason fail to receive approval from your association, the lease becomes nullified which makes it safe to sign the lease before final approval.
This creates a security both for landlords (who do not have to worry about losing a tenant), and for the tenant (who then knows that the only thing that can affect the chance of housing is a decision that lies outside the landlord's power). Read more about this in our license guide.