What is the difference?
- For $99, you may download the “Enabled” PDF version.
- The text and amount fields have been “enabled,” which means you may enter text (e.g., landlord’s name, address, etc.) and dollar amounts (e.g., rent, deposit, etc.) on-screen. Alternatively, you may print out the form and enter text and amounts manually (if anybody still does that).
- You may save the file to a new/unique file name. This is particularly useful because you can enter the information that will not change (e.g., owner, manager, rental property address, etc.), save it, and then use it as a template, which can be used over and over.
- For $139, you get the MS Word UNLOCKED file format; you can edit ALL TEXT. From within MS Word, you can print the completed form and/or save it to a unique file name. Caution: because the unlocked version allows editing of all text, it is possible for you to add provisions that are PROHIBITED under Arizona law and/or delete provisions that are REQUIRED by Arizona law. Edit at your own risk.
The text of the two lease forms are the same. Some people prefer PDF and some prefer MS Word. The MS Word version lets you change ANY of the text in the lease form. Buy the version you are most comfortable with.
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