The Pros & Cons of a Month-to-Month vs. Annual Lease (Infographic)

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The Pros & Cons of a Month-to-Month vs. Annual Lease (Infographic)

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Depending on your rental property and schedule, you might be considering whether you should offer month-to-month leases or a traditional annual lease. Use our infograph below to see the pros & cons of each lease type and help make your decision.

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