A Nevada month-to-month rental agreement is a contract between a landlord and a tenant that offers the ability to lease a residential property monthly without a predetermined end date. It is advisable for both the landlord and tenant to perform a move-in inspection and document any required property repairs with a written report at the beginning of the lease.
A credit check is not required, but landlords may require the payment of a security deposit equivalent to at least one (1) month’s rent. Landlords have the option to request that prospective tenants complete and sign a rental application.
Minimum Termination Period: Both the landlord and tenant hold the ability to terminate the agreement at their discretion, provided they give a notice period of thirty (30) days.
Governing Law: NRS 40.251.