A Virginia month-to-month rental agreement is a lease that renews automatically until either a tenant or a landlord gives notice for it to terminate.
This relationship can benefit both parties. For example, it allows the landlord to adjust rental conditions easily. They can raise the rent or make the lease terms more strict, allowing the tenant to decide if they want to renew. This document also helps a tenant avoid making a long-term commitment they’re not ready for.
Minimum Termination Period: Unless the agreement states otherwise, a tenant or landlord must provide at least 30 days’ notice if they want to terminate the lease.