Renting a home may seem daunting, but it’s not a difficult task if you are armed with good information and advice. Please look at the resources below and call me if you have any questions about your search. I look forward to assisting you in every way that I can.
Your first stop: a step-by-step guide to renting
A well-informed tenant is more confident in his or her approach to finding a home. Start by browsing my resources for tenants here, which include a complete guide to renting that will answer almost any question you have about the renting process.
Know your legal rights and obligations as a tenant
Landlords and tenants are bound by New Jersey laws. A copy of the NJ Truth in Renting booklet can be viewed and downloaded here. Take the time to go over everything in it—most legal questions are addressed clearly.
A lease is a legal contract
Leases may vary, but they are all regulated by New Jersey laws. View a standard lease used by Realtors here to see what one looks like and exactly what is covered by a rental agreement. NOTE: this is a sample lease; a private landlord will use a different form of this contract, but the language in it is still governed by law.
Ready to search? Go to town(ship)!
The Greater Princeton area is comprised of a number of townships, each with its own flavor and characteristics. Browse available rentals grouped here by township, then call or contact me to visit the ones that appeal to you.
Contact me for more information
Many rentals in this area are privately listed by their landlords. But many others are listed with real estate agencies and are available to be searched and shown by any agent.