Business Insider article By Steve SchoonoverA few months ago, we launched a new article series called “The Business Insider Guide to Getting Laid”.

It was a great success.

But after that article was published, we noticed that many people had trouble understanding our guide.

They were confused about what a lease is and what it doesn’t mean.

So, we thought we’d give a refresher on what a rental is, how it differs from a lease, and how to get the best bang for your buck when it comes to getting a great deal on your home.

We’ve been using our guide for the past six months.

It’s still an invaluable resource, and we’d love your feedback about it.

Here are five key points to keep in mind when trying to understand a lease:1.

A lease is a contract.

There’s nothing special about a lease; it’s just a legal document that says a certain company or person is giving you a certain amount of time to get something done.

In other words, if a landlord gives you a six-month lease, that’s not really a lease.

The purpose of a lease isn’t to get you a big house, or even a small one, but to give you a lease with a certain set of rights.

You’ll often see that you’re required to keep a certain number of documents in your lease, but these are often things like security deposits, rent receipts, and health insurance.2.

If you have a lease that expires, it’s a contract and you don’t have to keep the document.

This is because you can legally give up a lease at any time, so long as it hasn’t expired yet.

To see if your lease has a term or a period of time, you’ll need to do a search on the website of your leasing company.

Your lease may say something like “You must give the lease for one year” or “You can give it until the end of the term” or some other similar language.

Keep in mind that you can’t give it a new term; that would be illegal.3.

When you buy a home, you have to sign a lease to have the house you bought rented to you for a certain period of times.

Even if you’re not a homeowner, you’re obligated to have your house rented out to you when you buy it.

If you don, your lease isn�t a lease and you can break it any time you want.4.

Most leases are written in a format that’s hard to understand.

Sometimes, the lease is so complicated that it’s hard for even someone who doesn’t know a lot about real estate to understand it.

That’s okay, because we know how to understand real estate and know how it works.

Learn more about real property, including how leases work.5.

What does a lease look like?

A lease can look like a series of legal agreements.

These agreements generally state that you give up certain rights, such as a certain minimum monthly payment, when you move into your home (or if you buy one).

Some agreements even state that certain things will be done to your home after you move in.

As long as you follow these rules, you should be able to move in and rent your home out at any point in time.

For more on what happens when you sell your home, check out our guide to how to sell a home.