When it's time to rent or lease your income property, spend money on paint and repairs, not on application forms. As a landlord, expenses for upkeep of rental property are high enough without spending money on rental applications and other legal forms. Plenty of resources will allow you to save a bit of money by getting your documents for free.
Check with your local landlord association. Most larger cities have local associations, and many will provide basic document templates free of charge.
Log onto EZ Landlord Forms through the link in the References section. This site's free forms include state specific guidelines.
Visit Accurate Credit Bureau's Website. This website offers a variety of free rental application forms, including lease applications for individuals and married couples; an applicant disclosure form that allows a landlord to perform a credit check, search public records, and to obtain information necessary to make a decision whether to rent to the applicants; and an applicant denial letter.
Do your research and use the free rental application form that fits your needs.