Pittsburg will have a local landlord's/apartment managers association. Join that. Hopefully they will offer rental forms either as a subscription service or priced by the each. Use those. If no such service is available, find a local attorney who does that kind of work and buy the forms from them. You should make sure whatever forms you have are designed for your area and compliant with your area's laws, else they could cause you a lot of trouble down the road. Unless those online services have rental agreements that are specifically vetted for your area I would not use them for that purpose.
I've found my best tenants from Facebook posts in local community Facebook groups. Good luck!
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