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To enable you to apply for a rental property through Royston & Lund you will have had to initially viewed the property before your application for tenancy will be considered or put forward to the landlord. This therefore confirms that you have seen the property and happy to accept the rental property ‘as seen’ and this is the basis of your application.
All potential tenants who will be living in the property over the age of 18 whether employed or not have to have at least a basic credit check carried out.
We employ the services of a leading tenant referencing provider for lettings industry as recommended by ARLA propertymark.
Reference checks include; credit history, previous landlords, previous address register/electro roll, employment history. Photo signature ID.
In accordance with Government legalisation to all agents and landlords, we carry out The Right to Rent checks when an application for tenancy has been submitted.
All applications submitted for a rental property are transferred over to our client, the landlord, for them to review the application in principal and it is the landlord’s decision as to whether they wish to proceed further with the application.
Each person over the age of 18 who will be living in the property has to complete a separate application to rent form. Please see below link to our tenancy application form and front explanation sheet which explains the process of applying for a rental property.
A Guarantors application form is requested when a landlord wishes to consider a tenancy application however further assurance is required and the landlord requires a Guarantor to insure them for any potential losses, expenses or damages where the Tenant fails to carry out their obligations under the agreement.
The Guarantors application form requests the majority of the same information as the tenancy application form and also requires photo signature ID.
A Guarantor acts for the full tenancy including the full tenancy amount and does not act on behalf of a sole tenant. A Guarantor remains liable whilst the tenant/s remain in-situ whether on renewed fixed term tenancies or periodic.
Click the link HERE to download the documentation