Tenant Referencing Service

Jim on RLA Helpdesk
Jim on RLA Helpdesk
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12 years ago
Needless to say you need to do whatever checks are necessary to give you the assurance that your prospective tenant will pay the rent expected. If the credit check report does not give that indication then go further by asking for sight of the last 2 or 3 months bank statements, get a reference from their employer if working, ask for reference from last landlord, ask for sight of passport or driving licence and finally, go and visit them at their present address if possible to see how they are looking after that address.
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