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With a guaranteed rent scheme, you had over the management of your property to us. We’ll find you tenants and will pay your rent every month, whether the tenant has paid or not! So you can rest easy in the knowledge that you’ll receive your rent payment on time, every time.
Some landlords enjoy the work of finding the right tenant, and even chasing the money when needed, but for those who don’t have the time, or are done with the stress of it all, a guaranteed rent is a simple solution to make sure you get your income with the least amount of hassle.
A guaranteed rental return means still making money off of your property. You won’t be just breaking even, you’ll be making a nice profit and keeping your business running.
Yes, there are no laws at the moment that require you to create a rent holiday for your tenants. You can continue to ask for rent, but we encourage landlords to be communicative with tenants to make sure they are able to make rent.
Most properties aren’t eligible for rent-to-own and it will depend entirely on your landlord. The best thing to do is to get unbiased outside advice, and approach your landlord with an open and honest conversation about what you’re looking for.
Yes, you can – but it depends on the council. Certain councils in specific areas may or may not be looking to add property to their list. You will need to contact the council where your property is and discuss your options.
You are open to negotiate if you please, however the market in London is so competitive that you want to be careful to not annoy a future landlord who may pass you up for someone who will pay the asked for rent without question.
This depends entirely on where you live in London and what your standards of “comfort” are. Always be sure you can afford a flat before agreeing to move in.
You will need to meet several qualifications including being a homeowner, being over 21, having good credit history etc.
This depends on the landlord, but most will require a deposit to protect the property from damage. If there is no damage to the property when you leave, you will get your deposit back.
Generally, a deposit shouldn’t exceed more than double one months rent. Anything over this is questionable and should be pushed back on.