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Tenancy Appraisal

Please Print This Page Off For Completion By Prospective Tenants

Personal Information

Full Name:
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Date of Birth:
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Phone Number:
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Email Address:
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Current Address:
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Employment & Income

Employer's Name:
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Occupation:
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Length of Employment:
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Monthly Income:
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Rental History

Previous Landlord's Name:
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Previous Address:
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Reason for Leaving Previous Property:
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Length of Stay at Previous Property:
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References

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Relationship:
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Professional Reference Name:
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Relationship:
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Financial Information

Do you have any outstanding debts or CCJs? (Yes/No)

Do you have any pets? (Yes/No)

If yes, please specify:

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Tenant Responsibilities:

Are you willing to undergo a background and credit check?
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- Do you agree to abide by the terms of the tenancy agreement? (Yes/No)

Are you a smoker?
(Yes/No)

Additional Comments

By signing below, you certify that the information provided in this form is true and accurate to the best of your knowledge. You understand that any false information may result in the rejection of your tenancy application.

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What Makes A Good Tenant?

Stable Income

A reliable source of income is crucial to ensure the tenant can consistently pay rent on time. A landlord might ask for proof of income, such as pay stubs or employment verification.

Good Credit History

A credit check can give insight into a tenant's financial responsibility. Look for tenants with a history of paying bills on time and managing their finances well.

Positive Rental History

Contact previous landlords to inquire about the tenant's rental history. Were they prompt with rent payments? Did they take care of the property? Were there any complaints from neighbours?

Responsible Behaviour

A responsible tenant takes care of the property, follows the lease agreement, and communicates promptly with the landlord regarding any issues or concerns.

No Criminal Record

While not all criminal records may disqualify a tenant, landlords may want to avoid renting to individuals with violent or serious criminal histories.

Respectful and Considerate

A good tenant respects the property and the neighbours. They follow the rules outlined in the lease agreement and communicate respectfully with the landlord and other tenants.

Long-Term Intentions

Landlords often prefer tenants who are looking for a long-term rental arrangement. This reduces turnover and ensures a steady rental income.

References

Asking for references from employers, previous landlords, or personal references can provide additional insights into the tenant's character and reliability.