Tenants – People searching for a new place to lease are often surprised to learn that a Realtor® has access to some pretty incredible properties. The good news is, this service comes at no additional cost to you. See below for questions we’re often asked about renting and the qualifications – or reach out anytime if you want to chat.
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Happily, using an agent to find you a new place to call home won’t cost you any additional charges for this service. The landlord is responsible for any fees involved in utilizing a Realtor® for this purpose.
Typically, you will need to provide proof of income, either in the form of current paystubs or a letter from your employer. A good credit rating will also be required along with a full credit report. Having a hard copy of your credit report before starting the process is often helpful as rental properties often move quickly and it can take some time to obtain a copy of your report.
Yes – a standard rental application will be required that includes your current and past addresses, references, employment details etc.
Yes – a typical leasing contract will run for 12 months.
Like most lease agreements, first and last months rent are usually required.