Pre-Letting Templates, booklets and services required to prepare for letting a dwelling. Under this section, you should have all you need to rent a property. Visit our “Template Letters” section should you not find what you need.
However, should you require a particular document and you cannot find it, please contact us, if it is of use to other members, our lawyers will produce it for you, free of charge.
How to Rent a safe home booklet
"How to Rent a safe home" booklet should be given to your prospective tenants alongside the "How to Rent" guide. These are the latest prescribed 2020 versions.
When letting a property to a company under common law tenancy (Non-Housing Act), you may feel uncomfortable letting to a limited company. You may request a director to give a personal guarantee.
COVID-19 Booklet created by Landlord Advice UK for landlords, renter and homeowners. This excellent book covers issue's relevant to landlords and renter; we highly recommend this free booklet.
Right to Rent I.D
Right to rent I.D checklist. The Right to Rent scheme by law requires landlords to check all prospective tenants, who wish to occupy their properties have legal status to live in the UK before they can let.
Inventory template for landlords or letting agent. Inventory is crucial before letting a dwelling; it is evidence of the condition of the property, prior to letting and may be required for deposit purposes.
Character reference form, this is useful when letting a property to a prospective tenant. You should also carry out a Credit & Referencing check, see under Credit & Reference to order report.
Credit & Referencing
This service makes the process more efficient than ever before. Tenant provides information which the platform requests directly from the tenant, saves time and headache. Discounted from £25 now £15
How to Rent Booklet (Version: December 2020)
You are legally required to give this booklet to your prospective tenant. This guide is for landlords use who are about to rent a property.
Tenancy application template. You should obtain a completed tenancy application from your tenant, before letting. This also contains consent from the tenant(s) to carry out referencing and credit checks.