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What you need to know to rent a property

Finding the right property to rent can often feel like a never ending road! To save time it’s suggested to thoroughly prepare your tenant portfolio, to ensure immediate acceptance when you do find just the place you have been looking for.

You may rent a property directly from an individual, as you can also through a real estate agency.

In both cases, the landlord will likely have subscribed to a “GLI” insurance, which guarantees any unpaid rent fees.

In this situation, the insurance company will give the green light or refuse the application; either way an incomplete file will not be considered.

What you need for a complete file:

You are an employee

  • Photocopy of your identity card or passport
  • Proof of address
  • Last 3 months of pay slips
  • A certified letter from your employer that you are not resigning and that you are not in the procedure of a dismissal.

You are a student

  • Photocopy of your identity card or passport
  • Letter to certify you are lodging at your parents’ address
  • Certificate of school attendance

You are a business owner

  • Photocopy of your identity card or passport
  • 3 last annual balance sheets

Best of luck with your search!!


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