Tenancy Application

Tenancy Application

How does it work?

  1. Section 2 must be completed. This is the minimum amount of information required to assess an application.
  2. Married couples should add the highest earner as the primary applicant.
  3. Validating postcodes before submitting this form will speed up processing times (postcodeanywhere.com).
  4. Please ensure that all names, addresses & numbers are clearly legible.
  5. Please double check all fields prior to submission. Once a report is queued for processing, it cannot be cancelled.
  6. Unemployed & student applicants should include a Guarantor unless proof of alternative funding can be provided.
  7. Applicants with low incomes may be required to provide details of a suitable Guarantor.
  8. The guarantor provided must be a homeowner in full time employment and agree to act in this capacity. An affordability assessment and credit check will be performed during processing
  9. The applicant's signed or verbal permission & identification must be obtained prior to submission of this application.
  10. Please ensure that you include a current and accurate telephone number for all referees. Failure to do so will delay this application.
  11. You should, where possible, advise referees that we will be contacting them as this will reduce delays.
  12. Any falsehoods uncovered at a later date will result in the immediate termination of any agreement that may be in place or offered..
  13. We regret that no explanation will be given should we be unable to accept you as a tenant.

Proposed Tenancy

Primary Applicant Details

Employment Details

Current landlord/Agents

Character referee

Guarantor (if applicable)

We will contact the proposed Guarantor to obtain further information or to verify their consent to act in this capacity. ^ Please leave blank if unknown or inapplicable. An accountant or solicitor may be entered if self employed.

Banker's Details

Additional Notes

Prospective tenants requiring further information relating to the completion of this form or The Data Protection Act can contact us via the following methods.