What information do you need for the guarantor?

• First name • Last name • Main telephone number • E-mail address Still not answered your question? We love questions so fire it at us using the contact details here Please rate this article so we know how well it answered your question…

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Where can I find a guarantor reference application form?

A link to an online guarantor reference application form is sent via e-mail direct to the guarantor once we receive details of the guarantor from the Applicant. Still not answered your question? We love questions so fire it at us using the contact details here Please rate this article so we know how well it […]

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How can someone who is receiving a pension prove their income?

By providing our referencing agent with a copy of your latest P60. A P60 should be issued by your pension provider shortly after the tax year finishes on 5th April. If your P60 is not received by 31st May each year you should contact your pension provider. Still not answered your question? We love questions […]

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Should I ask the applicant for rent in advance or a guarantor?

The decision to ask an applicant for rent in advance for the entire fixed term of the tenancy (typically 6 months) or a guarantor before granting a tenancy is the landlords and will be based on the findings from the tenant referencing. One of these options may be obligatory if the landlord wants rent protection […]

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How long does guarantor processing take?

Guarantor processing can typically add 7-10 days to the overall process – a summary of what is involved can be found here Still not answered your question? We love questions so fire it at us using the contact details here Please rate this article so we know how well it answered your question…  

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Does the landlord need to witness the guarantor signature?

No – When signing the Guarantor Agreement, the guarantors signature must be witnessed by someone who is a person of good standing in their community such as a doctor or solicitor (solicitors usually charge £5 for this service) and in all cases someone who is not a party to the Tenancy Agreement.

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How does the guarantor agreement get signed?

Copies of the Guarantor Agreement (attached to the Tenancy Agreement) are sent to the guarantor via post. The guarantor must sign and have witnessed the Guarantor Agreement. Typically the signature must be witnessed by someone who is a person of good standing in their community such as a doctor or solicitor – solicitors usually charge […]

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What are the requirements for a guarantor?

A guarantor can be a friend or relative who is willing to be legally bound by the terms of the Tenancy Agreement throughout the tenancy. If you do decide to use a guarantor they must be referenced and meet the following criteria: • Be at least 18 years old • Be resident in the UK […]

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