What is a CCJ?

County Court judgments (CCJs) are legal decisions handed down by the County Court. Judgments for monetary sums are entered on the statutory Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines, which is checked by credit reference agencies to assess the credit-worthiness of individuals. Still not answered your question? We love questions so fire it at us using […]

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What references do you need?

You do not need to provide any references directly to Jungle Property – our professional referencing company will obtain the necessary references on our behalf. Applicants complete the tenant reference application online and our referencing company take care of the rest. The referencing company will typically seek references from any landlords the applicant may have […]

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How can I check my credit files before applying for a tenancy?

Always check your credit files before applying for a tenancy to minimise the risk of rejection. You have a right to see your credit files for £2 but can do it for free and should do it regularly. Check EVERY detail; people have had applications rejected because an unused (but not cancelled) mobile contract’s address […]

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What is an unsatisfactory reference?

The Applicant’s references will be deemed unsatisfactory if any of the following apply: a) The Applicant fails to provide proof of minimum income as detailed in the written particulars for the Property b) The Applicant fails to provide satisfactory references from all (if any) landlords they have had in the previous 3 years c) The […]

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