Tenant referencing is a vital part of setting up every tenancy, but sometimes the references provided by the tenant are never followed up. Not only should you always follow up, but you should think carefully about what you want to try and find out from a previous landlord or current employer.
You may not be able to get everything you need, but you can attempt to build up enough of a picture about your potential tenant to gauge whether they might be a good or bad tenant. Our quick guide covers what you should be asking, and includes two customisable letter templates for you to use, so there's no excuse for not following up!
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