How to rate a Tenant.
As soon as you know that a tenant wishes to move, arrange to inspect the property and if you wish, discuss your rating strategy with your tenant.
On the website select the tenant you wish to rate. Please check that the address is correct, as errors can happen at this stage.
Each rating should be self explanatory;
Rating 1 to 4 "These ratings indicate a pass"
Rating 5 "This indicates a non rating"
Below is the quick and very simple rating system.
Tenants History allows the landlord or letting agent the option of "not RATING the tenant". This usually indicates a landlord who was unsatisfied with a tenant. Tenants History suggest, when dealing with a tenant who hasn't been rated, you contact the landlord direct to gage a finer reference if you wish.
The landlord didn't wish to RATE the tenant, therefore the search by the new landlord will show:-
Everytime you choose box 5 you MUST send us your signed completed Tenant Acknowledgement Form either by fax or scan and e-mail.
As above the search states the tenants move in date, date rated and the date the tenant vacated the property. The landlords contact details are also displayed.
Below is an example of a tenant who has been rated a Gold Standard.
It is very important that the Landlord or Letting Agent retains their copy of the Tenant Acknowledgement Form. This is to prove that the Tenant has consented to their details being uploaded onto the website and they (the tenant) will be rated when they have left the property.
If a Landlord has rated their tenant to be "good", we recommend that you still carry out all your usual checks. We also suggest that you make contact with the previous landlord to get a reference.
Register now www.tenantshistory.co.uk/register
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