If your offer is accepted then we proceed to the next stage which is as follows:
• Download the relevant Tenant and/or Guarantor Tenant and Guarantor Application forms below
Payments can be made by debit or credit card or online bank transfer into our bank account: Please contact us for bank details.
It is essential that these are completed fully and accurately and that all tenants and guarantors return their application forms within two working days with the following proofs. We may come back to you to ask for additional information or proof, and this must be supplied within two days of request.
Please be sure to advise your employer or previous landlord that Pure Property Management, or our referencing company, will be in touch to verify your details.
• Tenants must provide documents from categories A, B and C below. Tenants with low incomes may need a Guarantor
• Guarantors must provide documents from categories A, B and C below
• Overseas Applicants who cannot provide documents from section B may be able to provide documents from section D instead and should check with us first.
NB – if you submit copies or scans and emails we must also see the originals. The property is not guaranteed to be let to you until you have provided the requested information within the time period and you have passed the application process.
A guarantor should be a relative or close friend who is in a secure financial position and has lived in the UK for at least five years. They should be able to demonstrate sufficient income to be able to afford the rental of the property on top of their own personal monthly outgoings.
It is essential that they understand their obligations before agreeing to be a guarantor and are prepared to sign a Guarantor Agreement – sample below:
A – Proof of Identification
B – Proof of Current and Previous Address – for last 3 years
Each proof must have the relevant address stated on your application for that year and the date sent. If you moved during a year you will need something for each property in that year. For utility bills, statements, etc it is the date it was sent to you that counts. Acceptable proofs include:
be able to ask them to provide a letter confirming all your addresses with dates
C – Proof of Affordability
If student – proof of sponsorship income or you will need a guarantor
D – Proof for New UK Residents from Overseas