TENANT APPLICATION FORM
Summary An estate agent or landlord who wants to sign a Residential Lease Agreement with a prospective tenant can use a tenant application to obtain details about the tenant. The application form assists you to conduct background checks on the prospective tenant by collecting the necessary information and obtaining the statutory credit consents.
If you’re dealing with a commercial lease then you may be interested in our Tenant Application Form for commercial leases.
Why do I need a Tenant Application Form? A Tenant Application Form helps to accumulate information about your prospective tenant. With this information, you can conduct various verification and background checks to determine whether the tenant is one you want to enter a lease agreement with. The information can also prove useful in the event that you need to take action against the tenant on default.
What does the template Application Form say? The form calls for the applicant to answer questions and complete information pertaining to: Tenant’s Details; Banking Details; Property requirements; References; Tenant’s financials; Consents; Tenant Signature; Documents required; Landlord Confirmation.
What does the Tenant Application Form look like? The standard form can be printed onto three pages.
What do you need to do to use the form?
- Read the template application form to ensure that it suits your requirements. Make changes as required.
- Request your prospective tenant to complete the form before you consider signing a lease agreement with them.
Also viewed: Residential Lease Agreement
Also known as: Lease Agreement Application.
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