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    by Turbine Terry
    If you use the Openrent full tenancy creation service (£49 + referencing) they automatically serve the How to Rent guide and all prescribed information for you and protect the deposit, all done by the software (no human to mess it up) and by email and all parties are copied in for proof of service...
    22-06-2022, 11:16 AM
  • Agent vs Open Rent
    by annam222
    Hello all,
    I wondered if anyone could give me some advice please.
    Tenants who have been renting my one bed flat for the past three years have just given notice that they will be moving out. I have used a local agent on a ‘let & rent collection’ basis which has worked well but they...
    20-06-2022, 20:07 PM
  • Reply to Agent vs Open Rent
    by boletus
    I'm not. Other online letting agents are available....
    22-06-2022, 09:52 AM
  • Reply to Agent vs Open Rent
    by Beswick
    Their process is about as simple as they could possibly make it. If you're logging into this forum and posting, it won't be a huge stretch of your abilities to get your property listed on OpenRent.

    Yes, I used their referencing service (£20 per person, plus £20 for any guarantor). I...
    22-06-2022, 08:19 AM
  • Reply to Agent vs Open Rent
    by Turbine Terry
    I am a huge fan of Openrent. There are lots of threads showing users experiences of Openrent on these forums. If you type Openrent into the search box at the top of the page on the main forum home page you will see them.

    If you decide not to use Openrent, and so use a traditional agent,...
    22-06-2022, 08:08 AM
  • Reply to Agent vs Open Rent
    by annam222
    Berwick thank you that’s so helpful! I will definitely do the inventory and great idea on printing and signing the Tenancy Agreement together- I shall do that too.
    Does the Open Rent site guide you through the steps of the process? I.e. advertise, meet/accept, reference etc?
    Did you use...
    22-06-2022, 07:46 AM
  • Reply to Agent vs Open Rent
    by Beswick
    I've used agents for 'tenant find only'.

    After a bad eperience, I used OpenRent. I've now used them twice and got great tenants both times.

    It's so much better to have complete control. You get a gut feeling for the tenant when you phone them to arrange the viewings, even...
    22-06-2022, 06:56 AM
  • Reply to Agent vs Open Rent
    by JBJ01
    In the window of a rogue agent!

    -the one's who actually benefit when a rogue tenant brings the landlord back to them much more often than a streetwise OpenRent landlord needs to re-let. My 'fees' are on average £29 for an average 4 year let, with rents only below market rate for exceptionally...
    21-06-2022, 17:11 PM
  • Reply to Agent vs Open Rent
    by junglerower
    I have always done it without an agent; It is my show after all. I usually can filter out the right tenant by having a conversation through mailing. The referencing I do through a previous landlord or agent - big name agents is best though, as they are more thorough in their screening; if the Tennant...
    21-06-2022, 16:33 PM
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    by gnvqsos
    If people are rude enough no to attend a viewing then it is a good thing -you don't want rude arrogant selfish tenants .I can usually find a few tasks so time is put to good use-irrespective of absences.
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