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    Hello,
    I have a potential tenant from within Europe who is coming to work for a large company in the UK. How will I go about doing a credit check?

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    Originally posted by Thyrsis View Post
    Hello,
    I have a potential tenant from within Europe who is coming to work for a large company in the UK. How will I go about doing a credit check?
    quite difficult so we always get them to provide a UK based guarantor or pay six monthly.

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      Why not let to the large company itself, allowing it to sub-let to the employee?
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