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Introducing Lease Assistance

Lease assistance is the easiest and most reasonable way to find a qualified tenant.
Darren Shortt
November 23, 2022
6 min read
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It’s that time again, your rentals have been running smoothly for many months. You’ve been collecting rent, handling the occasional work order, and tracking your expenses.. But then you get a notice, your tenant is leaving in 60 days.

It’s at this time the realisation kicks in that you’re going to need to start preparing for a tenant turnover. At first glance, it doesn’t seem like a lot, but then your memory kicks back to all the issues you had with your first Tenant, the unpaid rent and the damages that happened. You think to yourself, it was costly, but maybe I learned something? You continue thinking and remember the second time you had to rent a property. All of the hours spent reviewing documents, calling references, and the money spent running verifications and reports. You think about the time lost and money spent.

Finally, you start to think, is the third time going to be any better? Even if it’s better, it’s not going to be any easier this time. As a landlord the most important part of the job is mitigating risk against payment faults to help protect your bottom line, that’s why programs like Rent Guarantee are so important to protecting your investments. But even with a program like rent guarantee in place you’ll still need to find a qualified tenant, It’ll still involve time, money, and effort. For this reason, we’re happy to introduce Lease Assistance, and you should be too… But what exactly lease assistance?

Lease assistance is the easiest and most reasonable way to find a qualified tenant. Whether this be a tenant who meets your specified requirements or a tenant who needs to qualify for our Rent Guarantee Program, Tenantcube will handle all of the hard work. Your only responsibilities are to simply show the property and provide the final stamp of approval.

Here’s how it works.

Step 1: Reach Tenantcube with your upcoming vacancy

When you're ready to list your property contact sales@tenantcube.com so we can collect the details and put together a plan to understand the requirements and begin searching for a tenant that qualifies for your property and/or the rent guarantee program.

Step 2: Schedule Showing Times

When you work with your representative, you’ll set some times for which you are available to show your property. The Tenantcube team will send pre-qualified tenants to see the property within the time slots that you're available.

Step 3: Let Tenantcube Handle the Hard work

Marketing, communications, scheduling, and screening. These are the most time consuming and difficult parts of the tenant onboarding process, luckily we’ll handle all of this. You only need to be available to show the property within your own selected availability slots. Tenantcube will be tasked with scheduling and sending qualified prospects to check out your property within those times. When the showing is complete, we’ll collect all of the applications, handle all of the screenings and put together a package of all qualified candidates.

Step 3: Confirm a candidate

After showings are complete, applications are submitted, and screening is done, simply select a qualified Tenant. Tenantcube will send you over any qualified tenants along with all of the details and any recommendations (where applicable)

You’ve now successfully completed your search. To learn more about using this program to help find the right tenant for your housing opportunity write us at sales@tenantcube.com


What our lawyers want you to know

This article offers general information only, is current as of the date of publication, and is not intended as legal, financial or other professional advice. A professional advisor should be consulted regarding your specific situation. While the information presented is believed to be factual and current, its accuracy is not guaranteed and it should not be regarded as a complete analysis of the subjects discussed. All expressions of opinion reflect the judgment of the author(s) as of the date of publication and are subject to change. No endorsement of any third parties or their advice, opinions, information, products or services is expressly given or implied by Tenantcube Inc. or its affiliates.

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