Tenant Referencing2023-05-03T20:19:55+01:00

Benefits of Tenant Referencing with
Cube Letting Agents

It is easy and simple

Our tenant referencing services allows you to send references from our website. You would simply set up a tenant/property within your landlord portal as normal. When you are ready to save, the information you provide will populate our referencing system. When this is received, the tenants are then sent an email automatically with a link to our online referencing platform which prompts them for the additional information needed to conduct a reference.

  • 6 year credit history check
  • Affordability analysis
  • Credit score
  • Employment and income verification
  • Address verification and linked address summary
  • Previous landlord reference and verification
  • Right to Rent regulations complied with
  • Guarantor validation and suitability check
  • Landlord regularly updated on progress
  • Results accepted and approved for our Rent Guarantee insurance

Cube Letting Agents can arrange tenant referencing for £25 Inc. VAT. per applicant

Frequently Asked Questions

What is landlord insurance?2023-05-01T18:34:48+01:00

Landlord insurance is cover that protects landlords from risks associated with their rental property. It usually includes buildings and contents insurance, but can also include landlord-specific covers such as property owners’ liability, loss of rent, and tenant default insurance.

What does landlord insurance cover?2023-05-01T18:35:17+01:00

There are different types of landlord insurance available to cover different risks.

Landlord buildings insurance can cover the cost of repairing or rebuilding your property if the structure is damaged or destroyed. You can also buy landlord contents insurance to cover your furniture and other items if they’re stolen or damaged.

Tenant default insurance can cover your rent for a period of time if your tenants fail to pay, and property owners’ liability insurance covers compensation claims made by a tenant or visitor for injury or damage related to your property.

Do I need landlord insurance?2023-05-01T18:35:44+01:00

If you have one or more rental properties, it’s important to make sure you’ve got the right insurance in place.

A standard home insurance policy usually won’t cover you for risks associated with renting out your property.

While landlord insurance isn’t a legal requirement, it’s often a requirement of mortgage lenders.

How much does landlord insurance cost?2023-05-01T18:36:12+01:00

The cost of your policy will depend on your property and tenants, the type of insurance you choose, and the cover levels you need.

As with all insurance, the insurer calculates your premium (the cost of your insurance) based on the likelihood you’ll make a claim and the possible cost of any claim.

To find out how much your landlord insurance will cost, run a quick quote.

What landlord insurance do I need?2023-05-01T18:36:37+01:00

Buildings insurance or fixtures and fittings insurance and property owners’ liability insurance will be core covers for most landlords. If you rent out a furnished property, then contents insurance is likely to be useful too.

You can choose to add other covers like tenant default insurance, accidental damage insurance and landlord legal expenses insurance too, depending on the risks you want to cover.

How much landlord insurance do I need?2023-05-01T18:37:04+01:00

The amount of buildings insurance you take out should be based on the rebuild value of your rental property. This is an estimate of how much it would cost to rebuild your house from scratch, including labour and materials.

Your contents insurance amount should be based on what it would cost to replace the contents you’re providing in your rental property. This doesn’t include your tenants’ items, as they will need to insure these separately.

With Simply Business you can choose to buy £2 million or £5 million of property owners’ liability insurance, depending on how high you think possible compensation claims could be.

If you buy tenant default insurance from us, this can cover your rental income up to a maximum of £2,500 per month. Our legal expenses insurance comes with a cover limit of £50,000.

What is landlord property insurance?2023-05-01T18:37:30+01:00

Landlord property insurance is just another term used to refer to landlord insurance, which covers risks associated with rental properties. It includes buildings and contents insurance, landlords’ liability insurance, and other covers to protect a landlord’s rental property.

Why advertise with Cube Letting Agents

Cube Letting Agents is the smart way to advertise your rental property on the UK’s major property websites.
You’ll save 100’s of £’s per property and find a tenant in 8 days on average.
You’ll get unbeatable coverage on Rightmove, Zoopla, plus many more online advertising sites.

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