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An ideal tenant is reliable, responsible and respectful to the property and the landlord’s conditions. Here are some qualities that landlords and lettings agents look for:
Good Credit: A tenant with good credit shows that they are responsible with their finances and likely to pay rent on time.
Steady Income: A tenant with steady income is more likely able to pay rent consistently, without falling into arrears, which is important for landlords.
Good References: A tenant with good references shows that they’re respectful and responsible to the landlord’s property.
Cleanliness: An ideal tenant will keep the property clean and tidy, inside and out, and takes care of any minor repairs.
Respect: A tenant who maintains the property and follows the landlord’s rules is a strong candidate. They should not cause damage to the property, disturb the neighbours or break any of the tenancy agreement terms.
Good Communication Skills: A tenant who communicates effectively is more likely to resolve any issues quickly and maintain a good relationship with the landlord throughout the tenancy.
Long-Term Commitment: A tenant who is committed to staying in the property long-term is ideal, as this provides stability and reduces the need for the landlord to find new tenants frequently.