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Choose a Rentlord plan that's right for you:

Start Only

Free

Start for Free

Credit Checks (optional, paid separately)

Professional tenancy agreement

Tenancy deposit registration

Online signing

Initial monies payment collection

 

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Collect and Protect

£6.99

per month

from the 2nd month

Start for Free

Monthly rent collection

Experian Rental Exchange

Legal support: potential evictions

Section 8 notice drafting

Preparing for legal/court action

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Plus

Start Tenancy + Rent Collection + Legal Support

Start a UK-compliant tenancy

Includes everything on the Start Only plan

Collect and Protect

Start Free

Start Only

Start Free

Starting the Tenancy

Option: Credit check

Add a guarantor

Tenancy deposit holding

Initial monies collection

Lawyer-drafted tenancy agreement

Rent Payments

Monthly rent collection

Rental Exchange

Late warnings

Legal Notices

Agent Assist

Eviction

Prepare documents

Draft Section 8

Legal support

Document Folder

Whiteboard

Free: Renew Tenancy

Free: Section 21 notice

Buy services

Payment tracking

Manual

Auto

* Start plan is included

Guide you on legal options

Manage and support your eviction case with solicitors

Collect and Protect

Start Free

Start Only

Start Free

* Start plan is included

During the Tenancy

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X

X

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Compare the plans:

Additional Services

Rent Guarantee Insurance

from £50

Single user account

EPC

from £50

Unlimited user account

Gas Safety Certificate

Unlimited user account

Inventory

Unlimited user account

from £40

from £80

1. Rentlord is a free-of-charge tool to start a tenancy in the UK according to government regulations.

Why Use Rentlord to Start your Tenancy?

2. Adhering to government regulations is important because it decides how easily you'll be able to regain your property if something goes wrong and you need to evict your tenant.

3. Rentlord takes care of all these things for you, and is also fast and easy-to-use for your tenants, meaning you can close deals faster using the Rentlord platform.

1. The EPC and Gas Safety Certificate need to be presented at the start of the tenancy.

What are the UK regulations?

2. Tenancy deposit needs to be registered with one of the authorized schemes.

3. On receipt of the tenancy deposit, you must serve the prescribed information.

4. The correct version of the Right to Rent document must be served.

in addition, we recommend some best practices (which Rentlord automatically takes care of for you):

5. The wording of the tenancy agreement should be drafted by a professional, and up to date with the latest regulation

6. For your convenience, we directly register with the TDS on your behalf (as a member of TDS)

1. Collect and Protect is the plan where Rentlord is responsible for collecting monthly rent payments on your behalf, keeping track of unpaid rent, notifying all parties: and protecting you with legal advice when things go wrong. We automatically update your Whiteboard and Payments data, and vouch for you as an independent witness to the tenancy (see point 4)

What is the Collect and Protect plan?

For more information about this plan and what we do, click here

2. Legal notices: we issue lawyer-drafted notices to your late-paying tenants

3. Legal support: we work with you personally to solve problems at the tenancy

4. Section 8 notice preparation and drafting: we prepare the Section 8 notice (eviction notice) as well as brief you on the legal path and options that will lie ahead of you. The notice will be prepared from the Whiteboard and Payments data that we've been logging for you automatically since the start of the tenancy. We'll also teach you how to serve the Section 8.

5. Preparation for Court Action / Legal Action: we'll prepare all your documentation and instruct your solicitor, or recommend our partner solicitor if you haven't one, to begin the path of actual Legal Action. We'll brief you on what all this entails, and will oversee the entire case until you obtain judgment to regain your property. We'll be in touch with you and your solicitor at all times, until your property is regain and your old tenants evicted.

6. We'll help manage the re-advertising of your property (paid for separately) and getting you back to business on this property.