Upon signing the lease as a tenant you are subject to a legally binding contract. Below are some FAQs concerning your tenancy and lease:
The existence of joint and several liability means that, the more people you sign into a joint tenancy with, the more likely you are to be liable for more rent than you ‘should’ owe. Any guarantor for someone tied into a joint and several liability contract will also be potentially liable for the full sum owed for any rent payments or damages.
“Gary was exceptionally helpful when letting us a property at short notice. He made the whole process quick and simple which was exactly what we needed. Any issues we had within the property were resolved quickly and efficiently. I have had bad experiences in the past when letting agencies but this experience has totally changed my perception of private letting. I would highly recommend Empire Property.”
Martin Clark (Tenant)