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A completed Tenancy Agreement that clearly sets out your and your tenant(s) responsibilities, checked for discrepancies, drafted for you and sent to you within 24 hours.

Whilst there is no legal requirement for landlords to provide their tenants with a written agreement – and you may, instead, rely on verbal agreements reached between you and your tenant(s) – failing to do so can cause significant problems, and lead to you accruing unnecessary legal costs, in the event of a dispute.

You won’t need to instruct a solicitor or understand complex legal jargon, you simply need a few minutes in order to complete a short, straightforward online form – your Tenancy Agreement will then be completed for you, checked by an experienced case manager and made available via download or sent to you by email within 24 hours.

With our checked Tenancy Agreement you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing that you’re covered in the event of a dispute between yourself and your tenant(s) – and all for just £14.99!

Why Choose Us

  • Your Tenancy Agreement Completed For You
    – fast and stress-free
  • FREE Email Support
    – help and advice, guaranteed response within 24 hrs
  • FREE Phone Support
    – immediate help and advice on any related subject
  • FREE Updates & Upgrades
    – notification of law changes or requirements
  • Discounted Will (Just £10)
    – ensure your loved ones will be provided for
  • GUARANTEE
    – no-quibble, 100% money-back guarantee

What our clients say

Abigail Deeley, Nottingham
The first time I rented my house out I thought I was so prepared. I had written the contract myself and each tenant signed it. A month later I did not receive any payments from any of the tenants. Apparently there was a huge mistake on the contract whereby the tenants found a loophole and got away with not paying rent. Thank you for teaching me how to become a wise landlord.
Eric Barter, Durham
I was letting out to students, which is never easy. One of the tenants stopped paying his rent because he had run out of money. I threatened to kick him out but I didn't have a leg to stand on - the contract I had drawn up was not worth the paper it was written on.