Guarantor Withdrawal: How Landlords Should Handle It
I have recently had correspondence from the guarantor of one of my properties. The relationship between himself and my tenant has broken down, and he no longer wants to be the guarantor. How do I deal with this?
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Landlords should interview prospective tenants carefully to assist in choosing one who will be trustworthy and reliable. Taking up references from a prospective tenant’s current or previous landlord, employer and bank can help to inform the tenant selection process.