This is how it works to rent using Qasa.
- Create an account
Start searching for a new home by creating an account on Qasa. A good profile will increase your chances of standing out in the crowd and catch landlords’ interest, so make sure to fill out all your information with care. You can then apply for as many homes as you like, with one single click!
Creating an account and using Qasa is free of charge, and once you sign a rental agreement you will only have to pay the rent stated in the listing! Qasa does charge a small fee for providing a safe and smooth rental experience, but this cost is already included in the rent stated in the listing. No other fees are applied.
- Apply for Qasa guarantee
As a tenant you can apply for a Qasa guarantee. This implies that Qasa will continue paying rent for two months, should the person renting stop paying, while initiating a debt collection process. It is an additional safety net for your landlord, and a way for you to increase your chances of finding a home!
You can apply for the Qasa guarantee on your profile. In order to grant you a guarantee, Qasa will do a credit check through our partner UC.
- Find a home
You can now start searching for a home. Use the filter to narrow your requirements, click on interesting listings for more information and apply with one simple click on the “Apply” button.
- Keep track of your applications
Track all your applications on the applications page. When a landlord chooses to proceed with your application, a conversation will be initiated in our chatt. You can then ask any questions you might have and schedule a time to view the home.
- Sign the rental agreement
Once you have come to an agreement, the landlord will generate a tailored rental contract. You sign it online using BankID, quick and easy.
- Payments through Qasa
You can now sit back and relax, just wait for your monthly invoices from Qasa. We will safely handle all your rental payments and keep your deposit protected. With Qasa there is no room for frauds!
Make sure to never pay anything directly to the landlord, and never provide any bank account or credit card information.