Most landlords value being able to trust the person they are renting out to. Here are some smart tips and tricks on how you as a homeseeker can excel and make a good impression, and thus increase your chances of signing a rental agreement on Qasa
1. Verify your social security number
Quick and easy for you, and very important for the landlord. You easily verify yourself with BankID on mobile or computer. Homeseekers with a verified social security number have a 3 times greater chance of signing a rental contract on Qasa. Verify social security number at once!
2. Apply for a Rent guarantee
This is usually the most important tenant badge for landlords as it provides extra security for them. Homeseekers with the Rent guarantee have a 6 times greater chance of signing a rental contract on Qasa. You will receive the award by first verifying your social security number and then applying for the Rent guarantee. When you apply, a credit report is performed to check that you have a good ability to pay. When you pass, you will receive the Rent guarantee badge, and by that increase your chances of finding a home. Apply immediately!
3. Submit references
Show that you are a reliable tenant by submitting contact information to a former landlord or employer. Homeseekers with verified references have a 6 times greater chance of signing a rental contract on Qasa. We contact the reference and give you the badge Approved references when your references recommend you. Submit references now!
4. A picture is worth a thousand words
Did you know that homeseekers with a profile picture also have a greater chance of signing a rental agreement on Qasa? It is so easily done, and it gives a great effect. Do not hesitate; upload a picture immediately!
5. Tell a little something about yourself
When we talk to landlords, they think it is important to get an overall picture of you as a potential tenant. Many people prefer to rent to people who are similar to themselves, perhaps someone with the same favorite band or the same type of dog. Who wants to rent out their home to a stranger? Let us know what you do in your spare time, where you work or study, and who you are. Fill out your profile now!