The short answer is no.
Tenants face a lot of up-front costs when moving into a new home. That's why we're offering them the opportunity to rent a home without paying a security deposit when they sign a lease through us.
What does it mean for me as a landlord if my tenant chooses to rent deposit-free?
For you, as a landlord, it makes no difference if your tenant rents deposit-free. If damages occur during the rental period, you simply make a claim to us and we will make sure you get compensated for the damage if the tenant is found responsible.