We need proof of solvability from the person who is able to collect the money for the rent. For example, if your tenant's parents act as guarantors, you need proof of their income and not your tenant's.
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- As an owner or co-owner, what are my obligations before choosing a tenant?
- Can I subscribe if I already have a tenant?
- A tenant has to be in place since less than 45 days, but do you take the purchase date or the start date as reference?
- Where can I register my tenancy agreement?
- Who can take care of the inventory?
- What do you mean by "proof of solvability"?
- If my tenant has a guarantor, which of those two needs to give me proof of their solvability?
- The rent must not exceed 50% of my tenant's income, but does this calculation take charges into account?
- Can my tenant's have a roommate?