As a tenant, using brightLET's property management solution, you can expect to manage all aspects of your tenancy agreement directly with your landlord, at any time, on the move!
Not to forget mentioning, you will never be charged for any fees or ongoing admin costs - it's completely FREE for life!
This is a much easier and convenient way of communicating with your landlord from anywhere in the world, eliminating telephone calls, post, emails, and SMS messages. You will be notified with a receipt when the message has been read by your landlord.
You can report maintenance issues directly to your landlord, enabling the landlord to quickly allocate their trusted tradesperson to the job. You can also attach any relevant images of the issue that would give the tradesperson a rough idea of what has happened.
A secure location to access all your important documents your landlord has shared with you. These documents could be your tenancy agreement, a rent guide, or even compliance certificates - ensuring that everything stays organised without paperwork.
By law, a landlord has to give you a 24-hour notice period before visiting your property, therefore arranging appointments online is a great way of keeping everything clear and transparent between you and the landlord. We will also remind you on the day of the appointment.
At a glance, you can view the total rent you have paid during your tenancy period to the landlord, and view any outstanding amounts that are due to the landlord.
By law, the tenancy deposit is the tenant's money, but when not having an inventory report in place, it could lead to disputes over property damage or deterioration. The last thing you want is your landlord deducting money from your deposit.
As mentioned in the Inventory Report, by law, the tenancy deposit is the tenant's money. A walk-through inspection is a follow-on from the inventory report summarising all fixtures, fittings and condition of the property on the day you move in or move out.
From the point of you accepting the tenancy agreement, until the tenancy ends with your landlord, every action related to the tenancy between you and your landlord is logged, so it can help you with any deposit or tenancy disputes.