The UK's Leading
Digital Letting Agency

Find tenants quickly
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Renting made smarter


Rentome is a simple way to let out your unoccupied property to quality tenants. Our professionally qualified staff will guide you through the letting process and are available 7 days a week.


Choose a package that suits your needs. (All the prices are exclusive of VAT)


FROM £49.00

  • Finding tenants
  • Property advertisement
  • Tenant referencing
  • Right to Rent verification
  • Drafting of tenancy agreement
  • E-signatures


FROM 3.5%/pm

  • Rent Guarantee
  • Dedicated account manager
  • 24/7 Digital Portal
  • Yearly inspection
  • Manage Rent & deposit collection
  • Drafting of tenancy agreement
  • E-signatures
  • Repair & Maintenance
  • Finding Tenants
  • Property Advertisement
  • Tenant referencing
  • Other additional services


FROM £79.00

  • Deposit registration
  • Finding Tenants
  • Property Advertisement
  • Tenant referencing
  • Right to Rent verification
  • Agreement & Signatures
  • E-signatures

* All these above services are subject to and in accordance to the Letting Terms and Conditions.

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Simplifies property management, the suite of apps allows landlords to manage their portfolios from anywhere in the world in real time.

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Tenancy Management

Key Benefits

Our Tenancy Management App deal with all housing tenancy related queries. Everything landlords can manage and see how to manage the tenancy.

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Frequently asked questions

Have a property to let? Check the FAQs page for answers to the most common questions for Landlords.

There are different types of properties throughout the UK. These include, detached and semi detached house, flats, bungalows, terraced and end of terraced houses. Of course, what you choose to rent depends on personal requirements. Consider the following: are you single? Or a couple? A family? If so, how large is your family? Will you need a outdoor space? Or lateral space?

If you choose to rent with a housemate, choose wisely and carefully as the smallest differences and disagreements can disrupt the harmony within the home environment. If you decide to rent within a Home of Multiple Occupation (HMO), ensure that you are well informed with the concept and legality of living within one.

As a perspective tenant, saving whilst renting is always a priority. You may find a property that is in better condition, better located and cheaper then the one you are in, but don’t act too hastily.

Rent is not the only living expense to consider. You must be sure to look into the cost of utility providers in the area. Increases in electricity, gas, water and broadband costs, can take their toll on what you save monthly. Council tax is also something to consider, so be sure to research the local council’s rates, before agreeing on a rental property.

When considering renting a house, the question of when is one that must be well thought through. Ultimately it comes down to whether you need to move at a specific time for a specific reason. For instance, are you having to relocate for work? Or have you had a change in circumstance and need to downsize?

However, if you are in no rush, there are a number of factors that should be taken into account with regards to the timing of renting a house. These include being aware of the busiest times in the rental market; whether is it best to move during the peak of the market or if there is too much competition? And how long before your move you should start looking?

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Property Management

Access the portal from anywhere and anytime

A complete web-based solution supported by apps, to help Landlords and tenenats with everything from finding and managing to keeping track of rents and spending.