For several years, the property rental It has become a fairly common activity among Peruvians since it allows them to have an extra income. However, many times what can be a dream of fixed income can turn into a nightmare for both the landlord and the tenant.
Thinking about it, Infocorp brings some advice so that renting a home is a favorable and reliable experience for you:
- Review in detail the clauses of your rental contract: The contract must be very clear in terms of time and denominations. It must be specified if the property is to inhabit or for commercial purposes. It is necessary that the contract be reviewed by a lawyer and certified by a notary.
- Request a credit report: If you are in the process of searching for the ideal tenant, make sure that person is responsible and complies with their payments on time. One way to do this is by checking your credit report at www.infocorp.com.pe/debts for S/ 29.90.
- If you have more than one property for rent, we recommend that you purchase the Entrepreneur Pack, which allows you to have access to 3 reports at a cost of S/ 20 each.
- Verify the owners of the property: If you have already decided to rent a property, it is important that in order to mitigate the risks and avoid being scammed, you check the credit history of the owners.
- Report a delinquent tenant: If you have a tenant who is behind on payments, you can report it to the Infocorp database. For this it is necessary.
- Collect the following documents: notarized rental agreement, copy of the DNI of the landlord and tenant, receipt of services from the landlord and contact details of the tenant (email and cell phone).
- Approach the Infocorp – Equifax office, located at Av. Navarrete 849, San Isidro and submit the requested information.
- Make the payment of S /. 250 for the service.
In the case of Homeowners’ Meetings that have neighbors who fail to pay maintenance, they can register the information of delinquent owners, for which both the Homeowners’ Meeting and the president of the Homeowners’ Meeting must be registered in public records. and meet the requested requirements.
- Warranty: Request one or two months in advance to serve as an emergency fund against any damage caused by the tenant in the home, sudden suspension of rent or costs associated with maintenance.
- Check the status of your property. Visit the property once the tenant’s stay is over, this will allow you to carefully check that everything is in good condition.
By following these tips you will be able to lease a property safely and reliably and you will be closer to achieving your financial goals.