Simple and safe renting!

Rendin simplifies renting and makes it more convenient with the support of background checks, insurance and digital contracts.

Useful for both the landlord and the tenant

  • Secure agreement

  • Deposit-free renting

  • Protection from debts and damages

  • Digital process

  • Free for the landlord, the tenant pays 2.5% monthly fee

The tenant doesn't have to pay the deposit and gets to optimize their starting costs.

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What is Rendin?

Rendin connects landlords and tenants, protects them throughout the rental period and saves both parties time and money.

What is our service? How can we benefit the landlord and tenant? Get answers to these and other questions here.

How to use Rendin

1

ADD YOUR PROPERTY TO RENDIN

This step is simple and fast. We only ask you for the most vital information e.g. address, nr of rooms etc.

2

FIND A TENANT AND ADD THEM TO THE AGREEMENT

Use our invite link to check their background and add them to the agreement. You can find it in the agreement view.

3

ADD TERMS OF THE LEASE

Fill out the blanks and add any extra conditions you find necessary.

4

SIGN THE AGREEMENT

The information to sign the contract will be sent to both parties via email.

5

CREATE A HANDOVER ACT

The act should include photos of the apartment, info about the meters and any other important information.

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