RENTING FOR LANDLORDS
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Trust our agents to get you the best lease as we turn your space into extra income. We care to find you good and reliable tenants who will keep your property well-maintained. Because at Ohmyhome, we’re always by your side, always on your side.
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What to expect when you lease your home with us
Once we have received your property’s information, we will comb through our extensive database of renters and match the right tenants to your property. If we are unable to find you a match here, we will proceed to marketing your property.
We will begin by taking photos and videos of your property, as we prepare for a quality viewing experience for potential tenants. On top of listing on our platform, we will market your property on other major listing platforms, including Google and Facebook.
All viewing arrangements and negotiation of terms will be conducted by our agent for you. From here, you will be promptly presented with all the offers you receive.
The tenancy agreement, inventory checklist and other documents will be prepared by your agent to safeguard your interest.
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Ohmyhome Relationship Managers will assist in reminding the tenant if the rent has not been paid on the due date.
As required under the Tenancy Agreement, the upkeep of the property is the responsibility of the tenant during the tenancy period.
Agent fees are payable upon renewal if it is the same tenant that the Ohmyhome agent has secured.
The minimum rental period for HDB flats is six months and three months for private properties.
HDB policy does not allow selling a flat with tenancy because the new owner is required to fulfill a Minimum Occupation Period (MOP) of five years, during which they are not allowed to rent out the whole unit. This policy is not applicable to condos and other private residential properties. In fact. private properties are often sold with tenancy.