A Landlord can be anyone who advertises a property on the Spotahome website for mid-to-long term rentals. Landlords can be individuals or legal entities, as well as any other entity with the authority to rent on its own name or on behalf of third parties the property that wants to be advertised. The Landlord will sign a lease agreement with the tenant. Spotahome will not be part of this agreement, and the terms and conditions will be negotiated by the Landlord and the tenant. If the Landlord is a legal entity, the individual making use of the services shall accept Spotahome’s Terms and Conditions on behalf of the Landlord and shall have enough authority to meet the obligations agreed on its behalf.
Articles in this section
- 1. How can I list my property on the website?
- 2. Who can become a Spotahome Landlord?
- 3. What rules and regulations do I need to consider before I become a Spotahome landlord?
- 4. What regulations are relevant (or apply) in my city?
- 5. How fast will my property get rented if I advertise it with Spotahome?
- 6. Can I set specific requirements for the tenants?