Arguably, a Landlord Reference Letter Sample isn't something that you use often. Still, there's a good chance that if you are in college, a recent
college graduate, or newly married you might be needing one sooner than you care to admit right now.
Or perhaps you're just a nomadic, serial mover, someone with a penchant for moving every year or so. No matter what your reasons are you're eventually going to need a Reference Letter to help you rent or lease your next home, apartment or house.
The template below makes it easy to write one when you need it. At least it does for me. I find it hard to write a new letter of any kind from a blank sheet of paper and know that it might all be in my head, so a template makes all the difference in the world.
To Whom it May Concern:
Please be informed that [applicant] has been a tenant of [firm name] since [date]. During that time she has been a good tenant in that she always kept her apartment neat and clean, was considerate of her neighbors and paid her rent on time.
In many ways [applicant] is the ideal tenant and if you give her an opportunity and rent to her I think you'll agree.
In closing, please feel free to call me at [phone] if you'd like additional information regarding her desirability as a tenant in one of your properties.
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