Tenancy agreement

A tenancy agreement is a legally binding contract between a landlord and tenant. It sets out the rights and responsibilities of both parties, such as the amount of rent to be paid, any restrictions on use of the property or sound levels in shared areas. It also outlines key details such as when notices can be served, how long the tenancy will last, and what notice period is required for either party to end the tenancy.

It is important to read through and understand your tenancy agreement before signing so you know what's expected of you throughout your tenancy. Having a clear understanding of the terms of the agreement can help create a successful and stress-free rental experience for both parties.

To download and read a sample tenancy agreement click on the links below.

Easy Read information

Below, you will find Easy Read information about the tenancy agreement which outline the rights and responsibilities of the tenant and the landlord throughout the duration of the tenancy.

Rules to live in the home

These files tell you the rules for you and inhousing when you rent a home from inhousing. This is called the terms of agreement.

I move into a new house. I agree to all the rules.

This file tells you about the final agreement between you and inhousing, and how you agree to the rules of living in your new house. 

Why inhousing can come in to your home

This file tells you why inhousing can come in to your home. When inhousing comes in to your home it is called an inspection.

Consent to share

This file explains if inhousing can tell others about you. It is called consent to share.