Renting is easier when you have a Renter Resume. Create it once, and use it to apply for as many properties as you like.
What is a Renter Resume?
A Renter Resume is a personal rental application form designed to help you stand out next time you apply for a rental property. You only need to create your Renter Resume once and you can use it to apply for as many properties as you like.
How can a Renter Resume help you find a rental property?
Searching for a place to rent can be a stressful experience for anyone, no matter how experienced they are at house hunting. Enquiries, emails, phone calls and rental viewings can add to the overwhelm of the moving experience – not to mention the time you spend filling out a new application every time you find a property you like.
Once you’ve filled out your rental application form, you have complete control to edit and review your profile. More importantly, you can instantly generate property enquiries and applications with the click of a button. Rather than being another name on a list of rental candidates, your application will stand out.
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How does it work?
As a Rent.com.au user, your personalised Renter Resume can improve your chance of success when you next apply for a property. When you get started, you’ll be asked to fill in answers to some standard tenancy application questions.
Your responses will be visible to a prospective landlord or property manager when you send an application online through Rent.com.au. This information is secure and is only accessible by you unless you choose to share it with a landlord or property manager.
More than 800,000 people across Australia have now created a renting profile application, Renter Resume on Rent.com.au.
What sort of information should I include in my Renter Resume?
Information you can choose to include in your Renter Resume includes (but is not limited to):
- A brief bio (About me)
- Your past tenancy history
- Your employment history
- When you’re available to move
- Rental references
- A Pet Resume
- Optional verification information, including an identity-check using a 100-point check (think Medicare number, driver’s licence, your passport, etc).
You are in control of how much (or how little) information you wish to include. Remember, the more information you provide, the greater your chances are of appealing to a prospective landlord or property manager. Renter Resume is designed to be a simple, fun experience and is available on the Rent app and on mobile and desktop.
How do I start a Renter Resume?
If you’re an existing Rent.com.au member, login with your username and password and click Create a Renter Resume. We’ll step you through the process. If you’re new to Rent.com.au, follow the prompts on our sign-up page to create your account. You can use your email address or Facebook account.
Can I create a Renter Resume if I’ve never rented before?
You don’t need to have rented before to create a Renter Resume. Rather than adding rental history to your residential history section, simply enter your current address. It’s not a problem if that address is not a rental and you’re living with your parents.