What is a Letting Unit?

Tenancy Manager purposely uses the term "letting unit" rather than property (or similar) because it's a more accurate reflection of how the system works.

A letting unit can be anything which you let on a tenancy (or some cases licence) including:

  • house

  • flat

  • apartment

  • room in a shared house (where the room is to be on an individual tenancy)

  • garage

  • car parking space

  • storage

  • commercial premises (such as shop, cafe etc.)

HMO Lettings

Tenancy Manager can handle HMO type lettings in one of two ways:

  • if you let the whole house on a single tenancy, you will only need one letting unit for the whole house. When adding a new tenancy (see later) you will be able to add up to 8 individuals onto a single tenancy agreement

  • alternatively, you might grant tenancies on a per bedroom basis. In this case, each room would be an individual letting unit.