The UK's largest tenant referencing and specialist lettings insurance company

With over 20 years' experience to our name, we're the leading go-to experts for the lettings industry. Whether you're a letting agent, tenant or landlord, we understand the issues and concerns you face, and have designed our comprehensive range of specialist products to give you complete protection and peace of mind.

About HomeLet   


Why HomeLet?

We may be the market leader but that doesn't mean we rest on our laurels. We're always searching for ways to do things even better, providing you with the best service and solutions possible. We operate within our four core values of honesty, expertise, respect and progress. This means everything we do has a focus on treating our customers fairly. When you work with HomeLet, you can rest assured you’re working with a transparent organisation which operates with integrity. 


The HomeLet Rental Index

On property portals you only see advertised rents. Our Rental Index shows you the rents that are actually agreed by letting agents, along with key tenant demographics. It's a great way to get a useful insight into the market trends of the Private Rented Sector. 

View the HomeLet Rental Index 


Latest news

Will the new Cabinet rethink housing? link arrow

21/09/2016 Theresa May has been Prime Minister for over two months now. And while it'll still take some time for her to put her own stamp on the future of the country, we thought it’d be interesting to see how May, her new Chancellor Phillip Hammond and Housing Minister Gavin Barwell aim to tackle housing and the Private Rented Sector (PRS) over the coming months and years.

Moving in: What do you need to do? link arrow

20/09/2016 Once you've found a rental property and signed the tenancy agreement, you'll be able to start thinking about moving in. After moving in, it's not time to relax just yet as there's still a few things you need to do to ensure a smooth tenancy. Read our summary of a tenant's post-moving tasks - from who you'll need to inform of your new address, to what your landlord should provide when you move in.