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New ‘Tenants' Tools’ launched by Marks Out Of Tenancy

Marks Out Of Tenancy, a letting review website, has launched ‘Tenants’ Tools’ for tenants to securely keep any tenancy-related images and documents securely in one place.

The system records and shows the exact dates and times that the images were taken and if the user has the ‘Save Location’ feature enabled on their mobile when they take the images, the system will save the exact location the picture was taken.

There is also storage for all their tenancy related documents, including tenancy agreement, EPC, gas safety certificates, letters from the landlord.


Folders are used to keep everything organised, listable by name or date created.

When it comes to moving out, everything can be downloaded with a click of a button, compressed to save storage space and sent off the deposit agency.

In the coming weeks Marks Out Of Tenancy is adding Contacts, Notes, a Notice Letter Generator, the ‘How To Be A Good Tenant’ guide, Rights and Responsibilities and more, making the site even more useful to renters across the country.

Ben Yarrow, CEO of Marks Out Of Tenancy, said: “By helping tenants keep all their information in one place Marks Out Of Tenancy aims to reduce the number of end-of-tenancy disputes, saving tenants, landlords, letting agencies and deposit schemes precious time and money.

“Similar services exist for landlords and letting agents, now tenants can feel empowered and in control of their tenancies.”

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    Search "review of ben yarrow" and you will find out loads about what people are saying about him, the owner of marksoutoftenancy. The site hardly gets any reviews from people claiming to be tenants so it's useful to almost no-one but stays littered with lies about landlords. Avoid.


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