Tenant's solvability evaluated
through the bank statements
Guaranteed rent payment
on a fixed date
100% free for
Your tenant is selected through the YouCheck algorithm which analyses bank statements to assess the discipline and reliability of candidates.
Your rents and charges are paid to you each month on a fixed date, whatever happens: Youse is the intermediary of payment between you and the tenant, so that you avoid late payments and unpaid rents.
No more complicated procedures: thanks Youse, your rents continue to be paid for up to 24 months in the event of unpaid rents. After 3 months, you benefit from a free assistance to initiate a procedure of cancellation of the lease.
The Youse guarantee is fully financed by the tenant (3.8% of the rent including charges). This way you make sure of the profitability of your property... and you enjoy your peace of mind !
160 years of experience
38 million insured worldwide
5000 employees worldwide
313 billion € net average outstanding amount 2018
The tenant applies on the Youse site. If he/she is accepted, he/she will provide you a Youse certificate. You can then contact our team at +33 (0)1 87 66 19 10 to check the terms of the lease.
We need an ID, a proof of address and an IBAN to pay you the rent each month.
Sign the lease as well as the lease guarantee, delivered by your tenant.
« Youse talks directly to the tenant when he/she applies: it is a major advantage because he/she does not have to check the boxes of a pre-established rigid profile, which is not easy to fit. It’s a real support for the landlord, who must otherwise do everything on his/her own. »
« I’m the one suggesting Youse to my tenants. In my opinion, it’s the best solution for a tenant. If necessary, I even propose to the tenant to pay half of the monthly fee, which remains a great deal for me compared to other insurance options »
« Youse brings a 2 year guarantee in case of unpaid rents, which is great. Knowing you’re covered all this time brings you a real peace of mind. »
« It is a tenant who introduced me to Youse. He was an expatriate who made a very good living but had no long term contract in France. Fortunately there are services like this, it doesn’t make any sense to refuse someone simply because he/she does not have a French contract. »