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Need a guarantor to rent in France?

Garantme can be you guarantor!

Garantme strengthens your housing application to get the apartment you want. With Garantme landlords are reassured and feel confident renting you their apartment.

35 discount with the promo code LE2018 

What is a guarantor?

In most cases, landlords or lessors will ask you to provide a guarantor for your rent in France. A guarantor is legally responsible in the event of a default from you. He or she brings financial security to reassure your landlord: with a guarantor at your side, the landlord trusts your ability to fully pay your rent in due time.
It is a huge commitment, that's why the guarantor must respect some criteria.

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What is Garantme?

Garantme is your guarantor in France. We get your application at the top of the pile with the Garantme Guarantee. To do so, we work with insurance carriers, which fully reassures landlords

 

Why am I asked to provide a guarantor?

Because landlords want to rent their apartment to secured tenants, they ask a guarantor if the renter:
- Is a student
- Is not a French citizen
- Has no revenues in France
- Is in a trial period
- Has a limited-period contract or unstable revenues
- Earns less than 3 times the rent

You are in one of those situations? That's why we are here! 
You can apply to our lease guarantee which gives full security to your landlord. It only takes 5 minutes, we take care of the rest.
If your landlord does not know us yet, we will be happy to discuss with him or her.

Why tenants like us

Our clients

recommend us

With Garantme your application gets at the top of the list!

With Garantme, the fact that my parents are living abroad wasn't an issue anymore! Thank you for your quick and effective service - FloreTenant in Paris

Without you guys my roommate and I would be homeless! - Joakim, Tenant in Nantes

Great people with an unlimited will to help you under any circumstances! Totally recommended! Dafni, Tenant in Paris