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GUIDA PER UN BUON CHECK-IN

a) Affittuario

€ 0 a € 10000

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Preparazione per un buon Check-in:

Non appena la tua prenotazione è confermata, può iniziare la comunicazione diretta tra te e il futuro inquilino. Quale momento migliore dunque, per conoscerlo ed organizzare al meglio i seguenti passaggi:

CONTRATTO DI AFFITTO

Revisione del contratto di affitto, accordarsi su come versare il deposito previsto (al momento del check in ), fornire al proprietario in anticipo tutti i documenti necessari.

  • Passaporto, (obbligatorio)
  • Codice fiscale / Italian tax number, (obbligatorio)
  • Contratto di lavoro, (se necassario)
  • Iscrizione al corso di studi in Italia (se necessario)

Istruzioni per raggiungere l'abitazione ed orario del check-in

Confemare l'indirizzo completo and if necessary any specific details to find the property. Also give the Landlord your numero di volo so they can monitor your arrival and agree on a sull'orario di arrivo nell'appartamento.

IL GIORNO DEL Check-in:

VERIFICA TUTTA LA CASA – Sfrutto questo momento per fare tutte le domande possibili al proprietario. per soggiorni di più di 3 mesi +, sarai assistito da un rappresentante CribMed arrival checklist.

SECURITY DEPOSIT – After you have verified the apartment is the same as the listing on cribmed.com you should pay the security deposit directly to the owner on the day of your check in. Be prepared to:

  • Cash – (€250 per day ATM withdrawl limits in Italy) (ask for a signed receipt)
  • PayPal – (Fast but high fees – VERIFY YOUR ACCOUNT IN ADVANCE)
  • Bank transfer – Transferwise (recommended as it’s fast and has cheap fees. VERIFY YOUR ACCOUNT IN ADVANCE) (Landlord does not need a Transferwise account as the transfer goes directly to their bank account.

The Landlord will want this confirmed on the day of check-in so this may mean previously advising your bank that you will make a large foreign transaction. If you do not advise your bank beforehand they may block the transfer.

METER READINGS – The monthly rate you are paying most likely includes €100 of utilities, divided into a quantity of gas (in c/m), electricity (in kWh). At check in the owner will take note of gas, electricity, and water (if necessary) meters. Pay attention to where the meters are and how to read them. This will help you monitor your consumption. It is also good to know the whereabouts of the electricity meter in case the kill switch activates – which is common in Italy due to a low kilowattage assigned to each property.

CONDITION REPORT – This should be done within the first 72 hours after check in. Take photos and make a list (if necessary) of any existing damages and then send to the owner. This usually helps a smoother check out as now you will be accountable for only new damages.

PROPERTY MAINTENCE – Ask the owner who you should contact and the procedure if there are any issues with the property. Check out this for a guida sulle responsabilità della manutenzione