KRAFT service for landlords

Over 35 years, KRAFT Immobilien has developed a large stock of master landlords. About 1.500 Homeowners rely on new leases repeatedly on our good service and the right tenant selection.

Bid document:

  • Personal advice on the development of the tenant profile
  • Advice on finding rents also taking into account the »rental price brake«
  • Preparation of a qualified exposé with high-quality photographic material
  • Optional floor plan processing and procurement of an energy pass

Professional offer of your rental property through:

  • Offer in the comprehensive KRAFT customer file
  • Presentation of the offer in the shop window of our Poppelsdorf shop
  • Posting the offer in the KRAFT homepage
  • Inclusion of the offer in the KRAFT magazine (PDF version)
  • Setting the offer in all major real estate portals, possibly with video clip
  • Acceptance / acceptance of prospective tenants by telephone, email, fax and social media
  • Preselection of the interested parties on suitability as potential tenants
  • Carrying out visits with selected interested parties, even in the evening or on weekends
  • Credit check on customers who are interested in leasing (Creditreform and other credit bureaus), social media, if applicable
  • Presentation of suitable prospective tenants
  • Rental contract preparation - we work with contracts of current jurisdiction
  • Lease agreement with or without the participation of the landlord
  • Acceptance of the apartment from the old tenant with logging
  • Handover of the apartment to the new tenant with logging
  • We provide follow-up support should any problems arise

Note for landlords

Since the 01.11.2015, landlords are obliged to fill out an apartment confirmation no later than 14 days after the tenant moves in. A form of the city of Bonn can be found here:

ordering principle

On the 01. June 2015 came into force the Mietrechtnovellierungsgesetz. In addition to the so-called "rental price brake", the ordering principle is the central point of the amendment. This includes the rule that when arranging a rented apartment or a house, the one who pays the commission, who has commissioned the broker to do so. This is usually the landlord. By the way, nothing is "new" about this novella. For decades, supply and demand have dominated the market, and in rural areas it has always been the case that the landlord pays the brokerage commission. KRAFT Immobilien sees itself - as has been the case for many years - as a neutral intermediary between landlord and tenant. We remain committed to this claim.