About real estate leasing in Japan

About joint guarantor

① What is a joint guarantor?

"O fiador é uma pessoa financeiramente estável que garante ao proprietário do imóvel que

Therefore, most cases are obligatory to establish a joint guarantor. Legally, a joint guarantor will bear the very binding responsibility equivalent to that of a contractor, so it is usually better to ask your relatives and others to do it.

② Search for foreign guarantor

However, Japan's custom of this guarantor is a major problem when foreigners rent a room.

As a requirement of the guarantor, it is required to be "Japanese and" to have certain income. Naturally, it is common for foreign relatives to be foreigners, searching guarantors is a big problem. Japanese people taught that it will not be only guarantors, so it is almost impossible for ordinary friends to undertake it easily.

③ Guarantee company

"Por haver casos em que mesmo os japoneses não podem encontrar fiadores

A guarantee company that obliges the establishment of a joint guarantor (in this case there is the merit that the examination will be easier for the occupant to pass through) and a guarantee company that obliges the establishment of emergency contacts (there is no financial burden on emergency contacts) there is ........., ........., etc.

There is no warranty or emergency contacts Establishing a company with no guarantee company is very small in the overall ratio.

Others that used credit card companies.

The following is a reference level to the last, but it describes the charge.

  • Guarantor company with obligation to establish guarantor

    Approximately 30% of fixed monthly fees such as rent, common expense, management fee, parking lot etc are paid at contract. It does not cost every month.

  • Company with obligation to set up only emergency contacts

    About 50% to 70% of fixed monthly fees such as rent, common expense, management fee, parking lot etc. are paid at the time of contract. It does not cost every month. In addition, from the following year many cases pay only 10,000 yen annually as annual guarantee fee.

I think that the above two cases are the most frequent patterns, but since it varies greatly depending on the guarantee company, please confirm details.
* Normally, the guarantor company is not selected by the tenant, but the case where the management company specifies is almost the case.