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Hosts may require some documents
Since hosts may rent for different periods, for example for short or mid term, and some are private individuals, others are companies, they may have different requirements. That’s why we have these options.
Most often, specially for vacation rentals, hosts will not require any document, or maybe only ID.
Documents are submitted when doing a booking request. They may be:
– ID or Passport
– Proof of income
– Personal video (video cv)
Hosts may opt not to ask documents and request them only after approval via message (also optional).
Note: the personal video will not be possible to provide via message.
You can attach several documents, PDF or images (jpg, png, gif).
ID or Passport
If you have a national id card, that is best. Scan both sides.
Else, passport is also ok. Scan cover and relevant pages.
Host may ask also for your tax id on your country of residence.
Proof of income
May be asked for mid or long-term stays.
As proof of income salary statements for the last 3 months are normally sufficient. You can also submit your yearly IRS statement.
Alternatively, some hosts may accept the last 3 – 6 months bank statements.
Also, some hosts may request a guarantor.
If you do not want to submit this information at the time of booking, for privacy reasons, in text box ‘Introduce yourself to the host’, you can explain your reasons.
Personal video (video cv)
May be asked for long-term stays.
The personal video is a feature unique to Tren-di. It’s the equivalent of having a short meeting with the host. It’s a brief video cv.
To create one: with your phone record a 5 min video of yourself. Talk a bit about you, your career, current job, income and why you would like to rent the property. Once done compress video to a lower size. Then upload it to Tren-di to your personal area. When doing a booking request simply select it.
For more details see Dashboard / Video cv. See all technical details in Create a Video.
For detail information on video creation for Tren-di see below.