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Welcome Letter

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This is a letter sent to a new tenant from the landlord welcoming the tenant to the property. The landlord informs the tenant that they can contact him or her if the tenant has any questions or concerns. Additionally, the landlord includes with the letter a directory of useful telephone numbers and any instructions, manuals, or warranties for appliances on the property. This letter can be useful for landlords, property owners, or property management companies to make new tenants feel welcomed.

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									This is a letter sent to a new tenant from the landlord welcoming the tenant to the
property. The landlord informs the tenant that they can contact him or her if the tenant
has any questions or concerns. Additionally, the landlord includes with the letter a
directory of useful telephone numbers and any instructions, manuals, or warranties for
appliances on the property. This letter can be useful for landlords, property owners, or
property management companies to make new tenants feel welcomed.
                          TENANT WELCOME LETTER
Date:


To:



Dear [Enter Name]


Re: [Enter Address of Property]


I/We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing selecting [name of apartment]
and we sincerely hope that you find your new home comfortable and enjoyable. We hope that the
move went smoothly for all and that everything is getting settled quickly and comfortably.

I/we shall try to ensure that I/We am/are available to answer any questions that you may have
during the term of your tenancy, so please do not hesitate to contact me/us if you have any
questions.

For your convenience, I/We have enclosed with this letter a directory of useful telephone
numbers, some information about the local area and any instruction manuals/warranties for
appliances and devices in the property.

Hope you have a great time!

Yours sincerely




____________________________________




Tenant’s Welcome Letter                                                                     2
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Tenant’s Welcome Letter                                                                       3

								
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