Proof of Residency Letter from Landlord

March 6, 2019

Proof of residency letter from a landlord will include information regarding a tenant living at a certain address.

A tenant may want this letter for many purposes such as employment, visa, or program enrollment.

Typically, a letter of this sort serves as proof that a person lives where he or she says they do.

Technically, writing this letter means that you are telling the reader that you are comfortable with the person living with you because he or she is no trouble – not in so many words of course!

It is important to realize that proof of residency letter is never long – in fact, it is a short letter stating what is important, and that is it!

When writing a proof of residency letter, it is important to first analyze the situation. Ask the following questions from the tenant:

Why you do you need a proof of residency letter?

What purpose will it serve exactly?

Is there any specific information that needs to go into it?

Once you have this information, you can write a proof of residency letter by following this format:



Proof of Residency Letter from Landlord


To Whom It May Concern

This is with reference to Brittany Lampard, who has been my tenant at 422 Green Road SE, Rock Hill, SC since July 2015. During the last (almost) 4 years, Brittany has been a model tenant and has never once given cause for complaint.

Brittany has been fastidious and punctual in paying her rent and bills every month. Her current monthly rent is $600, and she has not missed a single payment up till now.

Her tenancy has never required me to involve a third party, as she has always deemed this house as her own, and has looked after it with as much care as I have. Knowing her for this long, I have not come across a single time when there was a cause for complaint.

If you need any further information, please feel free to contact me at (000) 637-7376.

Thank you,



Bruce Templeton

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