You can let your property to a company through OpenRent. As standard we advise that signing a tenancy with a company is generally not advisable unless you have specific experience in or advice on this.
Signing a Company Let means the contract you create won't be an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST), the kind of contract which provides statutory protection to landlords and tenants via the Housing Act.
Accommodating Company Lets
Our usual suggested workaround is to have the individual who will be living in the property as a tenant, and then to add the company as guarantor. This provides you with financial security (we can reference the company if you wish) while retaining the legal status of the AST.
Our Rent Now process is designed to create ASTs, and as such have individuals as tenants, so if having a company as tenant is a firm requirement we'd recommend you take legal advice to understand the full implications of this.