Rent will be quoted as weekly but will usually be payable monthly. To convert the weekly rental figure into the monthly figure; multiply the weekly rent by 52 and divide the total by 12.
Making An Offer
If you would like to make an offer on a property, contact the negotiator who showed you (or the office).
You will need to put down a non refundable holding deposit and outline-
How much you would like to pay / the date you wish to move in / who will be moving in to the property / and any other conditions i.e. furniture etc.
To Retain A Property
A holding deposit of one-week’s rent is required to secure a property. To hold a property for a period of two weeks or more a larger holding-deposit will be required. This will depend on the type of property and the length of time you wish to hold it for. Should a Tenant decide not to proceed with the letting the holding-deposit will not be refunded.
We use an independent referencing company to collect references on our behalf using the information you have given us. Please return the reference and guarantor forms to us as soon as possible to avoid any delays in the referencing process.
There is an administrative charge of one weeks rent to prepare the Tenancy Agreement. There is also an additional inventory charge which varies depending on the size of the property.
A deposit (the value of six weeks rent) will be held by the Landlord under a government approved Tenancy Deposit Scheme for the duration of the tenancy and is refundable at the end of the term, less any deductions for damages to the property or contents subsequent to the final checking of the inventory.
The tenant will cover the cost of the Inventory and/or check-in as required. The Landlord will be responsible for arranging the check-out. Where a professional inventory has been prepared an inventory clerk will visit the property to assess the condition at the commencement of the Tenancy. The cost will depend on the size of the property.
Tenants will be responsible for the cost of all services throughout the tenancy including Council Tax, Water Rates, Gas, Electricity, Telephone and TV Licence. Tenants will be responsible for insuring any personal possessions they decide to bring into the property.
Rental payments, after the first month, must be paid by standing order directly to the nominated account.
The total payable on or before day one will be:
- One month’s rent in advance
- Six weeks Deposit
- Administration fee £200 +VAT (equivalent to one weeks rent)
- Reference Fee, £50 +VAT (Per Person)
- Credit Check Fee £75 +VAT (Per Person)
- Inventory Fee £50 +VAT
TV And Broadband Services
We are affiliates with major Media Services and are able to offer you great entertainment at an even better price.