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  • Local council tax band costs
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Booking a viewing is simple and can be done anytime online or over the phone. We’ll work around you in order to agree a suitable time.

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We provide quality accommodation and ensure compliance with the latest legislation, regularly inspecting properties.

Renting Terms and Conditions

Holding Deposit (per person): £200. This is to reserve a property. Please Note: This will be withheld if any relevant person (including any guarantor(s)) withdraw from the tenancy, fail a Right- to-Rent check, provide materially significant false or misleading information, or fail to sign their tenancy agreement (and / or Deed of Guarantee) within 15 calendar days (or other Deadline for Agreement as mutually agreed in writing).

Security Deposit (per person. Rent under £50,000 per year): £400. This covers damages or defaults on the part of the tenant during the tenancy.

Unpaid Rent: Interest at 3% above the Bank of England Base Rate from Rent Due Date until paid in order to pursue non-payment of rent. Please Note: This will not be levied until the rent is more than 14 days in arrears.

Lost Key(s) or other Security Device(s): Tenants are liable to the actual cost of replacing any lost key(s) or other security device(s). If the loss results in locks needing to be changed, the actual costs of a locksmith, new lock and replacement keys for the tenant, landlord any other persons requiring keys will be charged to the tenant. If extra costs are incurred there will be a charge of £15 per hour (inc. VAT) for the time taken replacing lost key(s) or other security device(s).

Variation of Contract (Tenant's Request): £50 (inc. VAT) per agreed variation. To cover the costs associated with taking landlord's instructions as well as the preparation and execution of new legal documents.

Change of Sharer (Tenant's Request): £50 (inc. VAT) per replacement tenant or any reasonable costs incurred if higher. To cover the costs associated with taking landlord's instructions, new tenant referencing and Right-to-Rent checks, deposit registration as well as the preparation and execution of new legal documents.

Early Termination (Tenant's Request): Should the tenant wish to leave their contract early, they shall be liable to the landlord's costs in re-letting the property as well as all rent due under the tenancy until the start date of the replacement tenancy. These costs will be no more than the maximum amount of rent outstanding on the tenancy.

If you any questions on our fees, please ask a member of staff.

Frequently Asked Questions

What references do you require?

To ensure a smooth and successful tenancy, we require a few key pieces of information during the application process. We kindly ask for your current address, and we will conduct a credit check on each tenant. Additionally, if you are currently renting, we will request a reference from your existing Landlord or Letting Agent. To provide additional assurance, we also require a written reference from your employer or guarantor. For self-employed applicants, we ask for an accountant's reference and the most recent set of submitted accounts.

What is an assured short-hold tenancy?

The lease you will sign is an Assured Shorthold, which provides you with the security of staying in the property for the duration of the lease, as long as you fulfill all the obligations outlined in the agreement. In the rare event that the landlord wishes to end the tenancy, you will be given ample notice of two months to make arrangements and vacate the premises.

What happens if there is a maintenance issue?

We take maintenance seriously and aim to resolve any issues as quickly and efficiently as possible. If you require maintenance, please notify us promptly via email to minimise any potential problems that could arise. Our agents will promptly alert the relevant tradespersons, who will respond accordingly based on the nature and urgency of the task. To prevent any additional issues from arising, we recommend that tenants take simple precautionary measures, such as turning off water at the stopcock or isolating electric or gas supplies at the mains if necessary.

Can I have a pet?

We understand the importance of having a furry companion, but unfortunately, pets are not allowed in our properties without prior written consent from the landlord or ourselves. If you are considering getting a pet, please consult with us first and submit a written request, stating the age, type, and breed of the pet. We will then seek permission from the landlord on your behalf and advise you accordingly.

Do I need insurance?

To ensure that you are covered in the event of accidental damage to the Landlord's contents, buildings, fixtures, and fittings, we recommend that you take out contents insurance. Please note that while the landlord is responsible for insuring the building, your own contents are not covered under their policy. Therefore, it is important to consider taking out contents insurance to protect your own belongings and provide you with peace of mind.

What deposit is required and how will I get it back?

At the start of your tenancy, a deposit will be required to secure the property. For students, this is usually £300, while professionals are required to pay one month's rent. Your deposit will be held in a government-approved scheme throughout the tenancy and will be returned to you at the end of your lease, provided that the property is left in good condition and without any damages beyond fair wear and tear.

How is the rent paid?

As a tenant you are responsible for ensuring the rent is paid in full and on time. We have facilities to enable you to establish a standing order which will mean payments are paid directly from your bank to our designated account.  You will need to cancel the standing order before leaving the property. 

Who is responsible for Council Tax and other bills?

If you're a student, you don't need to worry about council tax. Additionally, We offer a convenient bills-inclusive package, although you're welcome to arrange your own bills if you prefer.

How much do I need to pay to reserve a property?

Once the Landlord has agreed to accept your application (subject to references and contract) we will ask for a holding deposit equating to one week’s rent. Upon successfully passing the referencing stage of the application, the holding deposit paid will count towards the total balance of rent and deposit owed before the tenancy start date. You risk losing your deposit in the event you provide inaccurate or misleading information on your application, fail a right to rent check, do not all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement or unilaterally withdraw your application. 

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