Tenant FAQ's

There are no fees payable, only a holding deposit which is equivalent to one weeks rent to secure the property.  The holding deposit with your permission will be allocated to the full deposit.

This depends on the property type and the landlord (there is a pet rent of £25pcm per pet). Generally, the property management company of apartment blocks will not allow pets in apartments.

Yes, we have tenants on DSS, who have a guarantor with no adverse credit history and subject to referencing.

Yes, if it is satisfied and below £5,000, you can with a guarantor with no adverse credit history and subject to referencing. If the CCJ is satisfied and under £300, there will be no requirement for a guarantor. the final decision is made by the landlord.

Take your gross annual income divide by 12, multiply by 2.5.

Our minimum lets are 6 months.

Unless a tenant or landlord specifically request a tenancy renewal then we naturally allow our tenancies to roll into statutory periodic tenancy.

Permission is needed from the landlord through the agent, conditions may apply for example putting the property back to how it was originally given.

We do this for you, we use a company called help the move, who notify gas, water, electric suppliers and council tax the dates you moved in/out of the property and provide meter readings.

No, but this at your own risk. Why wouldn’t you want to insure your contents or any accidental damage you cause to the property?

By ringing into our office during office hours. Out of Hours emergency is also provided.

You will need to give one month tenancy notice from the rent due date.

It varies depending on how quickly your references come back. If you use open banking- referencing can be done in less than 24 hours.

Yes, if you have a UK bank account and fulltime employment contract for when you arrive in the country.

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