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Erdington | Tenant Fees

Tenant Fees

Belvoir! Lettings Tenant Fees - (All below fees are inclusive of VAT)

What fees can I expect to pay if I rent a property with Belvoir! Lettings?

When you have decided to apply for a property, Belvoir! Lettings will provide you with a Tenancy Application form. This form helps explain the next stages of your application and the fees due before you sign your Tenancy Agreement. It also explains any fees which may become payable during the tenancy, and confirms the agreed rent and the security deposit. For your information in the majority of cases Belvoir! Lettings will protect your security deposit with the TDS or DPS, tenancy deposit protection schemes. This is subject to your landlord's terms and conditions.

If you have any questions about our fees please just ask the branch staff.

Below is a list of our current fee scales.

The fees described below will become effective from 2015 on any new application. 

All fees are non-refundable, however, if the application passes the credit check and the landlord declines to proceed, a full refund will be made.

Tenant Fee          

Single Applicant: £252.00 (including VAT)          

Couples Fee: £324.00 (including VAT)

Additional fees which may be applicable to some tenants...       

Guarantor Fee: £150.00 (including VAT)        

Extension Fee: £60.00 (including VAT)         

Checkout Fee: £60.00 (including VAT)       

Company Let Fee: £600.00 (including VAT)     

What is the administration fee?

The administration fee includes the cost of referencing — which will cover checking your credit status, previous employer, current or past landlords, and taking into account any other information to help assess the affordability of your tenancy application. The fee also includes providing a Tenancy Agreement and protecting your security deposit with the DPS scheme.

When do I pay the administration fee?

After a viewing and when you have decided to apply for the property. We will provide you with a Tenancy Application form which lists the services we provide and the fees that are payable. You will then be asked for your administration fee.

Any additional fees that may be applicable to you, for example a guarantor fee, will also be collected on the day that you submit your application form. Your rental payment and security deposit payment will become due no later than the day you sign your tenancy agreement and move in to your new home.

What other fees may be payable before I can move into the property of my choice?

Additional Person

This covers the cost of processing the application and associated paperwork for any additional applicants.


Depending on the outcome from your application from the referencing company, your earnings or overall financial position may require you to provide a Guarantor. This is not uncommon, and means you have someone on your behalf that undergoes credit referencing – to ensure they have sufficient earnings to cover the overall rent commitments in the event that you, as the tenant, are unable to pay your rent. This fee is payable in respect of each Guarantor to cover aditional credit check and referencing costs.

Permitted Occupier

This is a person approaching, or over the age of 17 who will not be permanently residing at the rented property. This only applies in very specific situations and then only with the landlords consent.

During the tenancy, we offer these additional services:

Amendment fee

May be applicable if a change to the tenancy is required mid-term. This may be due to a change in personal circumstances and / or a request to leave the tenancy early is agreed prior to the end of the tenancy agreement (this is subject to Landlord consent).

Extension fee

This is the cost of preparing a new Tenancy Agreement and negotiating with your landlord for a further fixed term tenancy. Extending your tenancy, if agreed by your landlord, gives an assurance of staying in the property for a further fixed period, and avoids the uncertainty of a landlord serving notice at any given time.

Check out fee

Some landlords ask Belvoir! Lettings to employ external inventory companies to produce an inventory for their property before the let. Where this applies, you will be liable for a check out fee when the inventory company carries out their inspection at the end of the tenancy. If applicable, the check-out report forms an important part of how the return of your security deposit is arranged. Please feel free to ask our staff if this would apply to you.

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