Tenants

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We would firstly recommend prioritising areas you would like to rent in and then prioritising the other vital features such as schools, transport links, access to shops. We recommend creating a list, so your agent can effectively work with you.

Deposit

One monthly deposit will be required upfront, which is a ‘security deposit’. Tenants will be informed of the protection scheme, and the deposit is used to cover breakages, damages and other liabilities in your tenant agreement. Please be aware that deposits cant be used towards rent, in any circumstance.

Tennant Insurance

We can offer various insurance policies for both tenants and landlords; please contact us for more details.

Monthly Budget

Ensure you create a list or spreadsheet to add up your expenses and income to ensure you can afford your expenses including insurance, water, gas, electric, council tax and tv licence. These will be the responsibility of the tenant.

Contents Insurance

Your landlord is not responsible for insuring the contents of your house including equipment, furnishings, fixtures/fittings and other similar appliances and items.

Contents Insurance

Your landlord is not responsible for insuring the contents of your house including equipment, furnishings, fixtures/fittings and other similar appliances and items.

Moving In

Get information regarding your property and also get the landlord’s contact details. This is so if something goes wrong, you will have the applicable contact details to get your issue sorted out. You will also need to inform Local Council Tax Departments and British Telecom, of your move. These services are to be paid by the tenant. You should at least make these arrangements one week before you move, but earlier the better. Also make sure you take good care of the property, to avoid disputes at the end of your tenancy.

Moving Out

You will be contacted near the time of your vacation date, or if you would like to stay in the property. Once you have made a decision, we will ensure to inform your landlord to see if they will accept a further extension on the property. In the case both parties agree to continue, a new tenancy agreement form will be required, and a fee of £80.00 will be required.

If you are going to move out of a property, we at least need a whole months notice and more if stated in the tenancy contract agreement. You will need to ensure the property is cleaned professionally and ensure that you remove all your belongings.