Is there a deposit or fees?

For tenants, a Holding Deposit and a Tenancy Deposit are payable before the commencement of the tenancy. Details of the Holding Deposit and Tenancy Deposit are shown in the property listings online. For tenants, there are no fees payable before the start of the tenancy but there many be permitted payments due during the tenancy […]

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What are the pros and cons of virtual tours?

The use of virtual tours is increasingly common for marketing properties for sale and let. The advantages of virtual tours are obvious and there is nothing illegal nor any breach of any code to accept an offer based on a virtual tour. However there are some pitfalls and reasons why we would never advocate making, […]

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What does the rent amount shown on your listing include?

The rent shown on all our property listings refers to the amount of asking rent per calendar month (PCM) only. If anything else is included in this amount e.g. a gardening service, it will be explicitly detailed towards the top of the listing. Some property portals may automatically convert this figure to rent per week […]

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What is you average void period over the last 3 years?

Sorry we do not collate statistics on average void periods as most of the (many) factors that affect the length of a void are outside our control e.g. time of year property is listed etc. When marketing your property you should have enquiries in the first week and the first viewing within 10-14 days. If […]

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I have accepted an offer to rent my property, what happens next?

The offeror is invited to reserve the property by signing a Reservation Agreement and paying a Holding Deposit. You will be notified only if, and when, each of these events occurs. Until both of these events occurs, we will continue to carry out viewings of the property and will pass on any new offers we […]

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Can a tenant make an offer for a property available to let?

Yes – an advertisement for a property available to let is an ‘invitation to treat’ I.e. Inviting offers for renting the property. Any offer can be accepted or rejected by the landlord (or their agent) and does not constitute a contract. Before making any offer for a rent lower than the asking rent, the tenant […]

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