Do landlords normally increase rent annually?

Information about increasing rents can be found in this blog article How to increase the rent for an assured shorthold tenancy A word of caution about increasing rents… …It is reasonable that rent levels can change in line with market values. However, rent increases need to be treated with caution. Rent increases are never welcomed […]

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How do I calculate extra days rent?

To calculate the daily rent for a property, multiply the monthly rent by 12 and then divide the total by 365. Example: you are paying £600 per calendar month rent so the daily rent will be 600 multiplied by 12 divided by 365 = £19.72 rent per day. Still not answered your question? We love […]

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What are the bank details for paying my rent?

First Rent Payment The details for the first rent payment only can be found here Future Rent Payments Future rent payments are made via Standing Order with the details contained in a partly completed Standing Order Mandate form provided at the Check-in. For Full Management properties, future rent payments are made to Jungle Property. For […]

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When do I need to pay the advance rental?

The advance rental payment must be received in cleared funds on or before the signing of the Tenancy Agreement. Still not answered your question? We love questions so fire it at us using the contact details here Please rate this article so we know how well it answered your question…

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How do I pay my advance rent?

Bank Transfer – please contact us for bank details – contact details here Card Payment here (Fee of 2.4% + 20p applies) Cash – deposited at any branch of your bank or any branch of NatWest using the bank details provided and using the first line of the Property address as a reference

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Can I change my rent day?

Any request to vary the rent day will be subject to the approval of the landlord. If approved, we will draft and send you a Deed for Variation of Agreement which must be signed, witnessed and returned to Jungle Property together with a copy of a revised Standing Order Mandate form.

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