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

The offeror is invited to reserve the property by paying a Reservation Fee (and Administration Fee) and signing a Reservation Agreement. 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 […]

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My offer has been accepted what is the next step?

Reserve property – complete Reservation Agreement and pay Reservation Fee and Administration Fee via this link here 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 reserve a property?

There are two parts to reserving a property: 1. Pay the Reservation Fee and Administration Fee – see here 2. Complete a Reservation Agreement – available here A property cannot be reserved until the an offer to rent the property has been accepted by the landlord (or Jungle Property acting in their behalf).

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If I fail the referencing will I get my fees back?

If the Applicant’s references are not satisfactory as detailed in section 6 of the Terms and Conditions of our Reservation Agreement, a tenancy will not be granted and the Reservation Fee will be refunded less any reasonable costs as defined in section 4 of the Terms and Conditions. In such circumstances, the Administration Fee will […]

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What happens to the reservation fee if I withdraw my application?

In the first instance check the Reservation Agreement Terms and Conditions. The Reservation Fee will be refunded less any reasonable costs, the sum total of which may equate to or exceed the amount of the Reservation Fee and viewings of the property will resume and new offers will be accepted for the property in the […]

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Is the reservation fee the deposit?

The Reservation Fee becomes the deposit (together with any additional pet payment) if a tenancy is granted and is transferred in its entirety to the custody of the Deposit Protection Service (the DPS). Still not answered your question? We love questions so fire it at us using the contact details here Please rate this article […]

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