maintain a comprehensive database of properties available
to rent and prospective tenants and their requirements.
As properties become available we will immediately contact
prospective tenants registered with us. If you would like
to be contacted please complete the online form or call
us. We are usually informed of property available to rent
within 1-2 months of the occupancy date so it is advisable
to contact us early. If you are interested in any of our
properties please contact us for an appointment to view.
If you wish to make an application for a property you will
need to complete a written application form including occupancy
dates, duration of the letting etc and an application fee
will be required. This fee will hold the property for you
whilst we obtain sufficient references for the tenancy to
MUCH MONEY WILL I NEED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE TENANCY?
we will take a months rent in advance plus a bond equivalent
to approximately six weeks rent.
PERSONAL INFORMATION DO I NEED TO GIVE YOU?
completing the reference application form, you will need
to have the following information/supporting documents with
full address of your current property, including the postcode.If
less than three years at your current address, a list of
all your addresses for the last three years with postcodes
and dates of occupation.
full company name, address and postcode of your employer
(if applicable) plus a contact name, telephone and fax number
and email address (if available).
contact name/company name, address, telephone and fax number
of current letting agent or landlord (if applicable).
of identity and proof of residency covering the last six
months by producing at least one of the following:
driving licence with your current address
recent utility bill no more that 3 months old
recent mobile phone bill
recent council tax bill in your name at your current address
copy of your current tenancy agreement.
is a tenancy agreement?
Tenancy Agreement is a legally binding contract between
the Landlord and Tenant that sets out both the legal and
contractual responsibilities and obligations of both parties.
It is imperative that if you have any individual conditions
that are important to you or especially relevant to the
particular let or property, that you advise us so that they
can be incorporated into the Tenancy Agreement. It is usual
for landlords to sign the Tenancy Agreement themselves.
will take one of two forms being either an Assured Tenancy
or, more commonly, an Assured Shorthold Tenancy. Recent
legislation has determined that unless specifically shown
in a written agreement any new tenancy created will be deemed
an "Assured Shorthold Tenancy".
Assured Shorthold Tenancy guarantees the tenant a minimum
first Term of 6 months. The tenancy may be brought to an
end by the Landlord by way of a 2 months previous Notice
in writing. Whilst the Agreement may stipulate that one
month's Notice is required from the Tenant to terminate
at 6 months, the Law entitles the tenant to ignore this
and merely hand in the keys to the property at the end of
the first 6 months.
the 6 months has elapsed, our Agreement is so worded as
to permit the automatic continuation thereof on a month-to-month
basis. The tenant may terminate the tenancy at the end of
or any time beyond the first 6 months by 1 months previous
Notice in writing.