Tenant Fees and Referencing

As an Independent Local Estate Agents we pride ourselves on transparency and competitive rates. We choose not to charge extortionate unjustifiable fees unlike many of our counterparts.

Pre Tenancy

(All costs are inclusive of VAT at the prevailing rate)

Admin Fee – £125 (To be paid collectively regardless the size of the property. This is to cover the cost of preparing the Tenancy Agreement along with all the necessary documents).

Credit referencing fee – £120 per applicant.

Check out Fee – Is dependent on the size of the property and is to be paid collectively per property.

1 Bedroom – £140

2 Bedrooms -£150

3 Bedrooms -£160

4 Bedrooms -£180

5 Bedrooms – £200

Deposit – 6 weeks’ rent (per property)

During your tenancy

(All costs are inclusive of VAT at the prevailing rate)

Change of occupancy – £50.00 per person

Renewal document fee – £50.00 per property

Post tenancy

(All costs are inclusive of VAT at the prevailing rate)

Reference request fee – £10.00 per person

Referencing Procedure

As soon as a suitable property has been found, you will need to complete reference application forms. We utilise the services of a credit-referencing agency to take up the following references;

Confirmation of employment, salary confirmation.

Personal & Photographic identification (passport or driving licence).

Previous Landlord References.

Students (Guarantor or proof or funding).

Self-Employed (Accountants references, trading details etc)

Holding Deposit

A Holding Deposit will be required at the same time as the Administration Fee. This is in order to reserve the property and remove it from our availability list. The Two Week Holding Deposit will be deducted from the total Six Week Deposit, should the tenant withdraw from the proposed letting, through no fault of the Landlord or the Agent, the ‘Holding Deposit’ will be forfeited in full.

The Holding Deposit will be refunded in full should the tenancy not proceed due to a breach of the proposed Letting Agreement by the Landlord or Managing Agent.

The Holding Deposit shows good faith on the part of a prospective tenant enabling the Landlord to take further action in the confident knowledge that the applicant is serious and fully committed to the property. When a Holding Deposit is received the property is immediately taken off the Market.

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