Once you have identified a suitable property you would like to rent we will help guide you through the paperwork including tenancy agreement and reference checks. Below is an overview of the process step-by-step.
Making your offer
Once a tenant has made a successful rental offer, the tenant will be asked to pay a pay a non-refundable holding deposit.
A non-refundable holding deposit in the sum of one week’s rent will be taken to remove the property from the market and to apply for the references.
The Landlord will wish to see up to date information and confirmation of your finances, employment and previous rental history in order to consider and approve your application.
Right to Rent check
You will need to provide evidence by way of correct and up to date documentation ie passport, visa that you have the right to work and reside in the UK.
The Tenant & Landlord will sign the Tenancy Agreement. The contract will then become legal and binding.
The tenant pays their move-in monies (rent & deposit) in cleared funds. The initial holding deposit will be deducted from this total.
Inventory check in
The inventory check-in will take place to record the condition and contents of the property and relevant utility meter readings recorded.
You will be provided with one set of keys and/or any connected security fobs (if applicable) per tenant.
You will be provided with a package of documentation to include a certificate of registration of your deposit, safety certificates, epc, copy of contract etc.