Rental Guidelines

Lessees Guidelines

Our aim is to find you the perfect property to suit your requirements with the minimum of hassle.

Finding you a property

The first step is to contact us to provide brief details about yourself and about the accommodation you require. We then search our database for suitable properties for you to view. If not urgent, we log your details so that we can contact you as suitable properties become available. It is wise to start looking about a month before you wish to move, as the nicer properties are viewed and reserved quickly. Contracts are usually granted for a minimum term of 12 months, which may be renewed if all parties are in agreement.


Viewings will be arranged at times to suit you, including evenings and weekends, and you will invariably be accompanied by a letting specialist, who can give advice and answer any questions you may have.

Reserving the property & deposit

Once you have decided on a property, you will need to reserve it by paying a ‘holding deposit’, usually equivalent to 1 month’s rent. Assuming that the tenancy goes ahead, this will be deducted from the monies due before you move in. If the lessor declines to grant the tenancy, it will be refunded less our admin fee. However, the deposit will be forfeit if you decide not to proceed for any reason, or if you fail to provide complete and accurate information. The deposit is held to cover damage, breakage, and any other liabilities under the terms of your lease agreement. The deposit is to be refunded to the tenant at the termination of the lease.


Upon reserving a property, applicants will be required to pay our agency fee which is half a month’s rent (Excl. VAT).


Rents are normally quoted calendar monthly, and payable monthly in advance. The tenant is usually also responsible for Water, Gas, Electricity, Internet and Telephone costs.

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