What are the steps of the rental process?

We are professionals and are keen to make the process simple and fast
1Once you have viewed a property that you would like to rent, you will need to pay a holding deposit to take the property off the market.
2You will be required to complete an ‘Application For Tenancy’ and return to us as soon as possible. Once received, we will proceed to undertake the referencing process.
3The references we require are employer, current / previous landlord, bank reference and credit check. If self-employed, then an accountant’s reference will be applied for. If a guarantor is required (i.e. student), the guarantor will also need to complete an application form and the same references as above will be undertaken. The whole referencing process should take no more than 7 days from receipt of your returned forms.
4A deposit equal to one months rent (or 1.5 months if required) will be taken and registered with the relevant Tenancy Deposit Scheme for protection.
5Once satisfactory references have been received, monies paid and relevant paperwork signed, you will be checked-in to the property by an independent inventory clerk and meter readings taken. We will then change over the relevant utilities into your name(s).

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We endeavour to make the renting process as smooth as possible and maintain a good relationship throughout your tenancy.For managed properties, our friendly staff are always here to help and will arrange all maintenance works required on behalf of the landlord. An out-of-hours number is also supplied for emergencies.

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