Take your first step by searching through our list of available properties. When you find something you like, get in touch to arrange a viewing.Having explored the property, we can begin your application process.
After completing an application form, please return it to email@example.com. We'll process the application which usually involves a credit check, and taking up references. We aim to get back to you within 48 hours.Once we have enough information, we'll send you an email offering you the tenancy with useful information including How to rent, Right to rent, and other important property documents.
To finalise the process, we'll need to sign the tenancy agreement, complete the tenancy checklist, and take a copy of your passport (or other forms of accepted ID). Then you'll be handed your new keys. That’s it! You're all ready to move in.
There are a few important documents we have to give you, for legal purposes, before letting out a property. To make it easier for you to access these documents we have made them available for download right here.
If you would like to request a printed version then please get in touch.
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These documents can be downloaded for your reference. You will receive a copy of these before we sign the tenancy agreement document.
How to rent
Right to rent
Standing order form
How to reduce condensation
We have a range of properties to suit everybody. Our current range of available properties are listed here. If you have specific requirements, or just a general question, then feel free to get in touch.
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How to rent
This document provides a checklist and other detailed information on each stage of the renting process.
It is a legal document that we will provide you with before signing the tenancy agreement.
The document covers things like:
What to look out for before renting.
Living in a rented home.
What happens at the end of a tenancy.
What to do if things go wrong.
It is a criminal offence for landlords or agents to let properties to an illegal migrant. Therefore, this document is required to perform the necessary checks.
As part of the document, we will be required to take a copy of valid identification which proves your migration status.
This document will be completed at the same time as we complete your tenancy agreement.
This helpful fact sheet explains what condensation is, as well as ways to prevent it.
The reason this document is so important, is that condensation can damage the property and cause mould to grow around the home.
Take a moment to read through this document to see how you can help prevent it.
We will need your written consent to provide information to other parties and organisations, please download the appropriate form and return it to us signed, to enable us to provide any information requested.