Our aim is to find you the perfect property to suit your requirements with the minimum of hassle.
Finding 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.
Our tenancies are granted for a minimum term of 6 months, which may be renewed if all parties are in agreement.
- To view our selection of available properties to let please click on 'Property Search' on the right
- To register your requirements please click on 'Contact Us' at top of page.
Viewings will be arranged at times to suit you, including evenings
and weekends, and you will invariably be accompanied by a member
of staff, who can give advice and answer any questions you may have.
Applying for a property
Once decided on the property, you will need to complete an application form. Application forms are to be completed for each adult tenant. Your application will be submitted for consideration. You will be advised of the result of your application and if successful a Tenancy Agreement is prepared for you to sign, subject to the return of satisfactory references, payment of fees and deposit.
As a minimum we will require satisfactory references from your employer
(or college), a previous or current landlord, and a credit reference report. We may also require
a personal reference, and sometimes a guarantor. We may use the services of an independent
referencing company to obtain and evaluate these references.
Rents are normally quoted calendar monthly, and payable monthly
in advance. The tenant is usually also responsible for utility costs.
A security deposit of a minimum of one month's rental will normally be required. The deposit is held to cover damage, breakages, and any other liabilities under the terms of your tenancy agreement. Please note that under no circumstances can the deposit be used by the tenant to cover rent.