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Properties To Let

We offer a highly professional lettings and property management service nationwide. Based in the North West, our team of experienced professionals offer extensive knowledge in the residential property sector, ensuring we build long-term relationships with our tenants and landlords

Frequently Asked Questions

Before any referencing begins you will be asked to complete a form. As part of the referencing process we will request certain details from you, including:

  • Details of your current and previous address
  • Proof of current address
  • Details of your employment
  • Confirmation of your income
  • Identification of who you are
  • Details of your right to live and work in the UK
  • We may also ask for bank statements and payslips
  • Contact details for your landlord
  • Copy of your current tenancy agreement

These documents will allow us to complete our pre-tenancy process by collecting references from your current landlord and employer and completing a credit check and any visa checks if relevant.

You may be asked to provide a guarantor. The same reference checks are then carried out for your guarantor as were done for you.

A tenancy deposit is used to cover the cost of damage that might incur during the tenancy. The detailed inventory produced at the beginning of the tenancy is used in conjunction with subsequent inspection reports and will be used to assess whether deductions from the deposit are necessary.  Deductions are  used to cover the cost of professional cleaning, damage above fair wear and tear, non-payment of rent and any outstanding expenses as detailed in your tenancy agreement.

You are normally responsible for paying the council tax during the tenancy (as long as this is stated in the Tenancy Agreement).

As the tenant you are expected to:

  • Pay the rent on time
  • Pay the council tax
  • Pay all the utility bills and the TV licence unless otherwise agreed
  • Do general household and garden maintenance
  • Dispose of all rubbish
  • Clean the windows
  • Carry out basic maintenance* such as replacing light bulbs
  • Keep the property secure at all times
  • Advise of any repairs or maintenance needed as soon as it arises

Not create unnecessary noise for neighbours
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If you are currently seeking a property to rent, check out our property listings page. If you have seen a property that you would like to view you can use the contact form on each of the individual property details pages to arrange a viewing or make an enquiry, or alternatively, you can give us a call!

If you have a specific type of property in mind we can take details of your requirements and contact you should a suitable property become available.

Once you have viewed a property and decided to proceed with the letting we will start the process of arranging the tenancy agreement, deposits, references etc…