Funds required in advance if you take a property with us:
This will be paid into Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS) and refunded to you directly by them after you vacate the property
We require £500 to reserve the property for you and this will form part of the security deposit when you move in.
Before paying £500, you must be sure you want the property as it will not be refunded if you decide not to go ahead with the tenancy for whatever reason. If any of the tenants do not pass reference check and cannot provide suitable guarantors you will not be accepted for the tenancy and the admin fee will not be refunded.
Payments accepted: Cash, Bank transfer or Card payment. (Subject to an administration fee of 2.5% on card payments).
TO PAY BY BANK TRANSFER:
Please confirm if you have made the payment of £500 in our account by emailing email@example.com. Once we receive the payment we will start referencing process. Please note that we are unable to hold the property for you until we receive the payment.
We now require a scan of your passports or IDs and visas if applicable.
Please complete the Tenancy Application Form below as quickly as possible. Make sure that you complete the form as fully as you can, if you are unsure of any area, contact us on:
All this information needs to be filled in by you AND it is essential to complete the POST TENANCY ADDRESS as this will be used to return your deposit. You can use your work address (but remember to let the DPS know if you change jobs mid tenancy) or you can use a friend or family member’s address. If we cannot get hold of you at the end of the tenancy, the Deposit Protection Service may be unable to return your deposit to you.
As soon as all forms and documents are received you will be added to the Let Alliance Referencing System. They will send you an online application form which you must fill in with all your information and submit it ASAP.
If we have not received your documents within 3 working days or heard from you for a valid extension, the property will need to be placed back onto the market and you may lose out.