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Tenants

At Lansbrough Lettings we are dedicated to finding the right property for our clients to rent. Register your rental requirements with us and if we don’t have a property to suit you then we shall ensure your search for the ideal place is as quick and rewarding as possible. Please find some information regarding renting with Lansbrough Lettings.

The Renting Process

Arrange and Attend Viewings

If you see a property you like the look of, then one of us will be delighted to arrange a viewing at a mutually convenient time to suit.

Make an offer

It’s time to make an offer. When making an offer you will want to ensure that you have mentioned any special requirements you may have (furniture removal, new bed, repaint etc…) so that the landlord can make an informed decision as to whether to agree in principle to your tenancy.

Offer acceptance – Hold that property

At this point, you will be requested to pay an application fee, enabling you to secure the property and get it off the market. In the event of unsatisfactory referencing or a change of heart, this fee is non returnable.

Complete our Tenancy Application Forms and References

When the offer has been accepted you will need to complete our Tenancy Application Form which will be reviewed by our referencing team. Your employer will be contacted and your landlord (if you are currently in rented accommodation). Your previous employer will also be contacted if you have recently changed jobs. If you are self employed we will need to contact your accountant. A credit check will also be conducted.

To assist in collating the necessary references, it would be advantageous for you to warn the above individuals in advance that references are required so these can be returned within a matter of a few days, barring any delays.

Occasionally, a GUARANTOR will be required if, for example the tenant has not been continuously employed for the past 18 months; has been working abroad in the previous 6 months; the tenants’ income falls short of our criteria or the tenants’ employment is considered as changeable.

Please note that the same criteria applies to the guarantor and, furthermore, the guarantor must earn the equivalent of 3 times the yearly sum of the rent, be in full time employment or be able to prove by bank statements that they have “independent means”. For those tenants required to provide a guarantor, if the tenant be unable to provide one, we will decide that the tenant has withdrawn their application. The guarantor must be aware that they will stand as guarantor for you, (and your partner if you are moving in to the property with someone else), for the entire occupancy of the property, not just for the period of the initial tenancy term.

Sign the Contracts and Move In

References passed and it’s time to arrange to sign your tenancy agreement. On your day of move in, you will meet with one of us who will prepare your move in documents, keys, and your tenancy agreement. Ensure that you carefully read through your contract prior to signing and further ensure that you understand all of the terms. If you have any queries then now is the time to ask. We will be glad to assist you where we can.

Contracts signed and it’s time to hand over the keys. Congratulations, you are now the legal tenant in your new home. We all hope you enjoy a fantastic tenancy.

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