What is the difference between 'Let' and 'Let Agreed'?

I am looking at properties to rent and some of them have a tag saying 'Let' or 'Let Agreed'. From what I have gathered so far 'Let Agreed' are already rented but what is the difference between the two? Is a 'let' property still available or has someone else booked it?

Asked on Apr 5 2013, Renting in Bath | Report content

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  • "Let agreed" basically means that an offer has been accepted by the landlord on that particular property. Therefore the property is no longer on the market while the agent takes up appropriate references on the applicant/s. "Let" describes a property where the deal was successfully tied up and the prospective tenants have actually moved in. Someone has made an offer to the owners of the property or their agents to lease it, this has been accepted and the property is no longer on the market for renting to anybody else. You sometimes see this on estate agents boards outside certain properties.

    Answered on Apr 9 2013, Report content

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