**no tenant admin fees** *available now and also some rooms in September* Singles - £325pcm (£75ppw). Doubles - £390pcm (£90ppw), Double Studio with kitchenette £455pcm (£105pw) The property is just minutes from Jesmond Metro station and within a short walk to Newcastle City Centre. Making it ideal for mature and International students and professionals. Close to Robinson Library, University of Newcastle, University of Northumbria and The rvi Hospital.
The property comprises double rooms with kitchenettes, double and single rooms, with a basin and plenty of cupboards for storage. There are good sized communal kitchens, shared by 5 rooms. Fitted with electric ovens / gas hobs and plenty of storgage. There are multiple bathrooms in the property, all fitted with either a bath and overhead shower or a standing shower. The property is sunny and well lit throughout and has been maintained to a high standard.
The laundry room has 3 washing machines and 3 tumble dryers. It also has sinks for hand washing.
This is an extremely well kept property, cleaners clean the communal areas once a week. It is in a prime location for students or professionals working in the city centre. High speed internet is provided so tenants can enjoy video streaming without any hassles. A selection of rooms are available immediately. Please contact us for more information.
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Should you wish to let and proceed with one of our properties, we will require payment of a holding deposit equivalent to 1 week's rent, which can be apportioned to the first instalment of rent or damage deposit. Subject to certain criteria being met, which may include referencing (if you don’t believe you’ll meet the criteria, we may accept a guarantor), all paperwork being signed and the balance payment of rent and damage deposit being received by us. In addition to referencing criteria, we require "Right to Rent" id evidence to satisfy the Immigration Act requirements.
Persons over the age of 18 years may be required to be referenced and will be included on the tenancy agreement. Persons under the age of 18 are added to the tenancy agreement as permitted occupants.
The equivalent of 5 weeks rent by way of deposit is also required to be paid (cleared funds) together with the balance of your first instalment of rent, less the amount of your holding deposit, prior to the agreed tenancy start date.
A holding deposit relates to an agreement to set up a tenancy from a future date. That agreement is subject to:
A. Satisfactory references/credit status being established, if required by the Landlord B. The property still being available for the Landlord to let, for example not damaged by fire or flood etc C. Any current occupants moving out before the anticipated commencement date. D. All relevant occupiers passing Right to Rent checks under the Immigration Act 2014.
Should the Prospective Tenant:
1. Withdraw from this contract before entering into the tenancy agreement, 2. Provide false information for referencing, 3. Fail to act reasonably to enter into the tenancy before the deadline for agreement, 4. Fail Right to Rent checks, they will be liable for the reasonable costs incurred by the Landlord and his Agent up to the value of the Holding Deposit.
Other Permitted Payment for Tenants:
1. Rent 2. A refundable tenancy deposit 3. A Holding Deposit, capped at one weeks' rent 4. Payments to change the tenancy, when requested by the tenant, capped at £50.00, or reasonable costs incurred if higher 5. Payments associated with early termination of the tenancy, when requested by the tenants 6. Payments in respect of utilities, communication services, TV licence and council tax, and 7. A default fee for late payment of rent and replacement of a lost key/ security device, where required under a tenancy agreement
Letting Agents are required to be a member of a redress scheme. We belong to the following property redress scheme The Property Redress Scheme and you can seek redress by writing to the scheme at: Address: The Property Redress Scheme, Premiere House, 1st Floor Elstree Way, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire WD6 1JH. Website: From 1 April 2019 letting agents are required to have Client Money Protection.
Our provider is Safeagent and their website is www. A copy of our Client Money Protection Certificate is available upon request or displayed in our office.
Water consumption is based on average water usage for the predicted occupancy of the property based on the number of bedrooms.
Total annual consumption (in cubic meters) is then averaged into a monthly cost.
Note: If you have 2 separate suppliers for water and sewage, you may receive 2 separate bills.