Marylebone still looks and feels something like the village it was 400 years ago and the handsome Georgian development it was 250 years ago. Its High Street in particular is a pleasure to visit; the atmosphere is a bit more cosmopolitan than other parts of the city, and at the same time, a little more relaxed. A pristine haven a short walk from Oxford Circus filled with squares of tall, beautifully proportioned Georgian houses.
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Lettings Fees & Charge for Tenants from June 2019: Central London
The asking rent does not include letting fees. Depending on your circumstances and the property you select, the following fees may apply:
For Assured Shorthold Tenancies:
In accordance with the Tenant Fees Act 2019 the following are permitted payments for AST tenancies:
- Rent - A capped refundable Holding Deposit - A capped Tenancy Deposit - Payments in the event of a default - Payment in the event of loss of keys - Payment of £50 including VAT on a variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy - Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy - Payment in respect of Council Tax, utilities (gas or other fuel, electricity, water or sewage, television license and communication services) - Green deal charge (if applicable)
For Non Housing Act Tenancies including Company Lets the following fees may apply:
Application for References - £66 including VAT - per person Tenant Contribution to the preparation of a Tenancy Agreement - £330 including VAT - per tenancy Extension, renewal, rent review, periodic or variation to tenancy documentation - £180 including VAT - per tenancy Inventory check out (paid at the end of tenancy) - £120-£180 including VAT (there may be additional charges for larger properties) - per tenancy
For all tenancies there are other costs that must be covered on top of the rent thoroughout the tenancy and at the end of a tenancy. These might include:
Utilities (gas, electricity, water and telephone) Council Tax Television License Installation of cable/satellite Insurance (for your personal and own contents) Garden maintenance
Cleaning to a professional standard Inventory check out (paid at the end of a Non Housing Act tenancy including company lets) Dilapidations Replacement key or security device costs Late payment of rent interest charged at 3% above Bank of England based rate Reasonable costs will be charged to the tenant should the Landlord agree to an early termination (surrender) of the tenancy agreement at the tenants request
For further information on the above please contact our office and request our "Information for Prospective Tenants for AST" or "Information for Prospective Tenants for nha" document.
Client money protection: The Property Ombudsman Carter Jonas as members of ARLA Propertymark and RICS
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.
The Council Tax cost displayed is based on the council tax band and on the basis of 2 adults living at the property. The monthly cost shown excludes any discounts and is rounded to the nearest pound.
Full information on Council Tax discount entitlements can be found on the Gov.UK's website.