This well presented back to back one bedroom property is offered on a part furnished basis and is available now. The accommodation briefly comprises: Kitchen, lounge, basement, bathroom and one bedroom. Also includes: Gas central heating, double glazing and on street parking. Viewing is essential.
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Rent – Paid in advance, for the first rent period, which will be the same as all the subsequent rent payments. Rent for subsequent months will be due on the same day of the month as your tenancy begins.
Holding Deposit – refundable, and no more than the equivalent of one week’s rent. If you enter into an agreement to rent a property, and the property is 'held' for you, the landlord may retain your holding deposit under certain terms, if you subsequently decide not to take the property. Terms of retention: The landlord may retain a reasonable amount of the Holding Deposit to cover loss of rent, until a new tenant can be found. If the landlord has provided changes to the property, or its contents, on your request, the landlord may retain some or all of your holding deposit, to mitigate his/her losses.
Tenancy Deposit, sometimes referred to as a security or damage deposit. This is refundable, assuming that the property is returned in the same condition as it was when you took on the property (give or take fair wear and tear). Our standard policy is that the deposit will be the same amount as one month's rent. Occasional properties will have a deposit of 5 weeks rent; this will be stated clearly in advance, and on advertising.
Amendments, mid-tenancy, amendments requested by the tenant are capped at £50, unless a greater cost can be fully justified. Early Termination, payments associated with this when requested by the tenant. If a tenant asks to terminate their contract early, they are liable to pay the rent for the duration of the contract; however, we will usually release tenants from their contract, when a suitable tenant has been found for the property. The exiting tenant would then be charged rent for the intervening period. Provision of Utilities, such internet services, telephone, TV licence and council tax when appropriate.
Default Fees, when the tenant defaults on rent payments or other permitted payments specified in the tenancy agreement, including such items as replacement of a lost keys, etc. Where keys are lost, the tenant may be charged for replacement of locks by a professional locksmith, to ensure the safety of the property, the tenant, and the tenant's possessions.
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.