* exclusive to household letting agents * Take a look at this one bed bungalow in this most popular of locations. The bungalow is to be rented on an unfurnished basis. With a modern kitchen and refitted bathroom and its own private garden this is a most pleasant place to live. Call now to view. Available Now.
Electric storage heater, laminate flooring, door to:
Lounge/Diner (4.37m x 3.00m)
UPVC double glazed window to rear, electric storage heater, laminate flooring, textured ceiling, UPVC double glazed door to garden, opening to:
Fitted Kitchen (3.35m x 1.82m)
Fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units with worktop space over, stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap, integrated fridge/freezer, intergrated washer/drier, fitted electric oven, built-in four ring electric hob with extractor hood over, sealed unit double glazed window to front, laminate flooring:
Bedroom (3.69m max x 3.00m)
Sealed unit double glazed window to rear, two radiators, laminate flooring, textured ceiling:
Fitted with three piece suite comprising bath with shower attachment, wash hand basin and low-level WC, frosted sealed unit double glazed window to front, heated towel rail, tiled flooring:
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Household letting agents - tenants charges. Rent You will be required to pay the first month’s rent prior to occupation and then the rent due on the agreed dates going forward. Refundable holding deposit Calculated at one weeks rent (Payable to secure withdrawal of property from market). This will be offset against the first month’s rental payment. A holding deposit will be retained where a tenant • Provides false or misleading information • Fails a right to rent check • Withdraws from the agreement • Fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement and the landlord or agent takes all reasonable steps to do so. If your holding deposit is retained you will be advised in writing within seven days of the decision or within seven days of the deadline for agreement ending. Refundable tenancy deposit The tenancy deposit is calculated at five weeks rent and is payable prior to occupation. This is payable as security for the performance of any obligations, or the discharge of and liability arising under or in connection with the tenancy. Changes to the tenancy Any changes to the tenancy requested by the tenant - £48.00 if costs exceed this amount the tenant will be advised prior to the change and supporting evidence supplied. early termination (where agreed) If a landlord agrees to the request for the tenant to leave before the end of the tenancy a fee will apply. This fee will not exceed the financial loss that the landlord has suffered in permitting or the agent’s reasonable costs. Utilities The tenant is responsible for paying bills in accordance with the tenancy agreement. These include council tax, utility payments (gas, electric, water) and communication services (broadband, TV, phone) default fees (for late payment of rent or loss of keys) Late Payment of rent – Interest will be charged at 3% above the Bank of England’s rate if a rent payment is more than 14 days overdue for each day the payment is outstanding. Loss of keys – The tenant is responsible for ensuring that they look after the keys supplied for the property throughout the tenancy, If they fail to do so, they will be responsible for covering the reasonable costs of replacement. All fees are inclusive of VAT at the appropriate rateRedress Scheme – Household letting agents are members of the Property Redress Scheme–and can be contacted at Client money protection scheme – Household letting agents client money protection scheme is administered by The National approved letting scheme (nals)
referencing procedure - references All applicants will be expected to provide references which are satisfactory to the landlord before any tenancy can be entered into. Earnings – Tenants will need to disclose their gross annual earnings on the relevant reference forms and the rent to income ratio will need to be at 2.5 x the annual rent or higher to be acceptable. Current landlords reference – Where applicable a satisfactory current landlord’s reference will need to be acceptable. Credit history – No adverse credit history will be acceptable – If a tenant is unsure we suggest they visit the Call Credit tool Noddle at
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.