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Tenant Fees to be expected when considering letting a property through via Properties Ltd.
Deposit options : Option 1 Traditional Deposit is equivalent to 5 weeks rent (rent amount multiplied by 12 divided by 52 multiplied by 5) i.e £100 * 12 = £12,000 £12,000 divided by 52 = £230 £230 multiplied by 5 = £1150
Option 2 Deposit Replacement Scheme = 1 weeks rent premium payment + VAT The fee is non-refundable.
Changes to Tenancy £50.00 inc VAT Permission must be granted by the landlord prior to commencement. The changes apply to but are not restricted to the following; · Pet consent · Name change · Change of Rent due date · Permission to Sub-let · Business Consent · Any amendment which alters the obligations of the agreement
Change of Sharer £50.00 inc VAT Permission must be granted by the landlord prior to commencement. The fee covers; · Reference for new Tenant · Right to Rent verification for new Tenant. · Deposit Protection / Deposit Insurance administration
Early Termination £360.00 inc VAT Permission must be granted by the landlord prior to commencement. This fee covers; · Viewings · Credit Checks · References · Right to Rent Verification · Guarantor Checks · Utilities Management · Tenancy Agreement Plus cost of Inventory & Rent Protection Policy if applicable inc VAT
Late Payment of Rent Bank of England Base Rate + 3% Late payment charges can only be applied after the rent is overdue by 14 days however the late payment charge can be backdated at that stage
Key Replacement £15.00 inc VAT The charge includes orchestrating key/fob replacement but you will be charged additionally for the cost of a key/fob replacement if it is proven to be lost/broken by the Tenant. The fee above is charged per hour.
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.