Hello and thank you for looking at this pleasant house in St Asaph. My name is Alex Clarke - let me tell you all about it and if you want to take a look I will meet you. Fron Haul is a cul de sac just off the Upper Denbigh Road. Parking is on the road. The house is an end of row. It has a small front garden and a large rear garden. Going in through the front door you are in the hall, the living room is to your left and the kitchen is in front of you. A new carpet will be put into the living room and the kitchen will be updated. The bathroom is off the kitchen and has a shower over the bath. The house has gas central heating. There are three bedrooms upstairs.
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Set up fee (tenant's share) -- No Fees to Tenants During your tenancy
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If you decide to apply for the tenancy you will be required to complete tenancy application forms. We will then advise the owner of your application and ask for further instructions. Please note as agents we do not have authority to offer the tenancy to you - this decision is made by the Landlord.
You are not required to pay any fees before the tenancy commences. The Landlord pays the fees for referencing. You may be required to provide a "Holding Deposit" equal to one weeks rent. Upon payment of this the property is taken off the market and the referencing process begins. This includes obtaining proof of income (the minimum monthly income requirement is three times the monthly rent), credit search and references from present and previous Landlords. You may be required to provide documents such as proof of identity, bank statements, utility bills). You could lose the Holding Deposit and not be offered the tenancy for any of the following reasons. If referencing is acceptable the Holding Deposit is refunded to form part of the rent for the first month or part of the Security Deposit.
Costs: Should the Prospective Tenant: 1. Withdraw from the application 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, you will be liable for the reasonable costs incurred by the Landlord and his Agent up to the value of the Holding Deposit.
The following costs will be deducted from the Holding Deposit. Any surplus of the Holding Deposit will be returned to the Prospective Tenant, without interest, as soon as possible. A refund to any one of the joint and several Prospective Tenants will be considered adequate as a total refund to all concerned. The costs that may be deducted from the Holding Deposit can include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Costs of any references or credit checks sought 2. Costs of any administration undertaken to prepare for the tenancy 3. Costs of re-advertising the property to let 4. Costs of any guarantor agreements 5. Costs, in lieu of rent, of keeping the property empty for the tenant
Withdrawal by the landlord: Should the Landlord withdraw from this agreement, including the events listed in A to C above, the Prospective Tenant will be entitled to return of the entire Holding Deposit and may be entitled to compensation for any reasonable losses incurred as a result of the Landlordâ€™s default.
We are members of the property ombudsman scheme (an independent redress scheme)
all security deposits are protected by the deposit protection service.
We are licensed members of safe agent. Charges to landlords
we have two services -
The let only (tenant find) service - our commission is 60% of the rent for the first month Management service - 10% of rent collected (no set up fee).
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.