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Securing a property

Once you've chosen your property, the application process begins.


Firstly, you will need to place a £100.00 holding deposit on a property should you wish to take it. This is refunded in full as long as you proceed to the tenancy signing stage. Should you pull out for whatever reason, the £100.00 is forfeited. The holding fee is required as it demonstrates a commitment from you to the landlord and ensures they aren't messed about. Once received, we will stop marketing and conducting viewings on a property.


We'll use the application form to obtain references from your current landlord and your employer. We do this to ensure there have been no breaches in your existing letting contract and that you are in employment with sufficient income to meet the financial requirements of the tenancy agreement you will sign. We also require two forms of ID before you move in, one must feature a photograph of you (e.g. passport). If you're completing the application process online you can bring your ID on the day you come to our office to sign the agreements.


When filling out the form, it's important you complete as much information as possible. Any missing information may result in delays.


It's fairly straightforward but should you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us should you wish to discuss it further.


To secure a property now, just follow the 2 steps below...


Step 1

Click below to pay your holding fee


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You can also pay by


· Cash or credit/debit card at our office

· Over phone with a Credit or Debit Card

· Please note: we do not accept payment by cheque.


Step 2

Next, you will need to download and complete an application form


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We also have special forms for students, guarantors and company lets. These are available on request.









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