7 Reasons to use us
- We are people centred not money motivated
- We are only small and you are important to us
- We offer the best properties in Mid Wales
- We are honest and reliable
- It is our aim to find the right property for you
- We deal with deposits honestly
- Letting is our only business not a secondary one to sales.
The questions that most prospective tenants ask;
How much do I have to pay you?
We charge our tenants a very low administration charge, far lower than most other letting agencies:
Single person £30
Company let £100
What if I have poor credit?
Its very important that you are honest with us, we are not too concerned about your past credit history but we do need to demonstrate that you can afford the rent. We may ask for additional information, a Financial Statement backed up with bank statements and/or pay slips or an accountants reference. We may require a Guarantor to support your tenancy.
Are there any other hidden costs?
No, however before we can process your application we ask for a £100 commitment payment which will be repaid to you if your application is unsuccessful but is forfeited if you change your mind for any reason or if you fail to give full and accurate information on your application.
How much is the deposit?
We require the equivalent to 2 months rent (less the £100 already paid), one goes to the Deposit Protection Scheme and remains your money, the other is your first months rent in advance.
Your next months rent is due 1 calendar month from the start of the tenancy
Do I need insurance?
The landlord's insurance covers the property and his contents, but not your possessions. It is good practice to insure your own goods and to include accidental damage to landlords property.
Do you accept pets?
All Landlords have their own criteria which is normally based on the suitability of the property. If a pet is acceptable we will ask for a pet reference preferably from a previous Landlord or a Vet. We also require evidence that the pet is treated appropriately for fleas and inoculated . It is normal practice to ask for an additional deposit for the pet, usually the equivalent of 2 weeks rent.
Do I need a Guarantor?
All applicants aged under 25 or if you are unable to prove your financial status we are likely to ask for a Guarantor.
Your Guarantor will need to demonstrate that they can afford to pay your rent if for any reason you fail to do so. They will normally be a home owner in employment.
Any other questions?
Give us a call on 01654 712470
Or email email@example.com