Residential

Fees

agency-fee-formTenancy Application Fees 2016

Agency Fees:

Tenant Reference (First person) £240 – Inc vat
Tenant Reference (Subsequent applicant) £72 – Inc vat
Guarantor Reference £72 – Inc vat

*If you no longer want the property the money taken for the credit checks will be non-refundable
*If we decline the application £120 including vat will be refunded

Documentation
All tenants and guarantors are required to provide the following documentation to support your application:-
A copy of the driver’s license or passport
A copy of the last 6 month’s pay slips or bank statements
A copy (within the last 3 month’s) of a recent utility bill (e.g. water, gas, electricity. Which must state name/s and current address/s
Application procedure
Please note we do not accept anyone with housing benefits. Also if you’re under the age of 21 you must be supported by a guarantor.
An individual (tenant or guarantor) application form must be submitted by all adults appearing on the tenancy agreement.

Stage 1:
Please ensure you provide us with all your contact details and all relevant documentation as stated above. The referencing and holding deposit are payable at this stage
Stage 2:
We will submit you details to our independent reference company who will then send you an email with a link to your application form. You will need to fill in all the relevant sections and submit the form. It is advisable to let your employer know that they might be contacted by the referencing company to speed up the process. We will contact you directly to discuss the outcome.
Stage 3:
On a successful application, we will arrange an appointment for you to sign the tenancy agreement, property inventory and hand over the keys. The legal fee, the first month’s rent and deposit are payable at this stage. Please note, that your holding deposit will be deducted from the first month’s rent. Unfortunately, we do not accept personal cheques for the initial tenancy payment.

Craven Wildsmith are members of the Royal Institute of Charted Surveyors (RICS) as such all client money is protected through the RICS clients’ money protection scheme.

The Money Laundering Regulations 2007 aim to help business identify the risks and protect against criminal activity preventing criminals from disguising or hiding proceeds of crime. The RICS issue guidance to assist members I complying with the regulations. HM Revenue & Customs are there Supervisors of Estate Agency Business under the money laundering Regulations 2007

 

 

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