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Looking for a new place to live? Need a bit more information? Our helpful, friendly residential lettings team have put together the following information to help you understand the letting process with Centrick.
Renting a property through Centrick means that you are in safe hands. We are members of ARLA Propertymark (Association of Residential Lettings Agents) and NALS (National Approved Lettings Scheme), which means we are regulated by organisations whose focus is tenant protection.
We’re a registered member of government backed service the Tenant Deposit Scheme (TDS) and as such the associated dispute service, providing you the tenant with peace of mind that your interests are protected in the unlikely situation of a deposit dispute. We are also registered with the Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS), both these schemes keep deposit money safe for landlords/landlords and tenants.
Once you have found your new home through us, you should be able to move in pretty quickly – we normally ask for the following information and documents from you before you are able to move in [or reserve]:
With regards to applying to rent a property from one of our Landlords. Before your application can be fully considered, you will need to pay to us a holding deposit equivalent to one weeks’ rent for the property you are interested in. This document explains what happens to that holding deposit and the circumstances in which the deposit will / will not be refunded. It is important that you know your legal rights and accordingly you should feel free to seek independent legal advice before signing this or indeed any other document which we might put before you.
Once we have your holding deposit, current legislation stipulates that the necessary paperwork should be completed within 15 days or such longer period as might be agreed.
If at any time during that period you decide not to proceed with the tenancy, then your holding deposit will be retained by our firm. By the same token, if during that period you unreasonably delay in responding to any reasonable request made by our firm, and if it turns out that you have provided us with false or misleading information as part of your tenancy application or if you fail any of the checks which the Landlord is required to undertake under the Immigration Act 2014, then again your holding deposit will not be returned. It will be retained by this firm and your Landlord.
However, if the Landlord decides not to offer you a tenancy for reasons unconnected with the above then your deposit will be refunded within 7 days. Should you be offered and you accept a tenancy with our Landlord, then your holding deposit will be credited to the first months’ rent due under that tenancy.
Where, for whatever reason, your holding deposit is neither refunded nor credited against any rental liability, you will be provided with written reasons for your holding deposit not being repaid within 7 days.
You will not be asked to pay any fees or charges in connection with your application for a tenancy. However, if your application is successful under our standard assured shorthold tenancy agreement, you will be required to pay certain fees for any breach of that tenancy agreement in line with the Tenant Fees Act 2019. In consideration of us processing your tenant application, you agree to pay those fees to us on request.
If you want an idea of what you and your landlord will sign when you come to rent your property, click on the following links:
Example Managed Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement
Example Let Only Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement
Example Company Agreement
We have a very handy and easy-to use online portal – mycentrick making it really easy for you to pay your rent and report any maintenance issues affecting your rental property.
We have access to specialist maintenance people who will get the problem fixed as quickly as possible, whether it’s a broken window, a faulty boiler or a lighting problem.