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1 bathrooms 1

Chichester Road, Flat 6,
Bognor Regis

One bed flat in Bognor Regis

Pictures and floor plans to follow

£595 PCM


What is the letting process

What is the letting process ?

Once the landlord, has approved an applicant we can proceed with the letting process.

Reference accepted

References

Full references, via a referencing company, are taken which normally includes employer, previous landlord / agent and a credit check.

Contract

Tenancy Agreement

Preparation of an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement which ensures that the landlord receives the full protection of the relevant Rent and Housing Acts.

Deposit for house

Deposits

A dilapidation deposit is taken and lodged with the government approved Deposit Protection Scheme ready for refunding (less any charges) at the end of the tenancy. This scheme offers a free arbitration service at the end of the tenancy should any disputes arise.

Inventory

Inventory/Check in

We prepare an inventory prior to the tenancy commencing which includes floor plans and extensive photographs. This records the condition of the property prior to the tenancy commencing. A concisely prepared inventory greatly reduces disputes at the end of the tenancy.

Ongoing management

Ongoing Management

We inspect the property each month for the first three months. This enables us to get to know the tenants, check the property is being maintained correctly and enables us to deal with maintenance issues as they arise. Once we are confident that the tenancy is progressing well we will move the inspection to a three-monthly timetable.

Feedback/communication

Landlord feedback/communication

Rents are paid by the tenants on 1st of each month, unless otherwise agreed, and paid over to the landlord, normally within 14 days, and paid directly into their bank accounts. A monthly statement highlighting all transactions is sent via email to the landlord. If any maintenance issues arise we will always endeavor to discuss these with the landlord prior to instructing any contractors (unless the landlord is un-contactable and damage is being caused to the property or the property needs to be secured).