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Tenants

Landlords

Landlords

A group of HMO tenants of Hartland Residential Lettings who offer property management and lettings to landlords of properties, houses, flats, HMOs and shared living in Exeter, including tenant find, fully managed and guaranteed rent, eating, enjoying life around the kitchen table

From Shared Houses, Studios and Flats to Houses

Whether you are seeking the privacy of a studio or flat, the comfort of a house, or the camaraderie of shared accommodation, we have a selection of choices available for rent.

Our commitment to providing a diverse range of housing options ensures that you will find a living space that aligns with your preferences and requirements. From cozy studios to spacious flats and from charming houses to inviting rooms in shared accommodations, we take pride in offering a broad spectrum of choice to suit every individual's unique lifestyle.

Staff of Hartland Residential Lettings, Exeter letting agent and property management, handing the keys to a tenant for a rental property n Exeter

Generally flats and houses are unfurnished and do not include any bills.

The combined income of the tenants must be at least 30 x the monthly rent.

A 1 month deposit is usually required.

Contracts are for either 6 or 12 month and then convert to a rolling contract.

A group of HMO tenants of Hartland Residential Lettings who offer property management and lettings to landlords of properties, houses, flats, HMOs and shared living in Exeter, including tenant find, fully managed and guaranteed rent, eating, enjoying outside living in the warm sunshine

Generally, shared houses are furnished and bills are included in the rent (check for details of each individual property as different landlords have different offerings).

Most shared houses will have some shared facilities - for example, kitchens, sittings rooms or bathrooms. You will always have your own bedroom - sometimes with en-suite facilities.

You must have a guarantor if your income is less than 30 x the monthly rent.

A 1 month deposit is usually required.

Contracts are for either 6 or 12 month and then convert to a rolling contract.

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Tenant Fees Act 2019

Permitted payments

For properties in England, the Tenant Fees Act 2019 means that lettings agents can only charge tenants (or anyone acting on the tenant's behalf) the following permitted payments:

  •  A holding deposit Prior to the tenancy commencement you will be asked to pay: A holding deposit of 1 weeks rent. This reserves the property whilst referencing is carried out and the tenancy agreement is prepared. This is the total for the property, not per tenant. This may be held by the agent until the tenancy commences. The holding deposit may be retained by the agent where the applicant provides false or misleading information, fails a right to rent check, withdraws from the property or fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into the tenancy. The holding deposit will be set against the first month's rent at the commencement of the tenancy; a tenancy deposit of 5 weeks rent

  • Rent for the first agreed period.

  • Utilities, council tax, telephone, broadband, television licence During the tenancy you may have to pay these - details will be in your tenancy agreement.

  • Interest on late rent. Rental payments overdue by 14 days or more will be subject to interest at the rate of the Bank of Englands base rate + 3% per annum calculated from the date the payment was due up until the date payment is received

  • £50, inclusive of VAT if applicable, or reasonable costs, if higher, towards any requested changes to the Tenancy Agreement during the Tenancy;

  • Keys Reasonable costs of any additional keys or security devices requested by or lost/broken by the Tenant

  • Early termination If you request an early termination of the tenancy contract you may be asked to pay rent until the tenancy is terminated and cover the reasonable costs of the landlord.

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