Once we have found you a property
What happens next?
Once you’ve paid your £300 Holding Deposit, what do you need to be doing during the next few days?
1.You need to complete an application form to complete your referencing application with:
-Employer details, number & address
-Previous landlord details, number & address
All addresses require postcodes. Please complete and return this information within 24 hours to avoid delaying your tenancy signing appointment.
2. Once you have passed the vetting, we will notify you of this and we will send you a sample tenancy agreement so that you are familiar with the document you are about to sign. If you are unsure about anything within the agreement, please contact the Citizens Advice Bureau or a solicitor prior to signing.
3. The vetting procedure needs to be complete within 4 days so we require the application and all supporting documents to be submitted to us within 48 hours (please ensure that the Holding Fee is paid and Application form is completed regardless of whether supporting documents are present at the time). The tenancy agreement needs to be signed within approximately 10 days of you paying the Holding Fee. If you are moving into the property very quickly, we may agree to sign it on the date you are actually moving.
4. At least 4 days before your Tenancy signing appointment you must:
-Pay the 1st month’s rent & deposit by bank transfer
-Sign the standing order form for your monthly rent payment and take it to your bank
-Alternatively you can set up a standing order online by using the account details provided below.
5. Please make sure you reference the property address so we know who to allocate your payment to.
Name: Everything Lettings (Group) Limited
Sort Code: 30-84-59
Account No: 60803960
What could go wrong?
If the tenancy agreement is not signed within 10 days, the property may be let to another party.
You may not meet the referencing requirements /the landlord could decide not to rent the property (if you withhold information for example )
If one of the above happens will I get my holding fee back?
If the Landlord alters conditions or decides not to rent the property, we would refund your Holding Fee
If the reason the Everything Lettings / Landlord do not rent the property to you is that you withheld, or did not disclose the required information (in point 1 and on the application form) regarding your employment, landlord references, character reference or your personal status, we may not refund the fee back to you.