FAQs Tenants

How do I go about renting one of your properties?

If you’ve found one of our properties you would like to rent simply contact Properties on the Market and one of our highly trained staff will talk you through the process.

How much money will I need?

Cost varies depending on your situation, below is some typical charges:

  • Non-refundable administration and application fee
  • Reference Fee’s
  • Guarantor Administration fee (if needed)
  • Deposit
  • A schedule of our current agency fees is available from our branch.

Is my deposit is protected?

Your Deposit is protected by our Tenancy Deposit Scheme.

Providing you leave the property in the same condition as when you moved in (reasonable wear and tear permitted) you will get your deposit back in full no later than 14 days.

Are all you properties Furnished?

If you are looking for shared accommodation then all properties are fully furnished. All other properties are normally unfurnished but please contact us for more information.

Are all bill included in the rent?

In shared accommodation all bill are included. Other property you will normally be responsible for all utility bills and Council Tax.

Can I decorate my rental property?

Yes with the landlord’s permission. To protect you and your deposit get this in writing prior to you starting to decorate.

Who is responsible for maintenance?


The Landlord is responsible for the maintenance of the property, tenants should report defects as soon as possible to prevent collateral damage. Should any damage be caused by yourself, would be your responsibility to have repaired to an agreed standard.

Can I smoke in the property?

No – all of our properties are non-smoking inside. You can smoke in the garden with the back door closed behind you.

How often will the property be inspected by the landlord or agent?

We will usually inspect your property quarterly. You will receive at least 24-hours’ notice of the visit.

Can I end the tenancy agreement early?

The tenant is legally responsible for the rent for the full term of the tenancy, which is usually 6 months.

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