For a long let you will be asked for a previous landlord, bank, employee and/or character references to demonstrate proof of income and suitability. You will also need to provide proof of ID, proof of address and proof of a ‘Right to Rent’ in England through a passport or combination of passport and valid visa.
For a short let you will be required to produce proof of address and either your passport, national ID card or driving licence and an employment or character reference detailing why a short let is required.
For a short let tenancy where a company is the tenant you will be required to produce proof of ID for those staying at the property and a letter from the company confirming the full names of all proposed occupants.
You as the tenant are responsible for setting up accounts with the utility companies directly when you move into your property and also when you leave, taking care to provide meter readings at the beginning and end of the tenancy.
For long lets you will be asked to set up a monthly standing order with your bank.
For short lets you will need to pay the rent in full prior to the commencement of your tenancy. We accept bank transfers, bankers’ drafts, cash, direct debits, American Express and credit cards.
Any problems with rental payments, that may result in late payment, should be conveyed to Harlington Residential Property Management. Arrears letters will be issued if rent remains outstanding beyond 3 days after it was due. A default fee of interest on late rent is payable at 3% above Bank of England base rate applicable if rent is more than 14 days overdue.
What penalties will I incur should I break my lease agreement early?
You are required to return the property in the same condition as at the start of the tenancy.
Please contact your utility providers as part of the moving out process. Don’t forget to take meter readings on the last day of your tenancy
No. Please leave the property as noted in the inventory check in. If you leave unwanted personal items in the property you may be charged for the cost of removal
Your landlord has up to 30 days from your vacate date to propose deductions from your deposit. Once agreed your deposit will be sent back to you by bank transfer and this can take up to 3-5 working days to clear into your account. If there is a disagreement then that portion of the deposit will be retained pending a resolution
The deposit will be returned to the lead tenant via bank transfer