Renting a Property


Currently we are advertising property in the postcode areas of L3, L7, L8, L17 and L15 but due to the turn around of properties and the current demand property listings are never available for long. We can fulfill any property requirements; from 1 bedroom to 6 bedrooms, flats to commercial units for shops and or offices. Don't hesitate to phone to register your interest.


Making an application

If a property comes available to your liking there is then an application process, a tenancy application form needs to be filled. These will then be used to vet your application against the landlords and our Company requirements. Completing this application form does not guarantee a tenancy and in some cases a guarantor will be required. Any application form fees are not refundable as they are part of our in-house process. During the application process you will need to provide multiple forms of identification and current address. These will include; a valid passport, driving License, utility bills and bank statements.


Who decides if you're successful?

Ultimately the final decision on any tenant is down to the Landlord, he is the owner and has all the risk involved. All landlords will have different factors which effect there decision; pet owners and smokers are the most common reason for being rejected in the application process.

If application is accepted If and when the application is accepted by both us the managing agents and the landlord you will be offered a tenancy agreement which will include certain terms and conditions. It is important that these are read as they will include clauses which may prevent you from sub letting, rent reviews, the tenancy term and any possible future grounds for eviction as required by the court. Once the tenancy agreement has been signed a deposit equal to one months rent will be required.


Deposit protection Scheme (DPS)

During the application process, a deposit will be required to secure your tenancy agreement if you are accepted. This deposit will be placed into the Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS), this is a secure government authorized scheme which will protect your deposit should the worse happen. You are entitled to receive your deposit back after the tenancy should the property be in equal or better condition.


Payment of rent

Payment of the rent is usually accepted by standing order one month in advance, however certain situations may arise which require different payment methods.


Property Standards - Class Accreditation

All property that we off are also Class Accredited, this is a level of standard which the Liverpool City Council govern. This accreditation will ensure that your rented property is in good condition with working gas appliances and lightening. The accreditation also means that your landlord is publicly recognized for being "fair and good".


Property Standards - Legislation and Regulations

As a tenant living in one our managed properties you will have peace of mind that the property meets the standard that is required by legislation and statutory compliance. Just as you have been or will be vetted for references or guarantors each property would have been checked as well. Important safety checks are a requirement for any tenanted building, these include:-

Gas safety checks - annual checks on all gas compliances, flues and associated pipe work. There is a duty to the Landlord to ensure everything is maintenance in a working order. Past safety checks will be kept in a log for a minimum of 2 years. Before the commencement of the tenancy you will receive gas certificates for all gas installations.

Electrical installations - there are several regulations relating to electrical installations, equipments and appliance safety. Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994, the Plugs and Sockets Regulations 1994, the 2005 Building Regulation - 'Part P, and British Standard BS1363 relating to plugs and sockets. All safety checks on electrical installations will be done before the commencement of your tenancy

Fire - If the flat or house has any furniture there are regulations that govern the fire repellent properties of the materials. All furniture will meet these requirements. The regulations apply to regulations apply to all upholstered furniture, beds, headboards and mattresses, sofa-beds, futons and other convertibles, nursery furniture, garden furniture suitable for use in a dwelling, scatter cushions, pillows and non-original covers for furniture. They do not apply to antique furniture or furniture made before 1950, bedcovers including duvets, loose covers for mattresses, pillowcases, curtains, carpets or sleeping bags. Items which comply will have a suitable permanent label attached. Non-compliant items must be removed before a tenancy commences.

Smoke alarms will be fitted throughout the property and will be mains powered.