A Tenants Guide...
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It’s the first question all estate agents should ask and with our great selectionof properties we’re confident that we’ll find you the perfect match.
If you’re looking for a home – not just a house share, flats to rent or houses to rent in Ilford and beyond – you’ll feel right at home with us. To us, this is not just business, this is what defines us. That’s because we really care about every one of our tenants.
From short to long term rentals, we have a wide range of homes available to rent across Ilford and the surrounding areas – with more and more properties, of every type and size, to suit every lifestyle becoming available every day.
With the lettings market being so fast paced, as a tenant you quite often find potential properties being snapped up before even making it to the ‘open market’. Make sure you don’t miss out on your next big move. Be sure to register with the details of your dream home today, so we can ensure when your perfect match becomes available, you’re the first call we make.
Spencer Curtis work extremely closely with all of our Landlords to ensure they are aware of their legal responsibilities and are kept informed of any changes to legislation regarding health and safety. This means you can be assured every property rented through Spencer Curtis is safe and has passed our strict minimum criteria.
When you are ready to take out a tenancy the government recommends the following eight questions you should be aware of.
If you are unsure about any of these, one of our team can help guide you.
- Is the landlord or estate agent trying to charge any fees?
- How much is the deposit
- How long do you want the tenancy for?
- What can you afford?
- Are you are entitled to
- Housing Benefit or Universal Credit?
- Which area you would like to live in and how you are going to look for a rented home?
- Do you have your documents ready?
- Do you have the right to rent property in the UK?
For full details please visit the official How to rent checklist for renting in England