Tenant Information (Renting, What you need to know)
A security deposit is required prior to occupation of the rented property which is usually equivalent to one month's rent. The deposit is held to cover any breakages, damages, or other tenant liabilities. At the end of the tenancy a rental agent or in some cases the landlord will inspect the property and assess any damages and deductions due.
The deposit can not be used to cover rent.
The security deposit will be returned in full once the following is in order.
The property is thoroughly cleaned including but not restricted to; fridge, oven, microwave etc.
Proof that ESB and Gas Bills are nil or transferred to the tenant’s new address.
No breakages and damages to the property have occurred throughout the tenancy.
All bins emptied, and rubbish and personal items removed from the property.
Deposits will not be returned if you terminate the Letting Agreement before the lease expires.
To hold the property you have selected you will need to pay a security deposit of at least one month's rent. The HOLDING DEPOSIT IS NON REFUNDABLE. Once the tenancy goes ahead, the first month's rent is due on collection of the keys within the office along with the following information;
A signed lease agreement.
Passport or Drivers Licence for ALL tenants.
PPSN numbers FOR ALL tenants (adults only).
Two written references required (Including contact details) ie. Employer, landlord.
professional, bank - In the case of self-employed individuals a tax clearance certificate or letter from accountant is required.
Completion of its4rent tenant registration form in full.
One month's rent and one month’s security deposit in full.
Bank Details to arrange rent by standing order & proof of account.