You have found your new home, and your offer has been accepted. As we start to process your application you need to be aware of your tenancy charges. Please bear in mind that these may vary depending on the agreement we have secured with the landlord.
Referencing charge - The cost of referencing includes an employment reference and potentially a previous employment reference, current and past landlord references and a credit status check. Manors employs an independent third party to check references.
£36 per person
Tenancy agreement charge - Provision of a tenancy agreement, including any specially negotiated clauses, arranging for the
agreement to be signed by both parties (executed by Manors), and copies exchanged.
Security deposit - The security deposit is held against any damage or cleaning of the property required at the end of the tenancy, and subject to the checkout report.
Usually 6 weeks rent
Holding deposit - The holding deposit is payable to remove the
property from the market. This amount is deducted from your first
months rent, and is due before your tenancy start date.
Usually 4 weeks rent
Renewal memorandum - Negotiating the tenancy renewal, issuing the memorandum to the agreement to be signed by both parties, and executing the memorandum.
Change of tenants - Negotiating the change of tenants, provision
of a new tenancy agreement, arranging for both parties to sign the
agreement (executed by Manors), and copies exchanged..
Future reference - Providing a reference for a future landlord or letting agent.
Inventory checkout - This is paid by the tenant at the end of the tenancy. Charges will vary depending on the size and furnishing of the property. (NB: The check-in inventory is normally paid for by the
Depends on the size of the property and furnishings
"I was trying to find a one bed for a while and then came to Manors about a month and a half into my search. Right away, a negotiator at Manors showed me the flat that I am living in now. So, overall I had a really good experience with them."