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Tenant Process  in West Drayton, London - Affinity Estate Agents

Step by Step Process to renting a property...

Step 1 Register your interest

The first step to finding the right property is to register with us either by calling us on 01895 544 544 or visiting our office where you can discuss your property requirements with one of our agents. You can also register your interest about a specific property online if you are short of time.

With constatnt flow of properties to choose from you can rest assured we have just what you're looking for.

Step 2 Finding the right property

Once we have a clear understanding of your requirements you will receive a selection of properties that match your criteria. We can also keep you constantly up-to-date via email and SMS alerts when the latest properties become available.

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Step 3 Is a short let right for you?

A short let is ideal if you are looking for a short term residential solution and offers a good alternative to staying in a hotel or serviced apartment.

They are especially popular with visitors to the capital, people getting to know a new area or those renovating or moving home. A short let can offer you flexibility in rental length and is usually furnished to a high standard with all bills included in the rent (excluding telecommunication services).

Step 4 Benefits of Corporate Services

Affinity estate agents Corporate relocation Services assists who are looking to find properties for their employees.

Renting a property through this specialist department has the benefit of your own dedicated Account Manager, detailed local information, advice and guidance on the letting process and rental market and a multi-lingual department.

Step 5 Consider a managed property

An increasing number of tenants insist on renting fully managed properties for complete peace of mind.Renting a managed property has the benefit of a dedicated Property Manager to handle your day-to-day issues, a 24-hour helpline with emergency contact details should a problem arise and the assurance that your property is fully compliant with all safety regulations (including Gas Safety, Electrical Safety and Furniture and Furnishings acts).

Step 6 The key to successful viewings

We're open at times to suit you, convenient for viewing after work and at weekends:

Our offices are open 9am- 6.30 pm Monday to Friday and 9am-5pm Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays. In addition, our agents are available to conduct viewings from 8am-8pm, 7 days a week.

In order to secure a property we recommend an early viewing. We can drive you to your viewings and accompany you throughout so that we are on hand to answer any questions immediately and advise where necessary.

Step 7 Making an offer

Once you have identified a suitable property you will be required to complete an application for tenancy where you may state any special conditions of the offer and provide details for your references. You will be expected to pay a holding fee which will be deducted from your final balance on the condition of a successful application. We will then communicate this offer to the landlord.

Step 8 credit & reference checks

Our affiliate companies Home let & rent4sure provide a range of tenant screening checks, enabling us to reduce the risks we take when letting to a new tenant. These checks provide us with all the facts you need to know about a tenant’s background history and credit reports, before we make that vital decision to let. Letting a property to the wrong person, based on inaccurate or wilfully misleading information, could result in potentially high damages to the landlords income, our integrity and reputation. Please find link below for full details of the checks.could result in potentially high damages to the landlords income, our integrity and reputation. Please Click here for full details of the checks.

Step 9 immigration checks

The introduction of immigration checks on tenants – otherwise known as the Right to Rent scheme has made plenty of headlines over the past year.

The system will require landlords to see a prospective tenant's passport or biometric residence permit to determine whether or not they are legally eligible to rent property in the UK.

Although landlords are ultimately responsible for checking their tenants' eligibility to rent here, their letting agents could quite easily become involved. Landlords have the right to defer the work to their agent as part of their professional agreement by specifically stating in writing that they want their agent to carry out the checks. Please click here for full details of the checks.

Step 10 Offer agreed

If your offer is accepted we will organise the following regardless of whetheror not your property is managed:

Use Our affiliate companies Home let & rent4sure to conduct all the relevant checks & references Checking your immigration status according to the immigration act 2014 Arrange signing of the Tenancy Agreement Collect your moving in payment (rent + deposit) Register your deposit if it is deferred to us by the landlord.

Step 11 Completion

Upon completion, you will be given a set of keys and if your property is managed we will provide you with your dedicated Property Manager's contact details.

If it is not managed, then we will provide you with the details of the landlord or his appointed agent.

Congratulations, you can now move into your new home!

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