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Church Walk, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8JT

  • Stylish mews house
  • Backing direcly onto river with mooring
  • 4 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
  • Stunning vaulted living room
  • Private parking

A stylish newly re-built mews house backing directly onto river Wey with private mooring. This superb home benefits from 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. A stunning open plan living room with vaulted ce...

£3,750 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Ref: HF27985_64753

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Manor Chase, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8SE

  • Quiet private cul-de-sac
  • Detached family house
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Newly decorated
  • Wood floors

Ideally positioned in the prestigious Weybridge Park Private Estate within walking distance of Station and Town Centre is this bright and spacious newly decorated four bedroom detached family house...

£3,750 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Ref: HF27985_144

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Church Walk, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8JT

  • Newly re-built mews house
  • Backing onto river
  • 4 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
  • Private parking
  • River mooring

A stunning newly built mews house backing directly onto river Wey with private mooring. This stylish home benefits from 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Fitted with a beautiful kitchen by Neptune. Good ...

£3,000 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Ref: HF27985_64682

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Hillcrest, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8EB

  • 4 Bedroom townhouse
  • Quiet convenient location
  • Open plan kitchen/ dining room
  • Pretty rear garden
  • Off street parking

New instruction, more photos to follow. A bright and convenient 4 bedroom townhouse ideally located in this quiet development within a short walk of town centre and station. Offering good size ope...

£2,300 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Ref: HF27985_64809

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Monument Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8QX

  • Detached house
  • 2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
  • Large garage and parking
  • Courtyard garden
  • Close to town and station

A detached 2 bedroom house ideally positioned in Weybridge town centre and within walking distance of station. Offering 2 reception rooms, kitchen. 2 bathrooms. Private courtyard garden to rear. Go...

£1,995 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Ref: HF27985_64858

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High Street, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8AB

  • Very spacious apartment
  • 2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
  • Roof terrace
  • Large living room
  • Split level

An especially spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom split level apartment offering roof terrace and ideal for local shops. Good size kitchen. Large living room. Good size main bedroom with walk in wardrob...

£1,595 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Ref: HF27985_64862

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The Stadbury, Whittets Ait, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8BT

  • Modern apartment
  • Direct river views
  • Large private terrace
  • 1 Double bedroom
  • Allocated parking

A fantastic 1 bedroom apartment fronting directly onto the river with large wrap around private decked terrace. Offering good size living room with full height sliding doors overlooking river and o...

£1,575 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Marlborough Drive, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8PA

  • 2 Bedroom house
  • Good size garden
  • Wood floors
  • Well presented
  • Quiet location

A 2 bedroom bungalow ideally positioned in this quiet cul-de-sac. The house benefits from wood floors, private garden. Within walking distance of town centre.

£1,400 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Hillcrest, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8BD

  • 1 Bedroom apartment
  • Quiet convenient development
  • Wood floors
  • Close to station
  • Communal gardens

A very well presented and modernised 1 bedroom ground floor apartment in this popular development. Ideally positioned within short walking distance of town centre and station. Offering living/ dini...

£1,050 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Hillcrest Court, Weybridge, Surrey , KT13 8AD

  • Convenient Town Centre
  • 1 Bedroom
  • Popular Development
  • Mainline Station nearby

A well presented 1 bedroom apartment in this popular quiet development ideally located between town centre and station. Offering living room, kitchen, bathroom.

£1,050 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Gate Court, Gateway, Weybridge, KT13 9NW

  • 1 Bedroom garden flat
  • Open living toom/kitchen
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Refurbished
  • Quiet development

A newly refurbished 1 bedroom ground floor garden flat in this quiet development. Offering good size open plan living room/ kitchen. Conservatory opening onto private garden. Bedroom with built in ...

£950 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Albany Court, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8BD

  • 1 Bedroom apartment
  • Excellent location
  • Communal gardens
  • Good size living room

A very well presented 1 bedroom apartment in this popular development. Ideally positioned within short walking distance of town centre and station. Offering living/ dining room, bathroom with showe...

£925 pcm

* Tenant info

Information for Prospective Tenants

This is a guide to help you through the journey of renting a property. We make every effort to make this process as smooth and stress free as possible for all parties, it is therefore important that you read and are aware of processes for a tenancy application and the obligations and costs on you as a tenant.

Found a Property with Martin & Wheatley?

Once you have viewed and identified with a property you should make your interest known at an early stage with an offer. Key points we will need to know when putting forward an offer are; who will be the tenants and occupiers, the occupations of the applicants, rent offered, intended length of tenancy, any break clauses required, any pets, any adverse credit history, special requests etc.

Any discussion or correspondence at this stage is subject to application, references and contract.

Applying to Rent a Property

Once the Landlord has accepted your offer, you will need pay an application charge equivalent of 1 weeks rent, by bank transfer. This will be refunded against move-in rent monies if your tenancy is successful. Details for transfer at bottom of page. This application charge is not refundable should you decide to withdraw from the application, your references prove to be unsatisfactory or you have given mis-leading information. You will then be asked to complete an on-line credit reference application form – one application is required for each tenant. We use a 3rd party referencing agency. This may require details of previous landlords and their contact details, employer’s details, previous addresses, salary, bank accounts and will involve a credit search. Their criteria is that individual or joint incomes should be at least 2.5 x the rent.

Applicant ID required

UK Citizens – Proof of address for where you have resided in the UK over the past three years; Bank statement, utility bill or council tax statement plus a copy of valid passport

EU Citizens –A copy of valid passport and proof of address from one of the countries of origin.

Non EU Citizens – A copy of valid passport and Visa/Work Permit.

If the tenancy does not proceed either because of your withdrawal, your failure to provide requested information or you receive an unsatisfactory reference, the application charge will not be refunded.

Tenancy Agreement

Once we have received satisfactory references we will proceed to drawing up your tenancy agreement. Please take time to read the contract carefully. Our tenancy agreement is drawn up by leading housing act solicitors under guidance of OFT and ARLA and is deemed fair to both parties. This is a legally binding document. If you are in any doubt over the contents or any terms please do not hesitate to take independent legal advice.

Your tenancy will normally require you to pay all utilities including council tax, water, electricity, gas, telephone etc. You are responsible for the insurance of your own contents as well as any other accidental cover you may wish to take out.

Pre-tenancy Payment

When terms are agreed we will send you a payment request, this will include the first terms rent and deposit. This is payable as cleared funds on or before the tenancy start date by bank transfer or a banker’s draft. We do not accept cash or personal cheques. Please note, failure to provide full and cleared funds by the commencement date of the tenancy will mean we cannot release keys and may delay occupancy.

Future rent payments should be made by standing order in accordance with your tenancy agreement. We will provide standing order forms if requested.

Deposit

The Security Deposit may be held by us as Stakeholder without payment of interest. The deposit is covered by the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) and you will be issued with the relevant documentation for this. You must inform us if anyone else is paying this deposit on your behalf as they will be listed on the documentation. Where the landlord holds the deposit it will be noted on the contract. Where the rent is less than £50,000 per annum, the deposit will be 5 weeks rent. Where the rent is over £50,000 per annum the deposit will be 6 weeks rent.

Inventory Check-In and Check-Out

We encourage all landlords to have a professional inventory compiled with a clerk to check you in and out of the property. This is at the landlords expense. You should be present for both check-in and check-out or you may choose to have your own professional representation.

Early Termination

Your contract is binding for the term however if you need to terminate the contract before the end of tenancy date outside of a break clause please inform us immediately. We can seek the Landlords permission to remarket the property.

If a new tenant can be found, at the landlord’s discretion and only where tenancy agreements are signed by both parties and monies received in full then you can be released from your obligations. Before release a charge will be levied which may include reasonable charges incurred by the landlord in the re-letting the property, including agents costs, marketing, additional referencing. Please note you are liable for all tenancy obligations until a successful tenancy takes occupation even in the event that you vacate for a prospective tenancy.

Further costs may be incurred during the tenancy as per the contract

These terms are for Housing Act Tenancies. Charges and procedures vary where the tenancy for a company or Non-Housing Act. Details available on request.
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Ref: HF27985_64678

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