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Old Avenue, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13

A beautifully renovated original Tarrant house sitting at the top of St Georges Hill with breathtaking views. This 5 bedroom wing has a wealth of original features and immense charm. Comprising 5 bedrooms. 4 bathrooms, 3 r...

£12,500 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: HFS27985_10431705

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Wood Lane, St Georges Hill, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0JU

An impressive period family house discreetly positioned in a quiet road within the prestigious St Georges Hill private estate. This 5/6 bedroom house offers a beautiful mature garden with outdoor swimming pool. A host of p...

£9,000 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.
5 4

Ref: HFS27985_10430447

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The Fairway, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0RZ

  • Lovely period house
  • Backing onto golf course
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Private Road
  • 4 Reception rooms

A beautiful period house sympathetically modernised to create a welcoming family home. Offering 6 bedrooms, 4 receptions with large kitchen/ breakfast room. 3 Bathrooms. Lovely large mature garden ...

£5,500 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: HFS27985_8749918

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Little Moreton Close, West Byfleet, Surrey, KT14 6PF

  • Detached executive home
  • Walking distance of Station
  • Wood Flooring
  • Garden & Patio
  • Double Garage
  • 5 Bedrooms

Executive detached five bedroom property located in a small cul-de-sac within walking distance of mainline train station. This family house offers comfortable living and benefits from wood floors a...

£4,950 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.
5 3

Ref: HFS27985_8750191

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Woodham Road, Horsell, Woking , Surrey , GU21 4DP

  • Detached family house
  • Separate annex
  • Large mature garden
  • 5 Beds, 3 bathrooms
  • Garage and ample parking

A substantial detached family house benefitting from a ground floor 1 bedroom annex, garage and large mature garden. The property has been refurbished and is offered in excellent condition. Compris...

£4,395 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.
5 3

Ref: HFS27985_8750164

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Fortescue Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8XF

  • Detached bungalow
  • 3 Bedrooms, 3 reception rooms
  • Close to town and river
  • Good size garden
  • Driveway with parking

Lovely 3 bedroom, 3 reception room detached bungalow, ideally positioned in this quiet road close to town centre and river. Offering driveway with ample parking. Good size garden. Sitting room over...

£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: HFS27985_10413879

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Caenshill, Chaucer Avenue, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0PB

  • 2 Bedroom, 2 bath aparment
  • Large balcony
  • 2 Allocated parking spaces
  • Immaculately presented
  • Close to station

An immaculately presented 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment in this quiet development. Benefiting from private balcony, large living/ dining room. Kitchen with utility room. Hallway/ dining room. Lif...

£2,250 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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Hatch Lane, Ockham, Surrey, KT11 1NA

  • Charming period cottage
  • 1/2 acre plot
  • 2 bed, 2 reception rooms
  • Summer house/ gym/ office
  • Surrounded by woodland

A charming 2 bedroom period cottage ideally positioned with open fields to one side and woodlands to the other. Occupying a large plot with driveway and summer house studio in the garden. Kitchen, ...

£2,000 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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Eyston Drive, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0XE

  • Modern apartment
  • 1 Double bedroom
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Well presented
  • Quiet cul-de-sac

A good size 1 bedroom first floor apartment in this quiet development. Ideally positioned close to Brooklands and David Lloyd health club. Well presented with modern kitchen and with allocated off ...

£1,250 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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Rosemount Avenue, West Byfleet, Surrey, KT14 6FA

  • 2 Bed split level apartment
  • Private roof terrace
  • Good size living room
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Very close to station

A large split level 2 bedroom apartment with roof terrace. Ideally positioned within a very short walking distance of mainline station. Comprising Large open plan living room, private roof terrace....

£1,095 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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Lonsdale Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0TQ

  • Double bedroom to let
  • Ensuite bathroom
  • Dressing room
  • Large garden
  • Very close to station

Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom to rent in this shared 5 bedroom house. Ideally positioned within a few minutes walk of mainline station. Good size room with walk-in dressing room, ensuite sho...

£695 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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1 Lonsdale Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 0TQ

  • Bright double room
  • Very close to station
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • Large kitchen/ breakfast room

Bright double bedroom to rent in this shared 5 bedroom house. Ideally positioned within a few minutes walk of mainline station. Good size room. Can be furnished or unfurnished. Bills and broadband...

£650 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: HFS27985_8750263

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