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The Howards, North Wootton

  • THREE BEDROOMS DETCAHED CHALET
  • L-SHAPED LOUNGE/DINER
  • KITCHEN/BREAKFAST
  • UTILITY
  • CONSERVATORY
  • ENSUITE
  • BATHROOM
  • CLOAKROOM
  • GARAGE

Brittons are proud to offer this THREE BEDROOM DETACHED CHALET BUNGALOW with garage and driveway. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing. The accommodation comprises hall...

£1200 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS
3 2

Ref: 103105000285

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Fountaine Grove, South Wootton

  • THREE BEDROOM HOUSE
  • SOUTH WOOTTON
  • GARDEN
  • AVAILABLE NOW

We are proud to offer this THREE BEDROOM LINK DETACHED HOUSE located in a small Cul de Sac in South Wootton. The property benefits from gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. The accommodatio...

£925 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS
3 1

Ref: 103105000798

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Lynn Road, Tilney All Saints

  • THREE BEDROOMS
  • VILLAGE LOCATION
  • EN-SUITE
  • GARDEN

Brittons are delighted to offer to let this spacious THREE BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE in Tilney All Saints with uPVC double glazing and oil fires central heating. The accommodation comprises of en...

£795 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS
3 2

Ref: 103105000082

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Eastgate Street, King's Lynn

  • THREE BEDROOM HOUSE
  • CLOSE TO TOWN CENTRE AND TRAIN STATION
  • COURTYARD GARDEN
  • AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER

Brittons are proud to offer this THREE BEDROOM MID TERRACE HOUSE on Eastgate Street, close to the Town Centre. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing. The accommodation c...

£675 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS
3 1

Ref: 103105000010

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Tyrrell Cresent, Wootton Meadows, Kings Lynn

  • TWO BEDROOM GROUND FLOOR FLAT
  • GAS CENTRAL HEATING
  • PARKING
  • UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING

Brittons are proud to offer this TWO BEDROOM GROUND FLOOR FLAT with parking in South Wootton. The property benefits from gas central heating and UPVC double glazing. The accommodation comprises lou...

£650 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS
2 1

Ref: 103105000224

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George Yard Cottages, Old Sunway, King's Lynn

  • TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
  • ONE BEDROOM
  • COURTYARD
  • FRESHLY DECORATED

Brittons are pleased to offer this one bedroom semi detached cottage situated in the Town Centre of King's Lynn. The property benefits from electric heating, double glazing and has been freshly dec...

£575 pcm

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Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS
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Churchill Court, King's Lynn

  • FIRST FLOOR FLAT
  • ONE BEDROOM
  • CLOSE TO QEH
  • OFF ROAD PARKING

Brittons are proud to offer this ONE BEDROOM FIRST FLOOR FLAT with one allocated parking space close to the QEH. The property benefits from night storage heating and uPVC double glazing. The accomm...

£550 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS
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27-28 Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn

  • LARGE FIRST FLOOR OFFICE
  • TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
  • AVAILABLE NOW
  • COMMUNAL KITCHEN & TOILET FACILITIES

Brittons Lettings Agents are proud to offer this first floor large modern office overlooking the Tuesday Market Place . Located in the heart of the business sector of Kings Lynn with easy access t...

£475 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS

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27-28 Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn, Norfolk

  • Gas Central Heating
  • Communal kitchen
  • Toilets
  • Gas heating
  • Town Centre location
  • Parking close by

Brittons Estate Agents are proud to offer this first floor office space overlooking the historic Tuesday Market Place which is the in the main financial sector of the town, with banks, solicitors...

£475 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS

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High Street, Heacham, Kings Lynn

  • SHOP/OFFICE PREMISES
  • HEACHAM HIGH STREET
  • KITCHEN/TOILET FACILITIES
  • AVAILABLE AUGUST 20202

Prominent shop premises on Heacham High Street are rarely available! This very popular coastal village attracts a large number of visitors as well as being very well supported by local residents al...

£400 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS

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Tuesday Market Place, Kings Lynn

  • FIRST FLOOR OFFICE -182 sq ft
  • TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
  • AVAILABLE AUGUST
  • FRESHLY DECORATED

Brittons Estate Agents are proud to offer this FIRST FLOOR OFFICE (182 sq ft) located in the historic Tuesday Market Place which is the in the main financial sector of the town, with banks, solic...

£300 pcm

* Tenant info

Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS

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27/28 Tuesday Market Place, Kings Lynn, Norfolk

  • SMART OFFICES
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Kitchen facilities
  • Toilet facilities

Brittons Lettings Agents are proud to offer this second floor modern office overlooking the lovely Tuesday Market Place. It is located in the heart of the business sector of the town including mos...

£300 pcm

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Tenants Information & Fees
 
Listed below are the fees that will become payable by all tenants whilst you are renting a property through Brittons Lettings.
 
All fees include VAT at the current rate of 20%. All payments are prohibited unless the payment is expressly permitted under the Tenant Fees Act.
 
Viewing a property- If you would like to view one of our properties, you will be allocated an individual viewing slot with Lettings team. This gives you the opportunity to look around the property, and ask any questions you have, without pressure from other applicants. To book a viewing call 01553 692828 where a member of the lettings team member will arrange a convenient date and time. We will ask you a few basic questions to ensure that you are in a position to rent the property – we don’t want to waste your time!
 
Tenant Criteria/Requirements- If you wish to become a tenant, you will be required to meet certain criteria. We understand that every tenant and situation is unique, so please get in touch if you are unsure if you meet the criteria or if you have any further questions.
 
Tenants must have a combined annual salary of 2.5 x the annual rent. For example, if the rent is £800pcm, you must have a combined salary of £24,000 per year. If you do not meet the affordability, or if you are starting a new job, in a probationary period or have a casual contract, you may need a UK-based guarantor.
If you are self-employed, you will be required to provide 3 years’ worth of accounts, or a letter from your accountant to confirm your income.
If you are a student, you must be second year or above and have a UK based guarantor.
If you are a non-UK resident, you are required to provide proof of your right to work in the UK (passport/ VISA/ job contract). You may also be required to pay a proportion of the rent upfront
 
Fore move information please see the REFERECING STANDARDS GUIDE
 
Applying for a property- All applications are put forward to the landlord, it is not first come first served basis.  Some properties attract several applications, so it is important to provide as much information as possible to ensure you stand out to the landlord. Please include full details of everyone who would be living in the property, including children and pets etc.
 
To apply for a property, you must complete the initial application passed to you at the viewing. The lettings team can email you a copy or feel free to collect one from the office. 
 
When your application has been approved by the landlord, we require the holding deposit payment (1 week’s rent) before beginning referencing checks.
 
Tenant Referencing - All adult tenants are referenced before moving into a property. The reference checks are carried out by a third-party company; Rent 4 Sure. We send each applicant a link to complete online. Referencing checks assess the following:
 
Credit check
Bank validation check
Financial sanctions check
Current landlord reference
Employment check
Affordability calculation
 
Permitted Payments
 
The Tenant Fees Act prevents tenants being asked to make any payment as a condition of granting, renewing or continuing a tenancy apart from:
 
• Rent
• A capped refundable Tenancy Deposit: capped at five weeks’ rent where the annual rent in respect of the tenancy immediately after its grant, renewal or continuance is less than £50,000 a year. The deposits are held and protected in a Government approved  deposit scheme.
• A capped refundable Holding Deposit: maximum 1 week’s rent- we request a Holding Deposit from a tenant to reserve a property whilst reference checks and preparation for a tenancy agreement are undertaken.
 
REPAYING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will repay the Holding Deposit if:
 
• The landlord and tenant enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord decides before the deadline for agreement not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The landlord and the tenant fail to enter into a tenancy agreement before the Deadline for Agreement.
 
If one of the above applies, the Holding Deposit must be refunded within seven calendar days of the date of that decision or the Deadline for Agreement.
 
RETAINING THE HOLDING DEPOSIT- Brittons will retain the holding deposit if:
 
• The tenant fails a Right to Rent check regardless of when the deposit was accepted.
• The tenant provides false or misleading information to the landlord or letting agent, which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property.
• The tenant notifies the landlord or letting agent before the deadline for agreement that they have decided not to enter into a tenancy agreement.
• The tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement.
 
• Payments in the event of a default:
 
Late payment of rent- A late rent payment will be charged when the rent has been outstanding for 14 calendar days or more since the full rent was due, as set out in the tenancy agreement, and has still not been paid. The fee is 3% above Bank of England base rate in interest on the late payment of rent for each day that the payment is outstanding.
 
Loss of a key or other security device- £15 plus the cost of the invoice
 
• Payment on variation, assignment or novation of a tenancy: £50.00
• Payment on termination (surrender) of a tenancy: POA- we will always need to discuss this with the landlord.
• Payments in respect of Council Tax
• Payments for utilities (electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewage)
• Payments for a television licence
• Communication services (telephone other than a mobile telephone;
the internet; cable television, satellite television)
• Green Deal charge
 
Please note:
 
WE DO NOT ACCEPT CASH PAYMENTS

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