Help for Tenants

publication date: Mar 21, 2013
author/source: Kate Faulkner, Property Expert and Author of Which? Property Books

Help for Tenants

In the main, rents are pretty static now across the UK. It is likely you will have to pay up to 10% over and above the average rent to secure a property in great condition, especially if it is a new build.

Moving forward in 2013, it is a good idea to try and secure a property sooner rather than later. Stock will continue to fall versus the increased levels of demand versus supply of new properties from builders or buy to let landlords.

Whenever you make an offer on a property do have the tenancy agreement checked with a legal lettings specialist and make sure your deposit is protected in a government approved scheme.

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