Lucas Estate Agents

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Tel: 01248 714567

Rental Guide



At Lucas Estate Agents, We Offer A Straight Forward Find A Tenant Service. Once We Have Found You A Tenant And Arrange The Tenancy Agreement, Then Its Over To You! Meaning You Get To Keep The Full Rent Every Month ,Cutting Out The Middle Man, And Their Monthly Fees. If Your Tenant Has Any Queries Or Issues, Then They Contact You Directly, Giving You Both Peace Of Mind.


Having found a suitable house or flat to rent, what happens next? You should begin by putting down a holding deposit in order to state your intention to rent the property and get the property off the market. The letting agent will then begin the administrative process of requesting references from you and a full deposit.


Your prospective new landlord will be keen to make sure that you are a suitable tenant and that you have the ability to pay your rent, while also making sure that you have rented a property without any major problems in the past (if this is applicable). If instructed, the letting agent will organise this, and at this point, they are likely to ask for the administration fee, along with your permission to conduct the relevant searches.

The deposit

The final event in your securing the property is the deposit. This is usually between one and two months’ rent and held for the duration of the tenancy. The deposit is a safety net for the landlord to guard against the cost of replacing or repairing property damaged by the renter. It is, however, the single most disputed area of the renting process.

Tenancy agreements

The tenancy agreement is a contract between you and the landlord. It specifies certain rights to both you and the landlord, such as your right to live in the home for the agreed term and your landlord’s right to receive rent for letting the property. Lucas Estate Agents Will Organise The Tenancy Agreement.



Your own house contents insurance

You will need to arrange this yourself for all your personal belongings inside the property.

Council tax

You can enquire by calling the local council and providing them with the address to get the amount payable. The tenant is often responsible for payment of this.

Utility bills

You will be expected to take on most of these bills (sometimes water bills are paid by the landlord) from the day you move in.

Service charges

If the property is in a block of flats or is a serviced apartment, there may be a service charge to pay, so clarify with your agent or landlord whether it's included in the rent or an additional charge.


(Typically the value of a month's rent )

Removal costs

Budget for the cost of hiring a removal company.


If you would like further information on anything contained within this area please do not hesitate to contact us.


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