Guide to Video Viewings
If you’re selling through an estate agent, they will organise viewings on your behalf. This can be extremely beneficial as they are in a position to deal with any difficult questions, screen any potential time wasters and of course advise interested viewers and yourself on the stage of sale and what happens next.
Students Guide to Renting:
Due to the high demand from students both domestic and overseas, the rental market is highly competitive in London. Flats and houses come and go on a daily basis and students need to be well prepared to obtain the property they desire. Thankfully our agents will be there every step of the way to help guide them through this process. The most fundamental issue they will need to know is who are they going to live with and how much is their budget. From there, ResiHut can help you choose the right location, find the right property for you and help you secure it.
Guide to Renting with Pets
The most important factor in finding a property when renting with pets is time. Leave yourself enough time in advance to find a property because there are some landlords who don’t allow pets and therefore the whole process may take longer. Always let the agent know you are looking to rent with pets so that time is not wasted on properties where pets are not allowed. The more information the agent knows about your pet, the better it is to relay that info across to any potential landlords.
Providing a reference from the previous landlord regarding your pet will help boost securing any desired property. This reference may state the well-behaved nature of your pet and that no damages had occurred in the previous tenancy. All this will help the landlord approve your pet. Even better would be for the landlord to meet the pet in person, setting both parties’ minds at ease.
A clause will be written in the tenancy agreement stating the pet’s identity to allow the pet to stay in the property so there is no legal dispute in the future.
A pet clause will be added to your tenancy agreement stating the type of animal and your pet’s name to show that the landlord agrees to allow your pet to live in the property. This will prevent any problems from arising in future.