Permitted Charges in accordance with the Tenant Fee Act 2019

Under the terms of the Tenant Fee Act if you enter into an ASSURED SHORTHOLD TENANCY, payments which may apply will be as follows:

First Months Rent     In advance
Tenancy Deposit 5 weeks if rent less than 50k per annum.  Otherwise 6 weeks.
Holding Deposit    One weeks rent
Utilities, communication services, TV licence and council tax Paid by Tenant unless otherwise stated.
Changing the tenancy documents after the commencement of the tenancy £50 inc VAT
Default charge for late payment of rent   3% above the base rate of Bank of England per annum, calculated daily.
Default charge for replacement of lost key or security device
£50 inc VAT + Cost of replacement
Early Termination when requested by Tenant   All costs, fees and charges incurred by the landlord for allowing early termination including the agent’s existing or re-letting fees.



If you enter into A Non Housing Act Tenancy.   Which is formed when one of the following criteria is in place:

The annual rent exceeds £100,000
The property is occupied by an entity (Company let) rather that an individual
The property is not used as a main or primary home
There is a Resident Landlord

If you are in any doubt as to the type of tenancy which will apply to you, please speak our team.

Pre Tenancy                                                                            All Fees stated are Net
Tenancy Agreement / Admin Fee   £150.00 per person (£180.00 incl VAT)
Reference Fee £40.00 per reference (£48.00 incl VAT)
Company Reference    £100.00 per reference (£120.00 incl VAT)
Deposit    Typically six weeks rent
During your tenancy (if required)  
Renewal Document Fee £50.00 (£60.00 incl VAT)
Change of Occupancy £150.00 (£180.00 incl VAT) plus referencing costs
Check-out Fee £100.00 to £200.00 depending on size of property and contractor used at the time. (£120.00-£240.00 incl VAT)

Client Money Protection via Property Mark reference: C0136121.  Click here for certificate of cover.  Arlington Rouse are members of a redress scheme provided by The Property Redress Scheme (PRS).

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