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What will renting cost you?

What will renting this property cost you?

 

England (for Wales see below)

As well as your regular rental payments, you may also be required to make the following permitted payments.

Prior to the start of the tenancy

Holding Deposit – 1 week’s rent

Security Deposit – 5 week’s rent

During the tenancy

Late rental payment interest charge – 3.75% of amount owed

Change of tenancy charge - £50

If you require a key or key fob for the property to be replaced, the cost of the replacement key/fob will be passed on to you with an invoice to demonstrate proof of cost.

If you request an early termination of your tenancy, outside of any break clause stated in your tenancy agreement, you may be required to make payment of rent until the tenancy is terminated and cover the loss incurred by your landlord. You will be provided with an invoice to demonstrate proof of the landlord’s loss.

Unless otherwise agreed in your tenancy agreement, you will also be responsible for paying for the following (if connected to the property):

Utilities – gas, electricity, water

Media – telephone, broadband, television packages (satellite/cable) and television licence

Council Tax

How do haart ensure our tenants are protected?

haart is a registered member of the Propertymark Client Money Protection Scheme, which is a client money protection scheme to ensure your money is handled with in the correct manner. We are also members of The Property Ombudsman, which is a redress scheme for consumer complaints. You can find out more information on our website, haart.co.uk, or by contacting your local haart office.

*The Tenant Fee ban changes do not apply to branches in Wales, details for these fees are below.

Wales

For Tenancies Which Began Before September 1st 2019

During the tenancy

Late rental payment charge - £30 for each arrears letter sent

Unless otherwise agreed in your tenancy agreement, you will also be responsible for paying for the following (if connected to the property):

Utilities – gas, electricity, water, emptying of any septic tank at the property

Media – telephone, broadband, television packages (satellite/cable) and television licence

Council Tax

 

At the end of the tenancy

Tenancy extension fee - £118.80

If you request an early termination of your tenancy, outside of any break clause stated in your tenancy agreement, you may be required to make payment of rent until the tenancy is terminated and cover the loss incurred by your landlord. You will be provided with an invoice to demonstrate proof of the landlord’s loss.

 

For Tenancies Which Begin On or After September 1st 2019

Prior to the start of the tenancy

Holding Deposit – 1 week’s rent

Security Deposit – 6 week’s rent

 

During the tenancy

Late rental payment charge – £30 per instance of late rent

Key Replacement charge - If you require a key or key fob for the property to be replaced, the cost of the replacement key/fob will be passed on to you with an invoice to demonstrate proof of cost.

Out of Hours Contractor charge – If you require a contractor to attend the property out of hours due to an emergency caused by your own act, the cost of any contractor fees incurred by the landlord will be passed on to you with an invoice to demonstrate proof of cost.

Missed Contractor Appointment charge – If you miss a pre-agreed appointment with a contractor, the cost of any contractor fees incurred by the landlord will be passed on to you with an invoice to demonstrate proof of cost.

Unless otherwise agreed in your tenancy agreement, you will also be responsible for paying for the following (if connected to the property):

Utilities – gas, electricity, water

Media – telephone, broadband, television packages (satellite/cable) and television licence

Council Tax

If you request an early termination of your tenancy, outside of any break clause stated in your tenancy agreement, you may be required to make payment of rent until the tenancy is terminated and cover the loss incurred by your landlord. You will be provided with an invoice to demonstrate proof of the landlord’s loss.

 

Payments can be made by credit or debit card or by direct bank transfer. For our bank details, please contact your local office.