Park View, Windermere

To Let Shared House 6 Bedrooms

£400 pcm fees apply

Application

To apply for the property each applicant over the age of 18 will need to complete a pre-tenancy form. Once received, a holding fee of 1 weeks rent per property is payable. For successful applicants the holding fee will be offset against the initial rent and deposit, with your agreement. We will then require you to be referenced, for this we use a referencing company.

Right to Rent

You will also need to provide a passport and a utility bill or bank statement received within the last month to the referencing company. Both must show your current address. These can either be scanned or photographed. Sight of the actual documents will be required at check in.

Insurance

Mint Homes recommends tenants have adequate contents and liability insurance in place.

If you need help finding suitable cover at a competitive price, we can suggest Alan Boswell Insurance Brokers, a chartered Insurance Broker. Quotes can be obtained from their quote and buy site at https://www.tenantsquote.co.uk/3601

Please note that an application is based on your annual income . The referencing agency requires tenants to earn 30 x 1 month’s rent between them to rent a property (e.g. 30 x £600pcm = £18,000p.a.)

Personal Details

These details MUST match your passport.

Full Name (including middle names)
Mobile Number *

Please specify an actual date and not ASAP. NB - Tenancy start date must be no more than 30 days from receipt of this application and be Monday – Friday.

Name of Other Tenant (If applicable)

Employment Type

We need details of your current employment. If you are moving into the area for a new job then please give the details of that job and not the one you are leaving.

Are you currently in permanent employment? *
Current Employment Status

(tick all that apply)

If you are employed, are you in a probationary period? *
Employed

Credit Information

ADVERSE CREDIT – It is imperative that you declare adverse credit, whether it is satisfied or unsatisfied. Failure could have a detrimental effect on your application and you could lose your holding fee.

Do you have any adverse credit? *
Have you ever applied for an I.V.A or payment arrangement? *
Have you got, or had, any CCJs? *

Accommodation

Are you renting currently? *
Have you ever rented previously? *
Are you able to provide a reference? *
Have you ever been in rent arrears? *

Number of occupants at the property

Do you have or intend to have pets in the property? *
Do you or any of the occupants smoke? *
Do you have a guarantor (should one be required?) *

The referencing agency requires the guarantor income to be 35 x 1 months rent e.g 35 x £600pcm = £21,000p.a.)

How to Proceed with your Application

  1. Complete and sign the tenancy application form and return it to Mint Homes via email.
  2. Once references are successful you will be required to pay a deposit, equal to 5 weeks rent (6 weeks rent, where the annual rent is greater than £50,000.00). This is then registered with our Government approved tenancy deposit protection scheme, The Deposit Protection Service (DPS) within 30 days of receipt.

Declaration

I understand that providing false information may lead to a tenancy being refused or early termination of any subsequent tenancy agreement.

Mint Homes use a third party referencing company, therefore you are agreeing to be contacted by that company.

Mint Homes and the referencing company will hold your data securely and only use it with regard to the referencing of the tenancy application and future tenancy.

I have read and agree to be bound by the terms above.

Conditions

Under the Tenant Fees Act, there are four grounds which a holding deposit can be retained by the letting agent or landlord. These are:

  • If the tenant fails a right to rent check;
  • If the tenant provides false or misleading information;
  • If the tenant pulls out of the application process before the Deadline for Agreement (the Deadline for Agreement is 15 calendar days from the time the holding deposit was taken to when the contract is signed and dated by both parties);
  • If the tenant fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into the tenancy agreement.

The holding deposit will need to be returned to the tenant if:

  • The letting agent or landlord pulls out of the application process before the deadline for agreement;
  • The letting agent or landlord fails to take all reasonable steps to enter into the tenancy agreement.

General Data Protection Regulations

By providing us with the above information you consent to us obtaining, holding and using personal data about you in connection with the business of letting and renting out of residential properties for so long as may be reasonably required for our legitimate purpose.

For information on how we use your personal information, please read our privacy notice.

The Mint Homes Process

Being an online only agency, our letting process may be a little different than what you are used to. Find out more about our application process.

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