If you are looking to rent a home, we can help you not only find a property, but also to guide you through every step of your journey.
To protect both tenant and landlord rights you will have to go through a series of checks, referencing and sign tenancy agreements. We will help you at every stage of the complex rental process, including making and agreeing an offer. Brown & Brand use Goodlord our referencing platform, to carry out the required checks, please read this guild to help you understand the process.
Whether an individual, a whole family or a corporate tenant, Brown & Brand are here to help you find the right home for your needs.
Our lettings experts will guide you through everything, from what must be done on move-in day, to managing a smooth end of tenancy when you want to move on.
As an ARLA Propertymark protected firm, Brown & Brand are always kept up to date with the latest lettings industry knowledge and requirements, sharing their expertise and resources to give clear and honest advice to applicants, tenants, and landlords alike.
Tenant Scale Of Charges
The rules for how fees will be charged for Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST) are different to how fees will be charged for Non-Housing Act Tenancies (NHA)
Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST)
An AST is the most common type of tenancy if you rent from a private landlord or letting agent. You usually have an AST if:
- You don’t share any accommodation with your landlord and they live elsewhere
- the rent is less than £100,000 a year
- the tenant is an individual and is using the property as their main home
Permitted payments prior to the tenancy commencing
(payable to Brown & Brand 'the Agent' or Goodlord our ‘referencing platform’)
Holding Deposit: 1 week's rent (Calculated by monthly rent x 12 divided by 52) Should the tenancy commence successfully; this holding deposit will be offset towards your first month's rent.