Tenants - Securing a property - House + Co


Securing a property

We will require a holding deposit equivalent to one weeks rent to secure a property. Once received, we will remove the property from the market and will provide you with an application form to complete and return. You will also be asked to provide proof of identity and proof of your current home address. These forms need to be returned and fully completed within 14 days, or the property may be remarketed. Any false or missing information may result in the loss of your holding deposit.


Once we have received your completed application forms, they will be passed onto our in-house referencing team. All parties to the tenancy will be credit-checked and your employers will be contacted to provide a reference on your behalf. Once all references have been returned and deemed satisfactory, we will contact you to arrange a suitable move in date. On this day, you will be required to sign an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement. You will also pay across your first month’s rent and deposit prior to receiving the keys to your new home.


To contact us please fill out the form or call 0117 907 0020

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    The team at House + Co Mortgage are very good at what they do! As first time buyers we were overwhelmed with the wealth of information out there advising us to do this or not do that but Jim and his team were fab and cut out the nonsense and explained everything very clearly to us. Jim put extra time in to get our application in before the interest rate was due to go up and the team are very hands on with regular phone calls and emails updating us of what was happening and when. I would definitely recommend House and Co to find a mortgage for you 🙂

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