Frequently Asked Questions
In order for us to check your suitability as a tenant we will require confirmation of the following:
Confirmation of employment
Bank account, savings and/or audited company accounts if you are self-employed
Evidence of your previous address from your landlord or mortgage company, supported by utility bills
Bankruptcy, CCJs, insolvency
Current passport and visa (Your visa must be valid for the length of the proposed tenancy period)
Central Properties use Mydeposits insurance-based deposit protection scheme. This is where we keep hold of the deposit and pay a fee to Mydeposits to protect it.
What is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy?
An Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) is the most commonly used residential tenancy in England and Wales. It is a form of assured tenancy with limited security of tenure, which was introduced by the Housing Act 1988. They are typically used for tenancies between 6 - 12 months although there is no statutory minimum or maximum requirements for an AST duration. A joint AST is where multiple applicants have signed a single tenancy agreement together, such as groups of students.
The period is determined with reference to the frequency that rent is due. For example if you pay the rent on a monthly basis, one period would be one month. This only applies to Assured Shorthold Tenancies and Assured Tenancies.
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