Refurbished, modern end terraced house, situated in a lovely quiet residential area within easy access of Harborne High Street, Birmingham University and Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Lovely setting overlooking the fishing pond.
Go Greener and save money on your bills! This property has solar panels and an energy performance rating of B. As tenants, you get to use the electricity generated by the solar panels for free, so with careful planning of your electricity use, you can reduce your electricity bills.
Refurbished to a high standard, the accommodation has modern gas central heating, double glazed UPVc windows, is fully furnished and consists in:
Ground floor: hall, fully equipped kitchen with washing machine, and through sitting area; two bedrooms
First floor: 2 bedrooms; storeroom; bathroom with shower, separate WC, and separate shower room
Gardens to front and rear of property, gardener included. Parking available on road to side
5 Bedroom Apartment
5 double bed
1 Sep 2020
30 Jun 2021
Rent Payment Options:
Pay quarterly or monthly - Quarterly and monthly rent payments require a UK Guarantor and UK bank account.
If a tenant doesn’t have a UK guarantor, can accept Housing Hand.
First rent payment must be made at least 7 days before the start of the tenancy.
Holding Deposit: 1 weeks rent, which is non-refundable
Payment Deposit: £490 per person
Payment methods: Card/wire transfer
To reserve a property, students will need to pay 1 week holding deposit (which will be deducted from the first months rent). If they cancel before the contracts are signed then they would just lose this holding deposit. If they have signed contracts then they would have to find replacements and could not just cancel the contract.
Q. What if something goes wrong in the house?
If we manage your property you will need to let us know about any maintenance issues, we have a team of trusted tradesmen and contractors who will resolve any issues you may have.
Q. What is a joint and several contract?
Most tenancy agreements (especially student ones) are joint and several which basically means you sign the agreement as a group and are all responsible jointly for the liabilities explained in the contract. For example; if there is damage to the property the landlord can hold you all liable; the landlord is also able to hold any one of you as being liable for the damage. It also means that if the landlord is required to give you notice of anything they are only legally required to inform one of you.
Q. What happens if someone doesn't pay their rent?
You are all jointly liable for rent payments so if someone doesn't pay their rent the landlord is able to pursue all of you for any rent due. It is normal practice however that a landlord would pursue the individual tenant first and then their guarantor before approaching the other tenants.
Q. What will I need to bring?
As with living on campus, you'll need to bring the essentials with you. While your off campus student accommodation will be fully furnished, you'll need to bring things like bedding, kitchen equipment and towels. It's unlikely that the property will include crockery and cutlery, so make sure you have something to eat with, too!
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