Reserving a Property Scotland Once an offer has been accepted you will be asked to provide details for your references. Offered for sale with no on-going chain, this deceptively spacious three bedroom family home is well placed on a popular road in Blacon, Chester.
No holding fee will be payable. Once paid, both parties will have two weeks to enter into a tenancy agreement however this may be extended if agreed by both parties in writing.
The first floor benefits from an on-trend family bathroom and three good sized bedrooms with the master offering fitted bedroom furniture. This will remove the property from housse market whilst reference checks and preparation of the tenancy agreement is undertaken. Referencing Criteria and Tenancy Agreement More information on our referencing criteria and a draft of the tenancy agreement can be found in our Terms and Conditions here.
Outside to the side there is plenty of off road parking and mature hedging offering privacy. Tenancy Information Reserving the Property Reserving a Property England, Wales and Northern Ireland Should you make an offer on a property and it be accepted by the Landlord, you will be asked to pay a holding deposit equivalent to one weeks agreed rent. The holding fee is taken as a financial commitment from you, the prospective tenant to proceed towards entering into the salee.
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Full Details. Excellent amenities are nearby including well regarded schools, a range of local shops, frequent bus links in to Chester, Sealand retail park boasting a great mix of supermarkets, shops and more.
Retaining a Holding Deposit A Holding Deposit will be retained where a prospective tenant; Provides false or misleading information which is reasonable considered when deciding a let of a property Fails a right to rent check Withdraws from entering into an agreement for the property Fails to take reasonable steps to enter into a tenancy agreement Should any of the above occur, Purplebricks retains the right to deduct its reasonable expenses on a case by case basis which may include the administration, referencing or any other costs incurred.
Should the Landlord choose to withdraw from entering into the agreement, this money will be refunded to you.