Description

Charge

General fees and charges

Holding deposit

Equivalent of one weeks rent, which will be put towards your first rent due on completion of the tenancy. 

Any tenancy agreement specially negotiated clauses agreed after the tenancy agreement has been signed

Up to £50, or for any reasonable costs incurred if these are higher than £50

Traditional deposit: annual rent less than £50,000

Equivalent to five weeks’ rent

Traditional deposit: annual rent £50,000 or more

Equivalent to six weeks’ rent
Change of sharer Up to £50 for one new reference and providing a new tenancy agreement, or for any reasonable costs incurred if these are higher than £50.

Early termination – at landlord's discretion

All costs, fees and charges incurred by the landlord for allowing early termination including the agent’s existing or re-letting fees.

Stamp Duty Land Tax

Payable on tenancies where the rent (for the whole time a tenant stays in the property) exceeds £125,000.

Default fees and charges

Late, unpaid, returned rent payments

3% above the base rate of Bank of England per annum, calculated daily.

Lost keys

Any cost for the replacement of keys, fobs, security devices or associated items which have been lost, damaged or broken.

These charges are in line with Government regulations. If you have any queries the lettings team will be able to help you.

NON-HOUSING ACT TENANCIES (NHA)

You can see all of the money and fees you’ll need to pay for Non-Housing Act Tenancies (NHA) listed below.

All our fees and charges are shown including VAT.

Description Charge
Pre Tenancy Application Charge (PTAC) Equivalent of one weeks rent or £600, which will be put towards your first rent due on completion of the tenancy. If you withdraw from the tenancy: Private tenancies – minimum of £300 per person. Company tenancies – minimum of £600.
Tenancy paperwork £300 per tenancy for contract negotiation and arranging the tenancy
Deed of guarantee £120 per deed
Company reference checks £120 per reference
Deposit Usually equivalent to six weeks rent or if you have a pet this will usually be equivalent to eight weeks.
Withdrawing from the tenancy Private tenancies – minimum of £300 per person. Company tenancies – minimum of £600.
Call out services (inc out of hours) £60 per hour and/or you’ll have to pay the contractors invoice where your actions or lack of actions result in us or a contractor attending the property to remedy the situation.
Last minute cancellation or no cancellation of pre-arrange visits. £60 per visit and any contractor invoice. If you cancel an appointment less than 24 hours before, or we have arranged to visit your property and we can’t gain access.
Hourly rate £60 plus any replacement costs if we or the landlord have to replace any damaged or broken items, or return any fixtures or fittings to their original position, as per the inventory.
Any overseas payment charges £30 per payment. Unless you ask us to pay monies to a UK bank account instead.
Late/unpaid/returned rent payments £60 late payment charge and 3% above the base rate of Bank of England per annum, calculated daily.
Change of sharer £375
Additional sharer £75 if they change at the same time as the above
Renewal negotiation £180 for each renewal. If additional referencing is required we’ll also charge you £45 per reference.
Any tenancy agreement specially negotiated clauses agreed after the tenancy agreement has been signed. £180 each time a change is requested and agreed by the landlord
Early termination – at landlord's discretion All costs, fees and charges incurred by the landlord for allowing early termination including the agent’s existing or re-letting fees.

Stamp Duty Land Tax

This tax is payable on tenancies where the rent exceeds £125,000

Interest on any unpaid or late rent at 4 per cent above the Barclays PLC base rate.

You’ll also be responsible for all household bills such as gas, electric, water, telecoms, council tax and so on, if you have any questions your local lettings team will be able to help you.

The Maybria Group is part of a property redress scheme, details of which that can be found here: https://www.theprs.co.uk

Their work meets the requirements of the Consumers, Estate Agents and Redress Act, 2007. This means that domestic customers of estate agents have the right to take certain complaints to the ombudsman if the firm or company fails to resolve the problem. They are also appointed by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA) to handle complaints about their members.

Property customers are not charged for using this service.

Their job is to investigate complaints fairly by listening to both sides of the story and looking at the facts. They will decide what action, if any, should be taken when you and a property company can't agree.

The Maybria group is not currently part of any Client Money protection insurance scheme, however does hold a dedicated client account with our bank, to help safeguard our clients money whilst in our possession.

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