21/08/2013 - réf 91137
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EPC=E Application charge 135 (inc VAT) 1st tenant and 65 (inc VAT) each additional tenant. Deposit required of 6 weeks rent. A REDECORATED AND IMPROVED ONE BEDROOM FIRST FLOOR FLAT SUPERBLY SITUATED IN THE HEART OF STOURBRIDGE TOWN CENTRE Hall, Intruder alarm & security door entry system, fitted kitchen with oven, hob, cooker hood, fridge & washer, living room, shower room, bedroom with range of fitted furniture. Carpets & curtains. D/G windows, N/S heating. Car Space. Access is gained via Park St. which is off Chapel St. & Worcester St. Available now! ROUTE TO THE PROPERTY: From agents offices Hagley Road West travelling in the direction of Halesowen proceed into Halesowen Road. At the traffic island take the second exit and proceed down Mucklow Hill. At the base of the hill take the second exit into White Hall Road and continue into New Road. At the traffic island take the second exit and proceed along the Stourbridge Road (A458). Continue forward on the Hayes entering Lye. Continue along the Stourbridge road entering stourbridge. At mini roundabout continue forward onto Birmingham Street. Bear left onto St. Johns road signposted ring road. Follow the roundabout around turning off on the left hand side into Worcester Street (just after Aldi) then immediately left into Chapel St and left into Park Street where the property is located at the bottom of the road on the right hand side. INFORMATION FOR TENANTS WHY RENT VIA SCRIVEN & CO? Having been established since 1937, we enjoy an excellent reputation. A regulated firm, abiding by accounting rules and Code of Conducts of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA). The department has several highly qualified staff and all have a professional, friendly manner. All properties let by Scriven & Co. are MANAGED by us. This means we care about the tenants, the condition of the properties we let and the way our landlords deal with tenants. Fairness and reasonableness are expected from all parties. You liaise direct with us relative to any matter. Unless an emergency occurs, no one will ever enter your property without your prior consent and/or prior written notice. We are regularly praised by new tenants relative to the professional way tenancies are dealt with compared to other local agents. When it is time to move on, many tenants return to us to rent again. PROPERTY STANDARDS Only properties of a certain standard are let by us. In particular:- All properties have annual Gas Safety Records All properties have their wiring installations checked at least 5 yearly All properties have an Energy Performance Certificate Any furnishings comply with current legislative requirements In short, we aim to let properties that are safe and pleasant to live in. RENTING PROCEDURE 1. View the property. 2. All adults 18 or over complete an application form. 3. Clients are advised of the application and instructions received. 4. Once all details are agreed, including moving timescale, length of tenancy, etc., you pay the tenancy application charge. 5. The application charge includes a credit reference which is undertaken online, at which point the application charge is spent and non-refundable but the property is reserved for you (subject to the information provided being found to be correct). Viewings on the property stop as long as there is no undue delay in obtaining the reference(s). Proof of identity will be required but we will confirm which documents will suffice. Copies of the application form can either be obtained from our offices or downloaded from our website ( –, property services –, residential lettings and management) 6. The credit reference part of the application usually takes 3-4 days, dependent upon the speed of response of employers, etc., which is done electronically where possible. 7. Once satisfactory references are received you will be contacted to arrange a moving in/start date. Typically within 3-5 days, providing both parties want the tenancy to start as soon as possible. You will be telephoned/emailed and dates, monies required, etc., will be confirmed in writing to you. 8. A copy of the tenancy agreement is forwarded to you prior to the commencement date, giving the opportunity to raise any queries. 9. The Tenancy Agreement used is approved by ARLA. 10. Once a start date is agreed we will visit the property to prepare both a written and photographic schedule recording the condition of the property and contents. Copies of each will be provided to you at the time of signing the tenancy agreement and you will have a full seven days to check their accuracy and make any comments. They also detail meter readings. These schedules provide peace of mind and reduce the risk of conflict at the end of the tenancy. 11. Keys are released upon the signature of the tenancy agreement and ancillary documents, e.g copies of EPCs, Gas Safety Records, etc., and payment of all monies due (further information below). HOW MUCH WILL I HAVE TO PAY UP FRONT? 1. The cost of the credit checks (mentioned above). 2. A deposit equivalent to approx. 6 weeks rent. This is registered with the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) where it remains protected in accordance with this govement approved scheme. 3. Generally, a month’,s rent in advance. This can vary slightly dependent upon the day of the month when the tenancy starts. We are happy to expand on this. HOW DO I PAY MY RENT? Preferably by standing order. We will assist in the completion of the Standing Order Mandate form when the tenancy agreement is signed and keys released. If you start your tenancy part way through the month you will pay a part month’,s rent. Future payments are paid monthly in advance on the first day of every month. WHAT OTHER BILLS WILL I HAVE TO PAY? Usual household bills such as council tax, gas, electricity, water, contents insurance, t.v. licence, Virgin Media/Sky subscriptions, etc. the cost of emptying septic tanks or non-mains drainage systems where applicable. You may wish to take out accidental damage insurance. The landlord pays for buildings insurance and any service charge (usually appropriate in flats). WHO SHOULD I CONTACT? For any query both before or after a tenancy begins, contact our Lettings Department on option 2) and speak to any member of the team. No matter how minor an issue, we are happy to assist. (QC 115)

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Number of bedrooms : 1

Price of the real estate or monthly rent if this is a rental or roommate : 437 €

Date of the last real estate ad update : 21/08/2013