Lettings fees

As the areas leading Letting Agent, we offer a full management or introduction only service for landlords and investors, please see our fees below.


All properties are let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement for a minimum of six months, unless negotiated

Rents are to be paid via Standing Order on the first day of each month the bond payable will be the equivalent of one
and a quarters months’ rent and will be retained until the termination of the Tenancy. The Tenant will also be
responsible for a proportion of the expense incurred in the setting up of the Agreement, in the sum of:

Up to £1,000.00 PCM £90 Inc. VAT
£1,000 – £2,000 PCM £180 Inc. VAT
£2,000 – £3,000 PCM £240 Inc. VAT
£3,000 – £4,000 PCM £360 Inc. VAT

The Tenant is responsible for all outgoings including the payment of the Council Tax. The Landlords are NOT obliged
to provide a BT Landline.

Prospective tenants will be referenced by Legal for Landlords Referencing Services and the following charges will
apply: –

Individual Tenant
£180.00 Inc. VAT

Two Tenants
£300.00 Inc. VAT

Additional Applicant (18 years and over)
£120.00 Inc. VAT

£120.00 Inc. VAT

At the time of application, you will be asked to provide a NON-REFUNDABLE retainer of £200 which will be deducted
from the first month’s rent (the retainer will only be refunded should the Landlord withdraw the property from the
market or should your application be rejected by the Landlord prior to referencing).

On commencement, all parties named will have to sign the agreement at our office on or before the commencement
of the Tenancy. At the time of signing you will be required to provide: –

• Proof of Residency in the form of a utility bill, paper driving licence etc.
• Copy of Home Contents Insurance (this can be arranged for you at Thomlinsons)
• Cash payment/cleared funds to settle initial invoice (payment by cheque can be made but must be received by us ten
days prior to commencement of the Tenancy).

Thomlinsons are registered to operate the Tenancy Deposit Scheme which became law on the 6 April 2007. If you are a
Landlord or a Tenant and have any queries regarding your legal obligations please do not hesitate to contact our

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