Tenancy Application 

Please read the following carefully. The answers you provide will be used to assess your suitability to rent the property. It is important that each applicant answers questions fully and honestly. 
A failure to disclose any material facts or providing information which is untrue, or misleading by any applicant or guarantor will result in your holding deposit being forfeited. 
Our referencing process will include: 
a) Credit check 
b) Employment/Income verification 
c) Current or previous landlord references. 
The Holding Deposit reserves the property for you whilst you undergo referencing checks and the tenancy agreement is prepared. This is refundable to you subject to: 
a) Satisfactory references being obtained. 
b) Identification Documents being verified for each tenant and any ‘Permitted Occupier’. A ‘Permitted Occupier is a person over the age of 18 who is permitted to live at the property but is not a named tenant. 
c) The Tenancy Agreement and if required a Deed of Guarantee is signed by all relevant parties to the agreement within 14 days of the Holding Deposit being taken. 
If you are not sure about any question, please contact one of our Property Managers on 01933 322014 or 01234 958250. 
If your initial application is deemed to be satisfactory based on the information provided we will contact you to arrange your formal application, take payment of the holding deposit and provisionally offer a tenancy to you pending the results of our formal referencing enquiries and the verification of your identification documents.  
Please continue to scroll down the page for the application form. 
Guidance on the Affordability cCriteria on which you will be assessed, our Referencing Guide, documents required to prove your Right to Rent in the UK and the Government Guidance on How to Rent can be found below 
Please complete the following (or leave blank if not applicable) and a member of our team will contact you shortly 
About you 
About your financial status 
About the second tenant 
About their financial status 
About the Tenancy 
Guarantor or Permitted Occupier Details 
If a Guarantor is required we will contact them direct to confirm their consent to act as a Guarantor and check they meet the required criteria of being a UK Tax payee, have a good credit history and an annual income equal to 36 times the monthly rent. 
Please also use if a 'Permitted Occupier' will be living at the property. A 'Permitted Occupier' is a person aged 18 or over who is not responsible for the payment of the rent under the tenancy agreement. 
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