Letting

Protecting the tenants deposit

When an agreement has been reached between yourself and the tenant regarding the letting of the property, it is necessary that the deposit is protected until the end of the letting period. To protect the deposit, the value of the deposit must be protected with a tenancy deposit protection scheme, which has been approved by the government. Further details regarding the tenancy deposit protection scheme can be found here.

Once the tenancy has ended, the deposit must be returned within 10 days, the value depending upon an agreement that has been made between yourself and the tenant. The value returned will be discussed with the tenant, where the value will depend upon how the property has been treated by the tenant, including any unpaid rents and damages to the property. If any disputes occur regarding the repayment value, the deposit will be protected under the tenancy deposit protection scheme until an agreement has been made.

landlord

Additional Landlord responsibilities

To view the official, full guidelines for renting out a property, please visit the gov.uk website.

Protecting the tenants deposit

When an agreement has been reached between yourself and the tenant regarding the letting of the property, it is necessary that the deposit is protected until the end of the letting period.

To protect the deposit, the value of the deposit must be protected with a tenancy deposit protection scheme, which has been approved by the government. Further details regarding the tenancy deposit protection scheme can be found here. Once the tenancy has ended, the deposit must be returned within 10 days, the value depending upon an agreement that has been made between yourself and the tenant. The value returned will be discussed with the tenant, where the value will depend upon how the property has been treated by the tenant, including any unpaid rents and damages to the property.

If any disputes occur regarding the repayment value, the deposit will be protected under the tenancy deposit protection scheme until an agreement has been made.

Protecting the tenants deposit

When an agreement has been reached between yourself and the tenant regarding the letting of the property, it is necessary that the deposit is protected until the end of the letting period. To protect the deposit, the value of the deposit must be protected with a tenancy deposit protection scheme, which has been approved by the government. Further details regarding the tenancy deposit protection scheme can be found here.

Once the tenancy has ended, the deposit must be returned within 10 days, the value depending upon an agreement that has been made between yourself and the tenant. The value returned will be discussed with the tenant, where the value will depend upon how the property has been treated by the tenant, including any unpaid rents and damages to the property. If any disputes occur regarding the repayment value, the deposit will be protected under the tenancy deposit protection scheme until an agreement has been made.