- Three bedroom detached property
- Located in quiet cul-de-sac
- Lounge with doors to rear garden
- Kitchen with appliances
- Double glazing / Central heating
- Off-road parking
- Rear garden / Ground floor WC
- BROADBAND INCLUDED
- AVAILABLE 23RD APRIL
***AVAILABLE 23RD APRIL*** A modern three bedroom FURNISHED detached house located in this quiet cul-de-sac and being well situated for the local amenities of Stirchley High Street as well as local parks, transport links including Bournville station and providing good access to Kings Heath, Moseley and Birmingham Central.
The accommodation comprises reception hallway, modern kitchen, lounge/dining room and WC to the ground floor. To the first floor are three double bedrooms and family bathroom. The property also benefits from off road parking, double glazing, central heating and rear garden.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the high standard of accommodation.
EPC RATING = B
HOUSING ACT TENANCIES (AST)
In addition to paying the rent, you may also be required to make the following payments permitted under the Tenant Fees Act 2019.
GENERAL FEES & CHARGES
Holding Deposit - Equivalent to one weeks’ rent
Deposit (annual rent less than £50,000) - Equivalent to five weeks’ rent
Deposit (annual rent £50,000 or more) - Equivalent to six weeks’ rent
Variation of tenancy agreement (specially negotiated clause agreed after the tenancy agreement is signed) - Up to £50 per agreed variation, or any reasonable costs incurred if these are higher than £50
Change of sharer - Up to £50 per replacement tenant, or any reasonable costs incurred if these are higher than £50
Early termination - All costs, fees and charges incurred by the landlord for allowing early termination including the agents existing or re-letting fees, as well as all rent due under the tenancy until the start date of the replacement tenancy. These costs will be no more than the maximum amount of rent outstanding on the tenancy.
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 & 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
DURING THE TENANCY (PAYABLE TO THE PROVIDER) IF PERMITTED AND APPLICABLE
Utilities - gas, electricity, water and sewerage
Communications - telephone and broadband
Installation of cable/satellite
Subscription to cable/satellite supplier
OTHER PERMITTED PAYMENTS
Any other permitted payments, not included above, under the relevant legislation including contractual damages
NON HOUSING ACT TENANCIES (NHA)
Tenant fees do not apply to tenants of assured shorthold tenancies, student accommodation or licences but may apply for other tenancy types. Please see below fees that can be charged for those tenancies not covered under the Tenant Fees Act 2019.
Tenancy paperwork - £300
Deed of guarantee - £120
Company reference checks - £120 per reference
Deposit - Usually equivalent to six weeks rent
Call out services (inc out of hours) - £60 per hour and/or the contractors invoice where your actions or lack of actions result in us or a contractor attending the property to remedy the situation
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 - £200
Additional sharer (at the same time) - £75
Renewal negotiation - £100 for each renewal. If additional referencing is required £45 per reference
Any tenancy agreement specially negotiated clauses agreed after the tenancy agreement has been signed - £100
Early termination (at landlords discretion) - All costs, fees and charges incurred by the landlord for allowing early termination including the agent’s existing or re-letting fee
Stamp Duty Land Tax - This tax is payable on tenancies where the rent exceeds £125,000
Client money protection (CMP): ARLA Propertymark - arla.co.uk
Redress scheme: The Property Ombudsman - tpos.co.uk