Rent a property
Like the properties they rent, our tenants’ reasons for renting, and their requirements, are quite diverse.
Many tenants choose to rent a property to get to know an area and its amenities before committing to a purchase. Others wish to be in a strong cash position when they come to buy or simply have a short-term need for quality property because of work or family commitments.
Whatever your reason for needing a property to rent, we have a wide selection to choose from - from hi-tech flats in London to secluded farmhouses in the countryside.
Our letting agents take the time to really understand your circumstances and requirements, and we support our landlords with the responsibilities that come with the tenancy.
When finding property to rent, there’s a lot for a tenant to consider before taking the time to go for a viewing; what’s the local area like, and what are the transport links? Those with children will want to know about schools and young professionals may want to find out more about the local social scene. Everyone likes to have options, but narrowing them down isn’t as simple as you may hope which is why our agents provide expert renting advice whenever it is needed.
We understand that tenants expect their rented properties to be well maintained and for any issues to be dealt with quickly and with minimal disruption. For this reason, we offer to manage our landlords' properties on their behalf.
And if your circumstances change and you wish to purchase a property, our residential sales teams will be happy to help.
for property to rent? Contact us here and
someone from our lettings team will be in touch. Alternatively, carry out a property search.
Please click here to visit our Tenant Charges for London.
Please click here to visit our Tenant Charges for Regions.
Client Money Protection
We are a member of the Royal
Institution of Chartered Surveyors (“RICS”) (with membership Number 007555) and
subscribe to the RICS Clients’ Money Protection Scheme.
Details of our Client Money Handling Procedure can be found here