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Want to Rent in Milton Keynes? We can help you. 

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Renting in Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes is an ever-expanding and exciting location to set up home, in every way possible. It is the fastest growing town in the UK and is leading the way with growth in employment. Key investment in education, transport, amenities, jobs and the infrastructure, and of course residential and commercial property, which is leaving other comparable towns and cities in its wake, Milton Keynes is the number one place to live and invest in.

  • Choose a letting agent that values your custom, treats you with the respect and honesty you deserve and provides valuable advice. 
  • Haig Property treat everyone the way they would want to be treated. As members of The Property Ombudsman, our professional and ethical practices provide the reassurance that all tenants will be looking for in a Property Professional that they can count on. 
  • We never forget that today’s tenants, could be tomorrow’s landlords! Most of our business is from word of mouth or referrals, which is testament to our service and professionalism. 
  • Our experienced letting professionals also offer free impartial advice about the entire process, no question to small! 
  • With years of experience behind us we will make sure that you are treated fairly and respectfully and are kept informed throughout the process and your tenancy.

Please get in touch today and register with Haig Property via the contact us page, or please feel free to call directly - 01908 419258, we would love to hear from you and how we can help.

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Tenant Fees

Application DepositEqual to 1 (one) week’s rent – Refundable (subject to terms)
Security DepositEqual to 5 (Five) week’s rent – held against tenancy
RentFirst months rent 

Variation of Contract / Addendum£50 +VAT
Change of Sharer £50 +VAT
Key Replacement Cost of cutting new keys
Utilities / Council Tax / Communications Tenant is responsible for ALL utilities 

If the tenant requests to end the tenancy early and the landlord agrees, the tenant will be liable for the landlord’s costs. These will not exceed the remaining rent due under the tenancy. The tenant will remain responsible for the rent until a new tenant has been found or the end of the original tenancy which ever the sooner. 

If you decide to make an offer on a property, then you will be required to pay a Holding Deposit this will be equal to one (1) week’s rent on the property you have chosen. Subject to satisfactory referencing and move in dates being met, the holding deposit will be used towards the first months rent. If you withhold information from the application process that has a negative impact on the results and means that the let can not go ahead then Haig Property Limited will retain the Holding Deposit in full.
You will have three (3) days to complete the necessary application forms and provide all required documentation for all parties. If you do not return all required documentation within the set time period, then the Holding Deposit will be returned to you and the property placed back on the market. The property will remain however, off of the market for a maximum of 10days whilst the application process is underway.
If the landlord or yourselves pull out of the negotiations or the referencing is unsuccessful when all criteria was met and information disclosed, then the Holding Deposit will be returned to you in full.
A move in date will be negotiated and confirmed at the initial offer stage and confirmed in writing to all parties. If the move in date is not met due to the tenants delay the Holding Deposit will be retained in full by Haig Property.
On the day of the start of the tenancy agreement the First Month’s rent in advance and the Security Deposit (equal to five (5) weeks rent) will be due. The Holding deposit will be used towards this with your agreement.
As part of the referencing a credit check will be carried out on all applicants. You will also be required to meet the affordability ratios; these are calculated using the rent per calendar month x 33% for tenants and 36% for Guarantors bonuses and commissions are unfortunately not taken into account unless they are guaranteed by the employer.