I was recommended by a colleague at work to post on here.
My landlord has recently informed me that he is selling my apartment. Although I have always
rented I have not had to raise a deposit before until I moved in here (lived in a council flat then
rented privately for 10 years from a landlord who didn't take deposits)
Regardless of the outcome I need to raise approx £1700 in the next couple of months, which is
tough on my salary, even though I work full time. I'll leave a copy of the amount emailed by my
estate agent even if I'm lucky enough to stay where I am.
I'm hoping to raise around £1000 of the amount required as I'll be saving hard to come up with
Now that I'm on here I will be checking out other folks pages to make donations - because even
just a few quid can make a difference!
Dear Ian, the fees are below. Let me know if you would like to take the property;
To secure the property;
Admin fee £50
Referencing fee £75
Holding fee (half a months rent) £312.50
When you move in;
Tenancy agreement £300
Inventory and check out fee £125
Remaining rent £312.50