Tenant Information

Tenancies with R&R Properties are stress free.

We communicate with the landlord and the tenant in order to prepare the best possible tenancy.

All of our properties must be viewed by prospective tenants. After viewing, in the event that you would like to start the tenancy you must contact us immediately so that the tenant application process can be started. We must reference all prospective adults of the tenancy and we will ask you to provide us with photo identification, such as your passport and drivers licence. As well as proof of address, proof of employment etc.

There is not one specific time duration, referencing can be done very quickly if all information is received timely. The landlord is informed of your application.

Confirmation of Tenancy:

For a tenancy to be given the official go ahead all steps must be completed and the steps are explained:

Completion of referencing Landlord approval Tenancy Contract agreed and signed by all parties Payment of due monies as requested.


  • Holding Fee
  • Deposit (5 weeks rent)
    • Kept against damage, missing rent payments at the landlord’s discretion.
    • Returned following the termination of the tenancy
    • R&R Managed Properties/Deposits are officially registered with the Deposit Protection Scheme.

Rent payments are payable every month, via bank transfer or standing order.

Tenancy Agreement:

  • The type of tenancy will depend on the tenant. Most often the tenancy will be an Assured Shorthold Tenancy. We also do Company Lets.
  • The tenancy agreement will stipulate the rules of the tenancy. All fields must be read.
  • In most tendencies the tenants pay the utilities for the property including gas, electricity, water and other charges. The tenants pay the Wi-Fi bills, telecommunications bills, TV licence, the council tax and further charges in their name.
  • The tenants our responsible for the general upkeep and well-kept condition of the property. Any changes to the property must be allowed by the landlord.
  • Before the termination of the tenancy the property must be returned in the same state that it was found.
  • Should the tenant leave before the tenancy end date, they may still hold an obligation to the tenancy agreement and thus a liability in relation to costs. Tenants are still responsible for all obligations including burst pipes. For any problems or need to break the tenancy early, the tenants must get in touch as soon as they can. Notice must be served by the tenant.