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Private landlords normally rent their property at the market rate and their right to increase the rent depends on the type of tenancy. Raylets Lettings in Bexleyheath can help private landlords get the tenants that they want in their property.
Tenants who have a fixed term of three years or more, are legally entitled to a written tenancy agreement. However, where there is no written tenancy agreement, a tenant with a shorthold tenancy, starting on or after 28 February 1997, has a right to ask for a written statement of any of the following main terms of the tenancy:
- the date the tenancy began
- the amount of rent payable and
- the dates on which it is due
- any rent review arrangements the length of any fixed term
A private landlord will normally ask for a deposit. You should make sure that the condition of the property and any items of furniture are recorded in an inventory and the tenancy agreement states:
- how much the deposit is and who holds it
- when money can be deducted from the deposit (for unpaid rent or damage to property)
- when you will get the deposit back