- STUDENT PROPERTY AVAILABLE FOR THE NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR
- ZERO DEPOSIT AVAILABLE
- Fully furnished
- Double bedrooms
- Spacious living area
- Rear yard
- Separate kitchen
- Three bathrooms
- EPC rating - D
- Managed by homes4u
Moving home can be costly, making it hard to find your deposit, first month’s rent and the other costs of moving. A Zero Deposit Guarantee costs the equivalent of one week’s rent and is a option to replace the traditional tenancy deposit, aiming to make renting more affordable.
Why take a homes4u managed property.
‘Managed by homes4u’ means that the property owner has employed us to act as the Landlord. We are a Manchester Student Homes accredited agent and commit to their code.
We will collect rent, to be on hand to answer questions and resolve issues, organise repairs, visit periodically to check things are ok and to handle the move-in and out.
We hold keys and operate a 24/7 emergency line for any out-of-hours repair emergencies. We also hold deposits; arrange protection and co-ordinate the refund.
As we act for the owner, we still need to check with them before spending their money, or making changes, and get their authorisation. We aim to act in both the tenant and property owners best interests at all times and commit to honest communication and keeping everyone updated.
Separate, spacious living room with sofas and table and chairs.
Fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances including fridge/freezer, oven and hob, and washing machine and dryer.
Five double bedrooms furnished with double bed, wardrobe and desk.
Three bathrooms all with shower, toilet and sink.
Your rent payments will be due on a calendar month basis. It is important to note that there are not 4 weeks in each month across the year. If you want to calculate monthly rent from a weekly amount you will need to multiply the weekly rent by the number of weeks in a year (52). This gives you the total rent for the year. You must then divide the annual rent into 12 months which gives the calendar monthly amount.
£100 (weekly rent) x 52 (weeks in the year) = £5200 (annual rent) / 12 (months in the year) = £433.33 (monthly rent)