One of the team will be happy to discuss your requirements, let us know what you are looking for, how much you wish to spend and when you’d like to move and we’ll happily link you with one of our available properties.
Quarters of Leeds provide experienced staff to accompany you on your viewing and will not harass you with the hard sell, but we are always welcome to questions and feedback. We provide viewings at times that suit you, whether that be on your lunch break, on an evening or on a weekend we will cater for your needs.
On completion of your viewing you should make an offer and stipulate any conditions of the offer. Quarters of Leeds will liaise with the landlord regarding the offer and communicate any feedback with you directly.
Once the application fee and reservation deposit has been received the property is secured subject to referencing and landlord approval.
The application process is very thorough but not overly restrictive. As a company we value honesty as a key facet of our business and if you make us aware of any potential issues early in the application process we more than likely will be able to help.
The application process includes full referencing of all tenants and guarantors. We use a reputable company to carry out full credit history checks, and carry out the stability and affordability assessments in-house.
Once the landlord has approved your application there are certain legal and administrative tasks we must complete. Once again our experienced staff will simplify this process and lead you through the process whilst answering any questions you may have.
All monies must be paid and cleared in the Quarters of Leeds client account prior to the handover of keys.
Once all legal and administrative paperwork has been completed and all remaining fees have been paid to Quarters of Leeds you will be provided with the key to the property.
If the property is under our management, you will be provided with an inventory. You must advise us within seven days of move-in of any changes you wish to make. This is important to prevent any deposit dispute at the end of your tenancy.
Congratulations, you can now move into your new home
It is the tenant’s responsibility to promptly report any repairs or maintenance. The tenants are responsible for the following throughout their tenancy
We would like to take the opportunity to provide a gentle reminder making you aware of the risks of burst water and heating pipes in cold weather. Winters can be very cold and temperatures can drop we
There is always some moisture in the air, even if you cannot see it. If air gets cold, it cannot hold all the moisture produced by everyday activities and some of this moisture appears as tiny droplet