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£675 pcm

Two bedroom terraced house in a central location in Torquay, on entrance there is a large lounge which leads on to the kitchen. Upstairs there are two good sized bedrooms and a bathroom. The property has been newly decorated with new carpets throughout. There is a small courtyard to the rear of the property and on street parking to the front
2 Bedroom terraced house close to Torquay town centre, 2 good sized bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, small courtyard to the rear with on street parking, the property has been newly decorated with new carpets throughout

The asking rent does not include charges that may be payable before and/or during the duration of the tenancy, therefore you may be required to make one or more of the following permitted payments:

  • A tenancy deposit of 4 weeks’ rent
  • Interest at a rate of 3% above the Bank of England’s base rate, for late payment of rent (which is more than 14 days overdue)
  • Holding Deposit of 1 weeks rent is required prior proceeding to the referencing stage of your application **
  • Payments associated with early termination of the tenancy when requested by the tenant
  • Payments to service providers in respect of utilities, communication services, TV licence and council tax
  • Other payments, permitted under appropriate legislation, including damages.

** A holding deposit is money paid when you’ve agreed to rent a property, but haven’t signed a contract. If you pay a holding deposit you’re guaranteeing you’ll take up the tenancy. If the agents accept it they’re guaranteeing they’ll let the property to you, subject to references being accepted. A holding deposit is set against your first months rent. If the agreement is cancelled, and it’s not your fault and all information you provided upon application was accurate, the holding deposit would be returned to you.

The agent is a member of the Property Redress Scheme and Client Money Protect.

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