Houses, flats and properties to rent with Hunters

With over 200 branches and thousands of rental properties available nationwide, Hunters is one of the most experienced agents when it comes to renting property. 

Whether you are a first time tenant, existing tenant, or are looking to get some information about renting, Hunters can support and guide you throughout the process. We are Here To Get You There, heping you find your dream property, whatever stage of life you might be in.

We can help you find the perfect place, from short term lets, to shared houses and long term places. We can help you find the right tenants insurance and with Hunters your rent can be paid online.

Hunters aim to give you the best service possible and all our agents work according to The Property Ombudsman Code of Practice.

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Renting with Hunters

Whether you're looking to rent a single room in a shared house, a city centre apartment, or a family home for years to come, we'll help you find a property that's right for you. The Hunters Guide to Renting, walks you through the process from start to finish, ensuring you are confident in your move.

The Hunters Guide to Renting

Find your nearest office

Each of our 200 branches have details listed about Fees & Terms which apply on their Branch Page. Start your journey here and find out more by searching for your nearest office.

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Tenancy insurance

Having the right insurance while you're renting a property can ensure that both your belongings and your liability as a tenant are protected.

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Legislation affecting tenants

There have been several recent changes to legislation affecting your tenancy. Including the Tenant Fees Act 2019 and The Fifth Money Laundering Directive, see the recent legislation here.

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Tenant news

News and guides to help you with your tenancy

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Landlord and tenant rights and responsibilities in the private rented sector

The Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG) has published a new guidance and important information for both landlords and tenants.

Read the guide here