Let Hunters find you a home to rent

Looking to rent a property? 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.

Important information

The Tenant Fees Act 2019

From 1st June 2019 Fees which have been traditionally been payable by Applicants/Tenants are banned.  There are still some payments required in connection with a Tenancy and these are;

  1. Rent
  2. Refundable tenancy deposit
  3. Refundable holding deposit (subject to terms)*
  4. Payments to change the tenancy when requested by a Tenant
  5. Payments associated with the early termination of the tenant when requested by a Tenant
  6. Utility payments, eg; gas/electric, council tax, water, communication services, TV Licence
  7. Late payment of rent
  8. Replacement of lost keys/security devices
*A Holding Deposit will be payable in order to “reserve” the property you have chosen to rent, this is capped at no more than equal to 1 weeks rent and is subject to criteria and terms.

For more information

Each of our Branches have more details listed about these Fees & Terms which apply on their Branch Page.

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Helping you rent

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.

Register as a tenant today and access brilliant properties across England and Wales, when you're ready to move, Hunters gets moving.

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Tenant 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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Deposit Cap Calculator

From 1st June 2019 landlords in England are limited to the equivalent of 5 weeks' rent for new
and renewed tenancies (or 6 weeks if the annual rent is £50,000 or more). 

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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
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Your holding deposit explained

Find out more information about your holding deposit

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How to rent

Read more about how to rent below...

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Right to Rent

Important information for all tenants about Right to Rent

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Sample Tenancy

Take a look at a sample tenancy agreement...

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