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Residential renting guide

Our guide to renting residential property provides professional advice and information about the key factors to consider at the start of your search such as location, costs and contract negotiation. As well as information about what you need to provide to ensure you can rent the property you want.

The first step to finding the right property is by letting us know what you are looking for. Contact or visit your nearest Frost office or register your property search requirements online with us, we will either contact you by phone or send you email updates when properties that fit your search criteria are available.

Which areas would you consider moving to? All the areas we cover offer excellent transport links via railways and motorways ideal for commuting to London, Reading or Heathrow airport. However, they enjoy all the benefits of town and country living.

Find a property to rent by reverse searching our database by:

Choosing the right lettings agent to rent your property through is important. By renting through an ARLA licenced agent will be assured that the highest customer service standards and that all health and safety regulations have been met. You also have the peace of mind that any rent and deposit given to us is protected via a Client Money Protection Bonding Scheme.

For more information please refer to: Tenants fees.

When you have found the right property we will help negotiate your offer, in terms of the contract and state any special conditions you may require – it is worth noting that until a holding deposit of one week’s rent has been received the property will not be withdrawn from the market and other offers will be considered.

Once both the tenant and the landlord (guarantors where applicable) have agreed and signed the tenancy agreement and the required funds have been transferred and cleared – the property is officially yours to move into on the date specified on the tenancy agreement.

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