Privacy Policy & Terms

MOREthan Estates & Lettings is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. This is our Privacy Policy:


We fully manage a large proportion of the properties we let we do advise all landlords that the deposit needs to be protected by law. If you sign for one of our managed properties, we guarantee full deposit protection. However some landlord do not require a deposit
Our management team is qualified and highly experienced in the student and professional market through out the Greater Manchester area, meaning your needs will be well understood and fully catered for when the property is managed by MOREthan estates.
We fully manage a large proportion of the properties we let. If you sign for one of our managed properties, we guarantee full deposit protection. Please note that it may take up to 14 days for the deposit to be returned. However some landlord do not require a deposit
Once settled on a particular property you wish to rent, we will ask you to complete a written application form or send you email details. The planned commencement date shall also be determined, this can also be done by email.

In order to take the property off the market until the planned tenancy commencement date, a holding security is required. The security fee secures the Landlord against all reasonable costs incurred should you withdraw from the agreement or fail to take up the tenancy within the agreed timescales. This is payable at the same time as the Agency Fee which are none refundable.

At the point you submit your application, a fee is payable to cover the administration / referencing cost, including the preparation of the tenancy documentation and cost of credit references. The fee is non refundable if you fail or withdraw the application.
Some landlords may wish to apply certain restrictions to a tenancy. Please find below some examples of typical restrictions that may be imposed:
• Smokers
• Housing Benefit
• Students
• Pets
• Couples
You should be advised of any restrictions before an agreed viewing of a property takes place or please notify us if you have any of these or other requirement.

If you are a student who cannot prove a consistent and sufficient income, you will need a parent, relative or close friend to guarantee the rent and adherence to any other tenant obligation listed within the agreement.

If you are self-employed, we may require a written reference from your bank and accountant. We will also require accounts, usually dating back 12 months.
How do I terminate my tenancy and will I have my deposit returned?
Providing you comply with the terms of the lease and ensure that the property is left in a clean condition, then your deposit will be refunded. However, should any damage occur which is not down to wear and tear, e.g. carpets dirty and stained, cookers, fridges left in a poor state, then monies will be deducted to rectify these problems. Any shortfall will be billed for payment. Remember the deposit cannot be set against any unpaid rent. Please note any property not managed by us will be subject to the contract between the landlord & tenants

What happens if there is a dispute at the end of the tenancy?
In the event of a dispute, both parties will have 10 days to resolve the matter. If no resolution has been reached, they will be invited to make use of the Alternative Dispute Resolution process that is provided free with their chosen deposit scheme. Should the parties opt for Alternative Dispute Resolution they will be bound by its decision with no redress to the courts.
Tenant’s Legal Obligation
Where there are several tenants sharing a house, there is a legal obligation for all parties to sign the agreement. Remember you are all jointly responsible for payment of rent and utilities and complying fully with the terms of release for the whole period of the tenancy.

Do not want to complete the tenancy.

Any payment, admin fees, security deposit, holding fees that are paid are none refundable if the aplicant tenant no longer wants to proceed with the property or room.

Information Collection and use

MOREthan Estates & Lettings will receive and store any information you enter on our website. We use this  personal information (including name, address, telephone number and email) in order to respond to queries or requests submiited by you. We will not make this information available to anyone other than our suppliers of web hosting and IT support contractors.


Own risk

Any property details or other information on this web site may be taken as general guidance only and you must satisfy yourself as to the accuracy of the information presented before incurring any costs or expenses.


Use of the web site content

You may use any of the information on this web site, whether originated by MOREthan Estates & Lettings not, only for your personal purposes. You may not use any of the information on this web site for commercial purposes without the prior written consent of MOREthan Estates & Lettings

Disclaimer of liability

Under no circumstances shall MOREthan Estates & Lettings be liable for any damages whatsoever as a consequence of your doing or not doing anything as a result of viewing or reading any of the material on this web site.



The ownership and copyright of the design and content of this web site vests in MOREthan Estates & Lettings. You may download or print property details for your personal non-commercial use only. You may not alter any of the details or images. You may not make them available for public viewing or use them for or in connection with any commercial purpose.


Applicable Law

Any disputes arising from the use of this website shall at all times be governed by the laws of England and Wales and the parties shall submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.


We have no control over the privacy policies of other organisations whose websites you access via a link on our web site. Should we change our privacy policy we will publish details of those changes on this page before they are put into effect.