Our student property portfolio spans from City Centre Manchester, Victoria Park, Rusholme, Fallowfield, Longsight, Ladybarn, Withington, Chorlton and Didsbury, properties in all shapes, sizes and styles. Whether you’ are a large group of friends, a small group of friends, a couple or an individual, we are totally confident in our ability to find you your perfect home!
We fully manage a large proportion of the properties we let we also 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
We are Unipol Code Supporters and the vast majority of our Landlords are full code. This means you can rest assured knowing your new home meets the highest of industry standards.
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.
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