3. MAKING AN OFFER
When you see the property you would like, - make an offer. Your offer should include:
- The rent you are prepared to pay,
- When you would ideally like to move in
- How long you expect to stay.
- If you are sharing, include the names and contact details for all the people who will be living there.
When an offer has been accepted, Daniel Cobb will prepare the details of the agreement, usually for one year. Please note that flat-sharers are usually 'jointly and severally' liable for the rent, so if one person leaves before the tenancy expires the remaining tenants will still have to pay the full rent.
A reservation fee will be payable. The reservation fee will be deducted from the first rental payment unless the landlord withdraws, in which case it will be returned to you.