Booking couldn’t be easier. An advance rent contribution of £150 towards your first rent instalment will be due at the time of completing your application. This amount is credited to your first rent instalment. Should you fail to proceed with the booking after accepting your Tenancy Agreement, the advance rent contribution will be retained by the Landlord.
Your Tenancy Deposit and first rent instalment are due 9 days before the start of your tenancy and the good news is that you will get the Tenancy Deposit back if nothing is owing for damages or outstanding rent at the end of your stay!
Take a look at our Fee Schedule for details of charges that will be applied for damages.
We keep your cash safe in our Tenancy Deposit Scheme and we’re also members of The Propertymark Client Money Protection Scheme. Just remember, there’s no getting the money back if you cancel so take a look at our full Booking Terms and Conditions here and here’s a sample Tenancy Agreement.
Our Tenancy Handbook is well worth a read. We give you the answers to all the major questions – such as, you will need to bring your own towels but Fifi, your pet poodle, will have to stay behind. Plus, there are vital travel guidelines and directions to steer you the right way to reach your very own front door. It’s your guide to how life with Fresh rolls. Here’s an example handbook until nearer move in!
Your contents. Covered.
Fresh is working in partnership with Cover4Insurance to provide some cover for the contents inside your room. You don’t need to do anything to activate this cover, but it is important for you to check and ensure that you fully understand the protection provided and whether it is sufficient for your needs.
You can find out more here:
Your policy number is: Fresh2020
Visit the review cover link to:
– Check what is covered
– Register to be entered into our Free Prize Draw
– Chat to our insurance experts through Live Web Chat
– Check how to make a claim
– Extend and personalise your cover
– Download the Cover4insurance app
You may find that you need to extend your cover to protect all of your possessions both inside and outside of your home.