Welcome to Home Relief Bulletin Board
Monday 30 April 2018
by Lettings and Management Team
Post No. 34
Room seekers can reserve their rooms to rent with Home Relief to plan ahead.
There are various reasons which may motivate you to do so. You alone know about your personal conditions and circumstances. However, we may think of the following motives: change of jobs, start of a new academic year, relocation, health, transport or travel convenience etc. It could be you just want to change your current accommodation to a new one or another one.
Regardless of these reasons, starting to look for accommodation earlier makes things easier. In particular, if you are planning to move out after summer holidays and start the Autumn term in a new room or shared property. You can search now so that by September and October you know where you will reside.
You can even make your plan goes further by reserving room. You can reserve it without paying any thing. However, if you commit yourself by paying a reservation fee this could indicate you are taking your rental application seriously. You are committed to go ahead with your application to rent.
What is a reservation fee?
A reservation fee is a holding deposit put down to get exclusive rights to rent a property (here room) under certain conditions and at an agreed price. Among these rights, there are: Home Relief working for you to find a room for you, a good range of properties to view, viewings accompanied, more time and freedom to choose a room etc. Reservation fee implies that once you accept the property, this will be taken off the market.
How much is the reservation fee?
You can reserve your room to rent from £5 only at Home Relief and pay the rest once we agree together the terms of tenancy and your offer has been accepted.
What types of property (here room) can I reserve?
You can reserve any types and sizes of rooms: single, medium-sized, double, large and extra-large rooms.
Want to reserve a room? Contact Home Relief NOW!
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