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Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreements are by far the most common type of letting agreement used in England & Wales. They are generally used for six to twelve months, but can be longer. For a landlord, possession can be obtained fairly simply if necessary.
Generally used where the landlord and tenant are seeking to create an agreement to run for many years. Unless the tenant breaches the agreement, it is extremely difficult for the landlord to obtain possession. Ideally suited for lanlords and tenants who wish to create a long term agreement.
Nowadays most landlords create Assured or Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreements. However, if the rent is above £25,000 per annum when annualised, meaning £2,083.33 or more per month for a shorter periods, the letting cannot be an Assured or an Assured Shorthold. We have created a tenancy agreement for High Rent situations, frequently called a Common Law Tenancy Agreement.
Our Buy to Let Agreement is a variation of the Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement, which contains certain notices frequently requested by Banks and Building Societies for buy-to-let mortgage purposes.
Our Student Letting Agreement is a variation of the Assured Shorthold Tenany Agreement, but are specifically designed for Students and their unique renting circumstances.
House and Flat Share Agreements are ideal for persons who wish to rent a room in their property, to what is frequently termed a lodger. They can also be used for a non-resident landlord, where multiple sharers are using a property together but are all on individual agreements.
Holiday letting agreements are a simple agreement, which is used to let holiday accomodation. It can be used for very short periods of time, a matter of days or a few months.
A comprehensive check of your existing tenancy agreements. We will provide advice and recommendations to help avoid common pitfalls.