Renting a property is usually most people’s first steps to independence, without spending a huge sum of money on buying a property.
It is also a great way to become familiar with an area which you may decide to buy later on.
At Nina Letting Agents, we have a variety of properties available to rent across Barry and surrounding areas. From water view apartments, to family houses we have something for everyone.
Why choose Nina Letting Agents?
28+ years of experience
Local and family run
We will help you move
Your deposit protected
Our Letting Process
Letting can be a confusing process, so here is a quick guide to the process with Nina Letting Agents.
Visit our Properties to let page to start your search today.
Once you have found a property you like, we will need to carry out a number of checks on behalf of the landlord. This includes job references and credit checks. There is a small fee to carry out these checks. Please see below details of our fees:
Before Moving In
The fee that is paid to reserve the property, processing the application and associated paperwork.
An external referencing agency are used to undertake the following:
Identity, immigration and Visa checks.
A financial assessment and credit check; and any other relevant information to assess affordability.
Current/ Previous Employer.
Landlord Reference (where applicable).
Includes the provision and execution of all legal documentation ie. Tenancy Agreement etc. Ensuring that the property is ready for your occupation and producing an inventory that protects both tenant and landlord interests. Collection and processing of your rental payment and bond deposit. Registration of bond deposit within TDS if property is managed by agent.
One Person £200 inclusive VAT
Two Person(s) £250 inclusive VAT
In the event of your personal application returning as requiring a Guarantor, this fee will become applicable. Guarantors will be required to be referenced in the same way as Tenants.
£50 inclusive VAT
One Calendar Month’s Rent + £100
Prior to moving in you will be required to pay a deposit. This will be one calendar month’s rent plus
£100. In the event of your Landlord agreeing to a pet living at the property your deposit will be one
Calendar month’s rent plus £200 (Subject to change, varying from Landlord instruction). Additional deposit is to cover potential damages that the pet may cause to the property, gardens or grounds. This forms part of your registered deposit.
During your Tenancy
In the event that changes need to be made to your rental contract, amending terms and updating your tenancy agreement during your tenancy.
£50 inclusive VAT
In the event that you wish to sign a new fixed term contract following a previous fixed term ending. All contracts will automatically enter into a periodic contract if a new fixed term is not agreed.
£100.00 inclusive VAT
Early Reletting Fee
In the event that you wish to leave your contract early; and whereby all parties agree an early release from the contract.
All appointments are arranged in advance during the tenancy. If the agent visits the property for pre-arranged appointment that has been confirmed with the tenant, and the tenant is not present; a fee will apply.
£20.00 (per visit) inclusive VAT
Have you considered?
Taking the weight out of moving
Take the hassle out of having the contents of your property removed.
Packing and removing furniture and belongings can be extremely time consuming and sometimes stressful.
Theres 2 ways we can help:
Tenancy Deposit Scheme
Protecting you and your deposit
When you rent a property, it is imperative that you make sure your deposit is protected. At Nina Letting Agents we register all of our tenancies with the Tenancy Dispute Service.
We make sure both yourself and the tenant receive a copy of their certificate confirming the deposit has been registered so that you can be rest assured your deposit is in safe hands until the end of the tenancy.
We also confirm all the details of where the deposit is registered in the Tenancy Agreement – all parties can then be sure of where the deposit is and who to contact should be a problem arise.