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No one knows the Newhaven area quite like we do. As local experts, we are here to help you find the right rental property and to guide you through what seems any obstacles and queries that you might have.

When we have a clear picture of what kind of property you require, we will try and match you to the right property.

We are pleased to say that there are no additional charges you have to pay, just the deposit and rent. we provide written details of how we protect your deposit. We will also ensure you have a copy of the Energy Performance Certificate, Electrical Installation Certificate (EICR), Gas Safety Certificate (if appropriate) and a deposit protection Certificate as all are legal requirements.

As approved members of Safeagent, we ensure that when you rent a property, your tenancy is safeguarded. Download the leaflet to find out more.

Once an offer has been agreed, we will require the following information and references. These are likely to take up to two weeks to complete.

We are members of NAEA Propertymark which ensures maximum protection for clients; offering Client Money Protection, Professional Indemnity Insurance, membership of an independent redress scheme and being subject to Propertymark Conduct and Membership Rules and Disciplinary Procedures. You can download our Propertymark Protection Certificate and read more about our professional standards at Propertymark.

Properties to let

Rodmell Village

Price: £1450 PCM

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Riverside Court

Price: £1100 PCM

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Brighton Road

Price: £1000 PCM

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High Street, Newhaven

Price: £800 PCM

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From all applicants our reference company will ask for:

  • Two forms of identification, including photo ID
  • Reference from a previous landlord, or
  • If you have not rented previously or recently, we will usually ask you for a guarantor
  • A credit check
If you are working, we will ask for:
  • A reference from your employer
If you are in new employment, we may also ask for:
  • A guarantor or previous employment references
If you are self-employed, we will:
  • Ask to see your most recent business accounts or request an accountant’s reference
  • We may request a guarantor where there is no accounts history
If you are a student, we will need:
  • A letter from your college or University to confirm you are a student there
  • A guarantor who guarantees the rent will be paid

Again, this is only a general guide. Occasionally we vary these stipulations, either at our discretion or at the landlord’s request or applicant, to ensure that a proper and fair, check is made to verify the suitability of applicants for our landlord’s properties.

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