Leaving a rented property: how to ensure you get your full deposit back

Most of the times we heard horrible stories from our friends and family about estate agents and Landlords hold their deposit with so called fake excuses after they leave the property but that’s not the case always there are few tips you can follow to reduce the chances of losing Deposit.

First of All when you move into property check all the furniture items and if there is already few damages into the house or flat and make sure they all are written on Inventory list before you sign that.

Secondly if you are going to renting through letting agency must check if they are registered with Organisation such as the National Approved Lettings Scheme and the Association of Residential Letting Agents

Before you sign a contract with the joy of moving into new house don’t forgot to read about getting your deposit back to avoid a nasty surprise when you leaving the property. If you are an assured shorthold tenant make sure your deposit is protected by government-backed Scheme.

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Third and lastly when you move out take pictures of  the property.

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