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Right to Rent and Identification

It is a legal requirement for landlords and letting agents to undertake a Right to Rent check prior to letting. We are required to check your immigration status and that of anyone aged 18 or over who will be living with you.

For information on Right to Rent checks and documentation we require please read the government's guidance.

We must see you in person before allowing you to sign the tenancy agreement and complete the letting. If any person aged 18 years and over will live at the property, we will also need to undertake a Right to Rent Check for them, even if they are not named in the Tenancy Agreement. 

To comply with money laundering regulations, we are also required to obtain proof of your address. We will require you to also bring a utility bill or bank statement less than three months old. These must be original copies and supplied in person.

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