Help and Advice for Tenants

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Top Tips for Renters

Renting can often feel overwhelming, confusing and even a tad scary at times. Our guide provides a checklist of what to look out for and detailed information on each stage of the rental process. Read more...

Getting your Deposit Back

Getting your Deposit Back

Have you considered what you need to do in order to get your deposit back for your current pad?  Read more...

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What to Do at the End of Your Tenancy

Moving out of a rented home is never a simple process, and if you’re coming to the end of your tenancy, this guide will help you understand what you need to do next. Read more...

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Renting Jargon Explained

If you’re thinking about renting, you could be forgiven for finding the process a little overwhelming; lengthy contracts, difficult to read paperwork, not to mention the confusing language – what does it all mean? More info...

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Is Your Letting Agent Regulated?

The UK's Private Rented Sector can be a confusing place. With housing under the remit of the devolved governments, it means that the rules can vary quite dramatically across the different countries. More info...

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Right to Rent - What Does It Mean for a Tenant?

We outline everything you need to know about how Right to Rent checks are undertaken and what they mean to you as a tenant.  More info...

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7 things you need to do for a harmonious house share

As the cost of getting on the housing ladder continues to soar a house-share is becoming popular for all ages, particularly those in larger cities where the cost of living is typically higher.  More info...

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Make Your Rented House Feel Like Home

Don’t let renting a house stand in the way of your design aspirations. With a pinch of imagination, you can transform your rented home.  More info...

Student guide to renting

Student Guide to Renting

Rogue agents can cause students stress and loss of money. Our guide informs students how they can ensure their tenancy runs smoothly.  More info...

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A Guide to Co-Living

For many young professionals, moving to a new city and finding somewhere to live can be tricky. Renting with others could mean being tied into a long tenancy with people you might not get along with, and living alone can be expensive and lonely, so what other options are there? More info...

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More Than Half of Brits Face Issues with Rogue Property Agents

More than half of those who bought, sold or rented a home in the last five years had issues with their estate or letting agent. However, the majority didn’t check if their agent was regulated or part of a professional body before signing the contract.  More info...

Boost Your Credit Score

Boost Your Credit Score

Through frequent rent payments with The Rental Exchange you will be able to improve your credit score and suitability as a homeowner or just a future tenant.  More info...

How we Protect you

How We Protect You

You need an agent that you can trust and rely on when issues arise. The quality of the agent makes a real difference.  More info...

Moving Home

Moving Home

Moving house can be one of the most stressful things you will ever have to do, read our advice to make it a little easier.  More info...

Avoid Rental Fraud

Avoid Rental Fraud

Don't be tricked into paying an upfront fee to rent a property which in reality does not exist.  More info...

WHERE ARE YOU RENTING?

Use the links below for more information on renting in a particular country.

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Principled, Professional, Propertymark Protected

If you're searching for a property to rent, you need an agent that you can trust and rely on. The quality of the agent makes a real difference. Find a Propertymark Protected letting agent in your area.

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RENTING IN LONDON?

The Mayor of London is working with most of the London Boroughs to create a database of Landlords and Agents that have been caught breaking the rules. 

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