Goodwin Lane, Newark
£1400 Available MID JUNE 2022

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Looking for a property to Rent?

Please fill in the Registration Form and we will notify you when a suitable property becomes available. Alternatively search for a property or see our properties on Rightmove


Viewing a Property

Once you have a shortlist we recommend you drive by and familiarise yourself with the area. If you would like to view any property, please call or email us to arrange. If you are not familiar with the local area, we would be happy to assist you.


Applying for a Property

All applications are dealt with on a first come first served basis and therefore we recommend you contact us as soon as possible if you wish to apply for a property.

In the first instance you need to complete an Application Form a copy of which will be sent to the Landlord for approval.

If this is acceptable you will be required to pay a Holding Deposit to validate your application. Once we have received your Holding Deposit the property will be reserved for you and you will need to make an appointment to visit our office with various documentation such as proof of ID, income and address etc.

The entire application process usually takes approximately 7-10 days but is dependent on the speed of third parties providing us with references.

You are at risk of losing your Holding Deposit under the following circumstances:

  • If you change your mind and withdraw your application
  • If you or anyone in connection with your application fail the Right To Rent checks
  • If you or anyone in connection to your application (including joint applicants or a guarantor) provides any false or misleading information or statements.
  • If after 14 days from the date of paying a Holding Deposit we have not entered into a Tenancy Agreement as a result of:
    • You failing to provide any information (whether formally requested or not) that is pertinent to your application.
    • You failing to take all reasonable steps to enter into a Tenancy Agreement. 


The Tenancy Agreement

If you would like to view the terms and conditions set out in our standard tenancy agreement please download a copy by clicking here.



If you would like to bring your beloved pet(s) into your property either from the start of the tenancy or during, you must ask permission first. The Landlord may refuse your request because the property may be unsuitable. If the request is refused you will be given a written reason for the refusal. If however permission is given you will be required to sign a pet agreement, an example of which can be seen here. If you are given permission for a cat or dog there will be an increase in the current or advertised rent of £20pcm; other pets are discretionary please ask us if you are unsure.


Bad Credit Rating/Low Income?

Simply the best policy is be honest with us! Subject to the landlord agreeing if you have a friend or relative is willing to stand as guarantor this is not usually a problem. We will have to carry out a credit check on your guarantor who will need to complete a Guarantor Form.


Data Protection

You can be rest assured that your personal data is in safe hands we are fully regulated by the Data Protection Act and registered with the Information Commissioners Office and fully compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation. Click to see our Privacy Policy



Compulsory Fees (relating to all Tenancy Agreements)

Amendment of Tenancy Agreement
If you ask us to amend your Tenancy and we have to re-negotiate your contract, amend the term and/or update your tenancy agreement during your tenancy we will charge you £50.00 inc VAT

Replacement Keys
You will have to pay the costs for replacing locks or other security devices if you lose a key for the property. This may include the costs paid to a third-party such as a locksmith. In exceptional circumstances we may charge you an additional fee of £15.00 per hour (including VAT), such as out of hours.

Ending Your Tenancy Early
If we agree to you leaving the property before your agreement has ended, you must pay a fee equivalent to the 'New Tenant Fee' usually charged to the Landlord, details of which can be found on the Landlord Fee Schedule on the Landlords Page of this website and also displayed in our office. In addition, you must pay all rent due under your current agreement until a replacement tenancy begins. The maximum you will be charged is the full amount of the rent owing under your current agreement until the end of any fixed term.

Overdue Rent
If you owe rent for more than 14 days, you will have to pay interest on this amount from the day that it was first due. The interest rate is 3% above the Bank of England base rate. 

Any fees that remain unpaid will be deducted from your security deposit at the end of the tenancy.





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Northgate Business Centre
38 Northgate
Newark NG24 1EZ
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