The safety of our customers and staff is our number one priority and so we have taken the difficult decision to close our network of Foxtons branches. We are very much open for business and our remote team is working hard to make sure that all of our customers receive a high level of service either over the phone, by email or via our My Foxtons online platform.
Whether you are looking for some advice or partway through a move, we remain here to support in any way we can.
Please see our current guidelines if you need to contact a specific team here at Foxtons.
For a long let you will be asked for a previous landlord, bank, employee and/or character references to demonstrate proof of income and suitability. You will also need to provide proof of ID, proof of address and proof of a 'Right to Rent' in England through a passport or combination of passport and valid visa.
For a short let you will be required to produce proof of address and either your passport, national ID card or driving licence and an employment or character reference detailing why a short let is required.
For a short let tenancy where a company is the tenant you will be required to produce proof of ID for those staying at the property and a letter from the company confirming the full names of all proposed occupants.
You as the tenant are responsible for setting up accounts with the utility companies directly when you move into your property and also when you leave, taking care to provide meter readings at the beginning and end of the tenancy.
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The best way to work out the monthly rental payment for a property is to multiply the weekly rent by 52 and divide the total by 12.
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For long lets you will be asked to set up a monthly standing order with your bank.
For short lets you will need to pay the rent in full prior to the commencement of your tenancy. We accept bank transfers, bankers' drafts, cash, direct debits, American Express and credit cards.
Generally rent is paid by a standing order mandate and will leave your account 3 days prior to the rental due date in order to be in the recipients account on the due date (The due date is typically, although not always, the date on which you moved in).
Any problems with rental payments, that may result in late payment, should be conveyed to Foxtons Property Management. Arrears letters will be issued if rent remains outstanding beyond 3 days after it was due. A default fee of interest on late rent is payable at 3% above Bank of England base rate applicable if rent is more than 14 days overdue.
Report and track any problems relating to your tenancy, or see an organised list of your contacts for each tenancy within your My Foxons account.
Notice would need to be served in accordance with your particular lease agreement by recorded delivery to Foxtons Headquarters or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The agreement should always be referenced.
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The primary liability is for rent until the end of the contract or its break clause point.
If the landlord agrees to re-market the property and once a new tenant is found, then your liability will be reduced to covering the landlord's commission and any other expenses from when the property is re-let. Payments would be calculated on a pro-rata basis for the unexpired term of the contract.
You should inform us two months prior to the end of your tenancy to allow enough time to arrange all the related administration. Contact email@example.com for more information.
To make moving out of your property as simple as possible, please log onto My Foxtons which will guide you through the entire move out process including;
You are required to return the property in the same condition as at the start of the tenancy, so if you would like to book a clean to help achieve this please go to My Foxtons. If you can’t remember the condition at the start of your tenancy then please check the documents section on My Foxtons where the check-in report will be stored if this was arranged through Foxtons.(view Foxtons cleaning specification)
Yes, please go to My Foxtons where you can book and pay for your end of tenancy clean
You don’t need to be present, however best practice is to be present if you can. Please check My Foxtons for the latest information on the check-out arrangements
Please return your keys to your local Foxtons office on the last day of your tenancy. If you are going to be present at the check-out inspection please hand them to the check-out clerk who will return them to Foxtons.
Please contact your bank to cancel your standing order once your last instalment of rent has been paid in full. Foxtons are unable to cancel a standing order instruction so you must do this directly with your bank
Please contact your utility providers as part of the moving out process. Don’t forget to take meter readings on the last day of your tenancy
Please give your Landlord’s name as shown on your tenancy agreement which you can find on My Foxtons
No. Please leave the property as noted in the inventory check in. If you leave unwanted personal items in the property you may be charged for the cost of removal
Please make arrangements before you vacate the property to redirect your post as this arrangement can take a few days to activate (link to royal mail redirection service)
Please contact your Landlord or Property Manager for a reference. You can communicate with your Landlord or Property Manager via the Issue Tracker on My Foxtons
Please contact your Landlord or Property Manager as soon as possible. You can communicate with your Landlord or Property Manager via the Issue Tracker on My Foxtons
Please check the latest deposit certificate which you can find in documents on My Foxtons which will confirm the amount of the deposit
If your tenancy falls under the deposit protection rules you can find the latest deposit certificate in documents on My Foxtons which will also confirm the amount of the deposit
Your landlord has up to 10 days from your vacate date to propose deductions from your deposit. Once agreed your deposit will be sent back to you by bank transfer and this can take up to 3-5 working days to clear into your account. If there is a disagreement then that portion of the deposit will be retained pending a resolution
The deposit will be returned to the lead tenant via bank transfer
The deposit will be returned to the lead tenant. If you are unsure who that person is you can easily check on My Foxtons, and change the lead tenant if necessary
Please go to My Foxtons for guidance on the next steps, in the event you and your landlord cannot reach a compromise on proposed deductions
If a check-out report was booked through Foxtons you will find a copy at My Foxtons in your documents folder. It can take up to 3 days after the move out date for the report to be received from the check-out clerk