Property to Let in Ystradgynlais & SA9

Ystradgynlais has seen a surge in demand for rental properties in recent years, thanks to its convenient location, natural beauty, and welcoming community. The town is well-connected to major cities like Swansea and Cardiff via excellent transport links, making it an ideal base for commuters.

The rental market in Ystradgynlais and the surrounding SA9 area is competitive, so it’s important to act fast if you find a property that you like. However, with the help of a reputable estate agent, you can navigate the market with ease and find a place to rent in no time.

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Renting a property with Roberts Homes

Once you’ve had a viewing at a property that you love, we’ll arrange a convenient time for you to visit the office and submit your application. You’ll need to bring along some important documents, including three months of bank statements, identification, and details of your employer and previous landlord (if applicable).

To ensure that you can comfortably afford the monthly rent payments, we’ll conduct a credit check – rest assured that this won’t affect your credit score. Additionally, we’ll contact your employer and previous landlord to gather references. As is standard practice, you’ll be required to pay a deposit or bond equal to one month’s rent and the first month’s rent in advance. In some cases, a guarantor may also be necessary.

If your application is successful, we’ll invite you to attend a check-in appointment, where you’ll sign the contract, pay your bond and first month’s rent, and collect your keys. We’ll ensure everything is in order before you move in so that you can enjoy your new home without any worries.

About Your Deposit

It’s important to note that your deposit or bond will be held in the Deposit Protection Service (DPS), which is a government-approved scheme designed to protect your money. This means that you can have peace of mind knowing that your deposit is in safe hands.

The DPS offers a free dispute resolution service in case there are any disagreements between you and your landlord about the return of your deposit at the end of your tenancy. The service is impartial, and its aim is to help both parties come to an agreement.

If you have any questions about the Deposit Protection Service, our friendly team will be more than happy to provide you with more information and answer any questions you may have.