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Homes4Let occupies a unique place in the local letting market
We encourage sustainable long lets and do not charge admin fees on renewal


Fees Typical High Street Agent H4L
Inventory £50 £0
New Tenancy £75 £0
Repairs 10% 0%

Typical High Street Agency

Example rent £675 per month

Commission fee 6% = £40.50 per month

Total charge to landlord over six months for new tenants for all commission and set up costs would be £368.00

Homes4Let

Example rent £675 per month

Commission fee 8% = £54 per month

Total charge to landlord over six months for new tenants for all commission and set up costs would be £324.00

Also, we do not charge for:

  • Copy Documents (typically £50)
  • Section 21 notices (typically £95)
  • Registering Deposits with the Deposit Protection Service (Typically £50)
  • Void Project Management (typically 10%)
  • Tenancy Renewals/rent increase (typically £75)

Landlord Testimonials

“Homes4Let rent three properties for me.  I have used another agency in the past but the service did not compare.  The Homes4Let team are honest, straightforward and very easy to deal with on a personal basis.  They also have contractors on call who can be relied upon to react quickly to any problems at the properties.  I have recommended them to other landlords without reservation. “
Mrs JD

"To say I'm happy with Homes4Let would be an understatement. Their service and attention to detail is beyond exceptional. Being a landlord can seem like a headache sometimes and Dominic, Tim and the homes4let team take that away almost completely. They cut down what would be a strenuous process of looking for tenants, inspecting the properties, arranging cost effective repairs and more into just a few simple emails and phone calls. Their service like I said, is exceptional"
George Brown

Our Tenants

Homes4Let exists to provide stable homes to local people who have found themselves in urgent need of accommodation. The majority of the people we help are families who, through a set of circumstances, have found themselves either threatened with homelessness or are living in a council run hostel or Bed & Breakfast.

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