Our properties are located within the popular and sought after location of Penarth Haven.
There is the convenience of local shopping within Penarth town as well as public transport, leisure facilities and other amenities within walking distance.
All tenancies are covered by a full management service to take care of any maintenance related issues.
THE PROCESS BEGINS. . with a convenient viewing and application form. Should you wish to pursue a tenancy a holding deposit of £100.00 is payable to be offset with the first months' rental. Subject to successful reference checks, a suitable date will be confirmed for your move in.
We will meet you at the property to assist in matters and check you in.
Prior to move in, you will be required to pay one months' rental in advance plus a dilapidations bond of the same amount (monthly rent) plus £150.00. This bond is held by The Deposit Protection Service for the length of your stay.
Any subsequent tenancy renewal is subject to landlord approval.
We assure you of a convenient and swift service which aims to make the rental of your new home as pain - free as possible.
Possible costs during your tenancy include: replacement of lost keys and or locks, missed appointments, late payments of rent, damage to property.
Please contact us for information regarding property availability and arrange a viewing. We can schedule visits up to 8.30p.m. during the working week and convenient times over the weekend.
In the event that you are dissatisfied with the service provided by Havenlet, we can assure you of our best intention to remedy the situation as soon as it is possible to do so. In the first instance the issue should be brought to the attention of Havenlet in writing, setting out the nature of the complaint.
This should be sent by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon our receipt of your complaint, we will confirm and inform your landlord of the issue(s) raised. We will contact you within 48 hours to discuss the problem you have experienced; with a view to meet at the rental property (if necessary).
It will be our aim to remedy the situation forthwith if possible. Should you remain dissatisfied with the outcome, you may wish to refer your complaint for arbitration by a third party. This is your right and we will provide contact details of The property Redress Scheme to which we are members.