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Wil Raybould
Wil Raybould
2024-02-21
Fantastic service all round, really friendly service and a huge thank you to Lisa who was brilliant every step of the way. Regular updates and super swift and professional service. Highly recommend to anyone looking to move to the Bath area.
Anna Geehreng
Anna Geehreng
2024-02-15
I would highly recommend Reside Bath! I felt so supported by the team throughout letting and moving in--especially as we started the process while I was abroad. Chris was my Lettings Negotiator, and he was incredibly friendly, really going out of his way to make sure I felt confident in the steps and informed throughout the process. I'm very pleased with my place now that I'm settled in, and the team has continued to be so responsive and efficient in addressing queries since!
Conor Purcell
Conor Purcell
2024-02-01
I spent 6 and a half years renting a property through Reside and they were superb. Any issues were always sorted out fast and the property was lovely. Would highly recommend!
Chris Khoory
Chris Khoory
2024-01-19
Rented a flat in Bath for 18 months. Quick to reply to any queries and all round fantastic service. Online system made moving in and out very simple.
Julian Benson
Julian Benson
2024-01-19
We have used about three letting Agents over the last 40 or so years. Usually they were mediocre to poor. Then we were recommended to try Reside. We honestly have never looked back since. We are getting on a bit and the worry was awful. Now we almost forget we have the property because any problems that occur, which of course happens fairly regularly, they just get on with it. We feel we are in very safe hands and we honestly cannot praise them enough.
C Davies
C Davies
2024-01-10
A thoroughly professional, friendly and efficient outfit. We moved our properties to Reside from another Bath letting agent nearly 10 years ago, and have been 100% satisfied since. The team works really well together to find the right tenant, and ensure everything runs smoothly thereafter, both for the tenant and landlord. I highly recommend Reside, and look forward to using them for many years to come.
Raphael Lawrence-Toner
Raphael Lawrence-Toner
2023-12-07
Big thanks to Lisa at Reside for her above and beyond support throughout the move-in process! Unwaveringly patient and friendly. Paperwork was processed and finalised swiftly, and every one of our queries was responded to promptly. Could not recommend more highly.
Gasser Elkady
Gasser Elkady
2023-12-05
Top And Respective
William Cohen
William Cohen
2023-11-23
An absolutely flawless experience from Lisa and her colleagues at Reside - reassuringly efficient, refreshingly courteous and bend over backwards helpful. An effortless pleasure from start to finish. Thank you.
Connie Baques
Connie Baques
2023-11-03
I highly recommend Reside Bath as a letting agent. Lisa went the extra mile to help us find suitable accommodation even before we got back to the UK, and throughout our 2-year tenancy Toby and Ben were always ready and willing to support us by offering timely responses in a friendly way. Stephanie Bell handled our exit process efficiently and communicated with us clearly during the process. Can think of better customer service than that!
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Report maintenance anytime, from anywhere. Tenants in our managed properties can use the below form to report maintenance related issues.

Tenants are responsible for paying the utility bills, unless the Tenancy Agreement states otherwise. Some Landlords might choose to include the water rates or broadband costs within the rent, for example, however this is uncommon.

The vast majority of letting agents will take a ‘holding deposit’ from a Tenant, in order to secure the property and remove it from the market. This can be a maximum of 1 weeks rent and is deducted from the balance of the monies you owe when you move into the property. You will need to pay the first months rent and the deposit, which can be a maximum of 5 weeks rent, on of before the Tenancy start date.

Yes, by law, your landlord must protect your deposit in a government-approved tenancy deposit scheme (TDS) within 30 days of receiving the monies. You will receive information about the scheme with which your deposit has been protected, and how to retrieve your deposit at the end of the tenancy.

You will need to seek permission from your landlord before making any alterations to the property, including painting or putting up shelves, for example. Some landlords may allow minor changes, but it’s essential to get written consent.

Landlords are typically responsible for most repairs, including structural repairs, plumbing, and electrical issues. Tenants are usually responsible for minor maintenance, such as changing light bulbs and keeping the property clean. Check your tenancy agreement for specific details.

You are entitled to quiet enjoyment of the property and as such, your Landlord or Agent cannot visit too often. Inspections can be carried out as frequently as every 3 months, however they are typically carried out every 6 months.

This depends on the landlord’s policy. Some landlords allow pets with prior permission, while others do not. Always check your tenancy agreement and discuss it with your landlord before bringing a pet into the property.

If you need to leave before your tenancy agreement ends, you should discuss it with your landlord or agent. You may need to find a replacement tenant or pay a fee to cover the landlord’s costs.

To get your deposit back, ensure the property is clean and in the same condition as when you moved in, allowing for fair wear and tear. Take photos and request an inspection with your landlord or agent. If there are no disputes, your deposit should be returned within 10 days after the tenancy ends.

Landlords must give at least 24 hours’ notice before entering the property for non-emergency reasons, such as inspections or repairs. They should also visit at a reasonable time. In emergencies, such as a burst pipe, landlords or trades can enter without notice.

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