Introducing Brae Street
Room Types in Brae Street
- Study desk and chair
- Private Room
|Move - In
|£585 / month
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What to expect at Brae Street
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Brae Street FAQs
Yes, you will need a guarantor. A guarantor is someone who agrees to pay your rent. For example, a parent or close relative. If you don't pay your landlord what you owe them, they can demand your guarantor to pay on your behalf. Please read your tenancy agreement or your separate guarantor agreements, which sets out the guarantor's legal obligations.
Typically, a deposit is one month’s rent. Or, 3-5 weeks.
Landlords should be able to provide a rough idea of how much bills will be for the property. All-inclusive bills for properties is usually easier but more expensive than sorting them out yourself as there is a mark up or you pay a management fee.
Yes, a licence is required to watch any programmes (even if you’re not watching on a TV).
For Brae Street, a local guarantor is required.
Brae Street has no payment plans and needs to be paid the full amount
No, Brae Street does not have 'No Visa No Pay' policy.
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