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EPC for Chewton Road, Walthamstow, London, E17

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Spacious Two Bedroom Ex Warner Flat

First Floor

One Double Bedroom

One Single Bedroom

Spacious Separate Living Room

Fully Fitted Kitchen

Leasehold of 124 years from 14th February 2014

Gas Central Heating (untested)

Shared Garden

Close To Blackhorse Road Station

*Offers In Excess Of £425,000* Wonderlease are delighted to present to the market a fantastic two bedroom first floor Ex Warner flat in Walthamstow. Currently tenanted on an AST with current rent of £1400pcm. This first floor flat comprises of one double and one single bedroom, separate spacious living room, large kitchen with space for dining table, family bathroom, shared rear garden, gas central heating (untested) and double glazing throughout. The property is situated 0.4 miles away to Blackhorse Road Tube Station and is close to the local shops and amenities. Leasehold of 124 years from 14th February 2014. *Offered on chain free basis*

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IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM WONDERLEASE LTD

Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.

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Permitted payments

For properties in England, the Tenant Fees Act 2019 means that in addition to rent, lettings agents can only charge tenants (or anyone acting on the tenant's behalf) the following permitted payments:

For properties in Wales, the Renting Homes (Fees etc.) (Wales) Bill , once enacted, means that in addition to rent, lettings agents can only charge tenants (or anyone acting on the tenant's behalf) the following permitted payments:

Tenant protection
In addition to publishing relevant fees, lettings agents are also required to publish details of:

Permitted payments

 

For properties in England, the Tenant Fees Act 2019 means that in addition to rent, lettings agents can only charge tenants (or anyone acting on the tenant's behalf) the following permitted payments:

• Holding deposits (a maximum of 1 week's rent);
• Deposits (a maximum deposit of 5 weeks' rent for annual rent below £50,000, or 6 weeks' rent for annual rental of £50,000 and above);
• Payments to change a tenancy agreement eg. change of sharer (capped at £50 or, if lower, any reasonable costs);
• Payments associated with early termination of a tenancy (capped at the landlord's loss or the agent's reasonably incurred costs);
• Utilities, communication services (eg. telephone, broadband), TV licence and council tax;
• Interest payments for the late payment of rent (up to 3% above Bank of England's annual percentage rate);
• Reasonable costs for replacement of lost keys or other security devices;
• Contractual damages in the event of the tenant's default of a tenancy agreement; and
• Any other permitted payments under the Tenant Fees Act 2019.

 

For properties in Wales, the Renting Homes (Fees etc.) (Wales) Bill , once enacted, means that in addition to rent, lettings agents can only charge tenants (or anyone acting on the tenant's behalf) the following permitted payments:

• Holding deposits (a maximum of 1 week's rent);
• Deposits;
• Utilities, communication services (eg. telephone, broadband), TV licence and council tax;
• Payments for the late payment of rent;
• A breach of a term of the contract;
• Any other permitted payments under the Renting Homes (Fees etc.) (Wales) Bill and regulations once enacted.

 

Tenant protection

In addition to publishing relevant fees, lettings agents are also required to publish details of:

• the redress scheme they are a member of; and
• the name of the approved or designated Client Money Protection scheme they are a member of (if any).