Once you are out of your initial 6 month contract all you need to do is give us 1 calendar months notice. We will advertise your room and give you a minimum of 24 hours notice that someone is coming to view your room.
We normally ask for a minimum of 6 months, which then rolls month by month after your initial fixed term. If you have a short contract term at work we can arrange for a shorter contract length to suit your individual needs.
All of them! That's gas, electricity, water, council tax, broadband and TV licence. We even throw in a fortnightly cleaner of communal areas free of charge and on occasion the gardener may pay a visit. The gas and electricity are included up to a combined cost of £200 per calendar month for the whole household. There is no reason you should go over this even in the deepest darkest winters, but if you did it would be calculated monthly and split evenly between the people living there.
Contact us on 07887 910753 to arrange a viewing. A phone call or text is fine. Please be aware we must give our current tenants 24 hours notice, so don't expect a viewing the same day that you ring up.
Of course. But no more than 2 nights per week unless previously agreed with Allis Homes. And it's always polite to mention it to your other house-mates - how would you feel bumping into a stranger in the middle of the night.
You will have one double (or single) bed frame and mattress, a mattress protector, a chest of drawers, a wardrobe (or tallboy) and a bedside table. Some rooms also have a desk and chair. All rooms have curtains and a lock.
All properties have one washing machine, if there are 4 tenants you will have at least one tall fridge freezer (often another fridge), if there are 5 tenants you will have two tall fridge freezers to allow for a shelf each. Some properties also have the luxury of a dishwasher and tumble drier, but not all. Check the advert for more detail, and these items will be pointed out on the viewing.
In this situation we try to help as much as possible. We will advertise the room for the day after you vacate and try to get someone to take over from you as soon as possible. You will of course be liable for rent until the day that someone takes over, or the end date of your contract, whichever is soonest.
We do. But we depend on your cooperation on this. Please tell us as soon as you think there is an issues with anything in the house, no matter how big or small and we will organise the repairs. If it is a structural problem or general wear and tear the landlord will pay for it, but if someone has broken something, by accident or not, they will have to pay for it. We are always very fair and will listen to everyone's explanation first.