All of our offices are independently owned and operated, and so fees vary depending on location. For a full breakdown of fees, please find the appropriate link on the office webpage.
Conveyancing referral fee: From £100 dependent on house value
Mortgage referral fee: From £250 dependent on mortgage loan value
Zero Deposit referral fee: £50
Landlord Insurance referral fee: From £20
Referral fees can vary dependent on full service taken by the client as well as house and mortgage value. Our referral partners are referenced and reviewed to ensure they offer the highest possible level of service to support our customers.
Landlord Fees and Charges
Century 21 UK offices charge landlord fees depending on the level of service you require, and the location of the branch managing your property. For more information please check office webpage of the office managing your property.
Tenant Fees and Charges
From 1st June 2019 a ban on tenant fees other than the holding fee/deposit, deposit, and initial rent will come into effect for all new tenants. Existing tenants may still be charged a check out fee and fees outlined in your tenancy agreement until July 2020.
The fees and charges outlined below will all be permissible under the new regulation, and will be reclassed as permitted fees come 1st June 2019.
Please check the webpage of the office for a full break down of possible fees, and if you have a tenancy agreement please check which fees you’re expected to pay.
For tenancies where annual rent is below £50,000, deposits are limited to a maximum of 5 weeks rent. If the annual rent is £50,000 or more, the deposit is limited to the equivalent 6 weeks of rent.
A fee (maximum 1 week rent) charged to take reserve the property and take it off the market while your application goes through. This deposit may be non-refundable if the prospective tenant does not go ahead with the tenancy, and fails their referencing subject to information provided.
It can become part of the initial rent or deposit if the you go ahead with the tenancy. Please check with your office/agent before entering into agreement to see if this is the case.
Missed Rent/Breach of Tenancy Charge
Fees may be enacted if the tenant misses a payment of rent within the time period specified in the tenancy agreement. If the terms of the tenancy agreement are breached there may also be further charges.
If the tenancy has to be varied mid-term at the request of the tenant, there may be a fee. After 1st June 2019 this fee must not exceed £50.