Find your ideal rental property...

With thousands of properties for rent across the UK, and a global reputation for providing excellent customer service, it is no surprise that we are the first port of call for many local, national and international tenants.

We guarantee to treat all of our tenants fairly by providing a transparent, efficient and professional service during the search process and throughout the tenancy.

What’s more, we place great importance on building a lasting relationship with you, and work hard to understand your future needs. So when the time comes to take the next step of your property journey – be this renting again or buying – we’ll be ready to help.

If you have already worked out your budget, and know exactly which type of property you are looking for, then use the search bar above to browse the properties for rent in your area. If you would like more guidance on the renting process, follow our step by step guide below.

Please visit the agent homepage of the office in your area to see the full breakdown of our letting agent fees.

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Why Choose Us?

Here are some of the many reasons to rent with Century 21 UK...

Excellent customer service

We ensure that all of your queries are handled quickly and professionally, and work hard to resolve any issues you have during your tenancy.

Transparent about fees

Our tenant and landlord fees are displayed on each of our agent homepages. These fees may vary between our offices, so please read carefully.

We protect tenants

We ensure you are treated fairly at the end of your tenancy, and are required to register your deposit with an approved deposit protection scheme.

If you’re looking to rent a new home, register your interest today by calling 0115 9021 002.

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Step By Step Guide

Follow our step by step guide below, or give us a call if you have any questions about the renting process...

  • Set your budget

    Before starting your property search, you will need to set your budget and consider your priorities – location, number of bedrooms etc. Then, search for your ideal property by browsing our available properties online or contacting your local agent.

  • Book a viewing

    Once you have found a property that interests you, contact the office that is marketing that property to arrange a viewing. Let our staff know exactly what you are looking for and they will be able to assist you in finding your perfect property.

  • Make a decision

    If you would like to rent a property that you have viewed, you should notify the agent as quickly as possible. Please also make sure you have considered how much the deposit is and have viewed the tenant fees that are published on the agent’s homepage.

  • Complete paperwork

    Before you are able to reserve your desired property, you will usually need to pay an application or administration fee and must undertake reference and credit checks. We will then inform you whether your application has been successful.

  • Sign the tenancy agreement

    After passing the reference checks, you will need to sign a tenancy agreement detailing the legal and contractual obligations that both you and the landlord must adhere to. A security deposit and first rent payment will then be taken, and your deposit will be registered with a government approved deposit scheme.

  • Move in

    Before moving in, we recommend that you take out contents insurance to cover your own possessions. An inventory describing the present condition of the property will also have been prepared. This document will be used at the end of the tenancy to fairly assess whether any deposit deductions are required.

  • During the tenancy

    During the tenancy, you will be expected to make rent payments on time and pay the council tax and utility bills. You will also be expected to carry out basic maintenance, dispose of rubbish and advise of any repair work that is required. As your letting agent, we will be available to deal with any queries that arise during your tenancy.

  • Ending the tenancy

    We will write to you a couple of months prior to the end of your tenancy to ask whether you would like to extend the tenancy or move out. Once this is known, we will then start then take the appropriate action.

  • Moving out

    Before moving out you must pay all of the rent due, hand back all keys, remove your possessions, dispose of rubbish, replace broken light bulbs, redirect your mail, cancel your standing order and ensure that the property is left in a clean state.

  • Deposit refund

    We will undertake a final inventory/inspection at the end of your tenancy, to check the property for any damage etc. You are expected to leave the property in the same condition as you found it – allowing for fair wear and tear. If this is the case, your deposit will be returned to you in full.