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For Tenants

Welcome to RPC. If you are looking for a property to let, we will do our best to find a house to match your needs. We have been in business since 2003 and have found homes for hundreds of tenants, including both private payers and tenants on benefits. The minimum stay is a 6 month tenancy, but at the end of the 6 months this automatically becomes a rolling tenancy and you can stay until you or the landlord give notice to quit. Some tenants have been in the same property for ten years and more.

Renting a property is a two way contract. Your landlord provides a property that will be your own home while you live there. You have to pay the rent, pay the rates and utility bills and be responsible for your bins, keep the back yard tidy and generally look after the property and keep it decent. You must not disturb the neighbours or cause a nuisance, and you must not break the law and you must not damage the property.

In return, the landlord is responsible for the gas safety certificate and basic structural repairs. If you have any repair issues while you are in the property, you must contact RPC who will report this to the landlord and arrange work needed through the landlord.

We do require references, an admin fee and checks on your previous residence. We cannot let any property until we have met you and you have viewed the house. Bonds and deposits are required on some properties, but we also let some properties to let without a deposit or rent in advance. You must have a good character reference to qualify for any property with RPC.

Integrity and Professionalism

Recently we received a copy of this email sent to the Burnley Council regarding our services.    "As you can imagine due to the nature of our work we receive a lot of complaints in relation to landlords about poor condition, poor management practices, unlawful evictions; and... Read testimonials
Integrity and Professionalism

Nice Professional People

Good morning Mujeeb   I hope you and your team are well.   Just a quick note to say thank you to you and your team for looking after my property and the rental aspect. Every time I had cause to contact the office I was met with good service, nice professional people and... Read testimonials
Nice Professional People

Landlord Licence application and RPC's help

Dear Mujeeb and all the team at RPC, Thank you for helping me with the Landlord License on-line application.  When I tried to do it myself I had nothing but problems with the forms, the website, and the information they required.  I did read them, but the instructions on the website... Read testimonials
Landlord Licence application and RPC's help

Proficiency & Professionalism

After struggling with a few unreliable letting agents over some years, we found Mujeeb Rehman & RPC Lettings over 10 years ago. We transferred our 3 properties to him and have never looked back. We had difficult properties and struggles along the way but were so well supported by Mujeeb and... Read testimonials
Proficiency & Professionalism

In Safe Hands

Since RPC Lettings took over as Lettings Agents for my properties I have found them to be completely professional.  The Inspections they carry out are thorough and if jobs need to be done they are carried out as quickly as possible after consultation with the Landlord. If you phone the... Read testimonials
In Safe Hands

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