Tenant Fees

Our standard tenancy fees and possible additional fees

Administration fee

This is a fixed cost fee that can cover a variety of works depending on the individual circumstances of each tenancy, including but not limited to conducting viewings, negotiating the tenancy, verifying references and drawing up contracts.

£156 per person

£264 for married couples

£420 for a group of 3 people

£540 for a group of 4 people or more

£540 for Company let

£60 for each guarantor

Other Fees

Letter sent by J W & SONS regarding late or non-payment of rent    £60 for each letter sent

Tenant reference request                                                                          £24

Tenancy renewal (long lets only)                                                               £60 per tenancy

End of tenancy inventory check-out organised by J W & SONS           £90*

Card payment charges

UK Consumer Debit Cards – 0.5%

International Debit – 1.8%

Consumer Credit Cards – 1.25%

Commercial Credit and Debit Cards – 1.8%

VPAY – 1.8%

Over the phone transactions – 0.85%

Unapproved transactions – 1.8%


*Where a landlord organises this inspection independently of J W & SONS, the charge may vary.

All fees unless otherwise stated are inclusive of VAT



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