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Looking for a property to rent in Aylesbury

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  • Looking for a property to rent in Aylesbury

    Hi all.

    Me and my wife currently live in Essex. We are looking to move to the Aylesbury area so we can be closer to family that live there.

    Problem is. We have cats so not everyone will let us rent. Second problem is we have a bad credit history due to me being made redunant back in 2007. So it goes against us.

    We currently private rent at the min a 1 bed house. But we need a 2 or 3 bed due to a little one on the way. We can provide landlord statement and details to show we always pay on time every month.

    If anyone can help us please get in touch.

    Many Thanks

  • #2
    Re: Looking for a property to rent in Aylesbury

    Sometimes, you can find good properties with your desired requirements online. Try your luck with these two directories.

    Aylesbury property to rent | Houses, flats & homes for rent
    Property to rent in Aylesbury - Houses & Flats to rent in Aylesbury

    I hope you can find what you are looking for. You can specify in your search how many bed rooms you need and your other requirements.
    Landlord Property Software


    • #3
      Re: Looking for a property to rent in Aylesbury

      Check out with the local estate agents. That’s the only thing that seems to be helpful. Hope you find a good property soon.
      Guaranteed Rent Scheme |Estate agents Canary Wharf


      • #4
        Re: Looking for a property to rent in Aylesbury

        Many landlords will consider pets, they will normally just increase the deposit to cover additional damage that could possibly be caused. As long as you are above board when asking to view properties, there shouldn't be a problem.