John Grants – RENTING


“Renting through the right agent is just as important as finding the right property”

Rent with Confidence

Find your next home with John Grants Independent Estate Agents. As a leading Independent Estate Agent we have a wide range of properties available to rent.

Renting Guide

Finding that suitable home can be stressful on its own. Once you have found a property then you need an Agency that you can trust to get you moved in. John Grants are a regulated agent which means that you know your move is in safe hands.

  • Register

    Registering your details with us allows for you to be kept up to date with our latest properties.

  • Viewings

    Ensure that you able to attend viewings otherwise you may miss out.

  • Offer and Holding Deposit

    John Grants will negotiate on your behalf with the landlord any offers and the terms of that offer that you make. Once agreed we will request a Holding Deposit from you to secure the property. The deposit will be held securely in a client Tenancy Deposit Protection Scheme. Learn more about our regulations and accreditations.
    John Grants (Estate Agents) Ltd. protects monies of clients through: NALS – CMP (Client Money Protection scheme?), we are also members of a redress scheme: The Property Ombudsman – TPO’ (Consumer Rights Act s83)

  • Subject to Contract

    Your offer and moving date will be subject to contract and satisfactory references.

  • References

    We will ask you to complete an application form and provide certain documentation. In addition we will normally use a third party referencing agent to carry checks, which may include a credit check. In the event that your references are not satisfactory we may ask you to provide a Guarantor who will need to be referenced and they will be financially and legally liable.

  • Agreement, Deposit & Inventory

    The tenancy agreement is a legally binding document and will set out the terms of your tenancy and any special agreements. You must ensure that you understand what you’re signing. Tenancy Deposit (Bond) will be registered with a Tenancy Deposit Scheme and you will be provided with information and contact details of the scheme. Inventory and Schedule of Condition Report will normally be prepared by an independent third party.

    This is for your protection as much as the landlords and will be used as a reference when your tenancy comes to end.

  • Balance Monies

    You must ensure that the full balance is paid in cleared funds as we are unable to release keys until you have done so.

  • Fees

    In accordance with new legislation, namely the Tenant Fees Act 2019 which comes into effect on the 1 June 2019 we are transparent about our fees if any.
    View Our Fee List.

  • Our Certificates

    Safeagent Client Money Protection Scheme – Accreditation No. A3674
    Tenancy Deposit Scheme – Membership No. G03684
    The Property Ombudsman – Membership No. N02670
    The National Approved Lettings Scheme – Membership No. A3674
    The NALS Client Money Protection Scheme – Membership No. A3674

  • All Done

    You are in your new home Congratulations. What happens next?

    Utilities and Council Tax: it is ultimately your responsibility to notify the suppliers and Council Tax, where you are responsible for these.

    Landlord Contact: Ordinarily our landlords will ask us to manage their property and deal with, on their behalf, any tenancy issues, rent payment and repairs. We will inform you of the landlord’s choice of letting scheme.


Register your details and keep up to date with our latest properties.

   267 Fore Street, Edmonton, London, N18 2TY

   020 8345 5533