Market Place

Greater Manchester, BL9 0LD

£750 pcm

Under Offer Apartment
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£750 pcm

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Market Place

Greater Manchester, BL9 0LD

2 Bed Apartment Under Offer

Property Features


About this property


Situated in the heart of Bury Town Centre, with an array of amenities on the doorstep including shops, restaurants, bars and the Metrolink into Manchester. For those who wish to commute there is access to the motorway network within a short drive.

The property is on the first floor and internally consists of; Entrance hall, two double bedrooms, open plan living kitchen with integrated appliances and a modern fitted bathroom.

EPC Grade E

Key Details
Local Authority: BuryCouncil Tax Band: BAnnual Price: £1,780Conservation Area Bury Town CentreFlood Risk Very Low

Mobile Coverage
EE - PoorVodafone - AverageThree - AverageO2 - Good

Satellite / Fibre TV Availability
BT - AvailableSky - AvailableVirgin - Unavailable

The property is let as seen so an internal viewing is highly advised and can be booked by contacting the team. There are some things you can prepare for the referencing process with Miller Metcalfe, to get you signing your tenancy agreement and moving into your new home fasterPlease note that the lift is no longer in use in this building.

Proof of identity (ID):
to prove you are who you say you are and you have the right to live in England. • In England, your agent or landlord is legally required to view and photocopy a valid form of ID, such as a British passport or national identity card or a letter of attestation and driver’s license with a birth certificate. • If you are a non-British citizen, you may be able to provide a share code to prove your immigration status, for your landlord to undergo the check online. You can find more information about this check on the government’s website.

Proof of income or employment:
to prove your funds can cover the rent. You'll need to earn 2.5 x your annual rent to pass referencing or you may be asked to provide a guarantor. (For Example: Rental value is £500 so you will require (500 x 12) x 2.5 = £ 15,000) For more information on the affordability for this property please see summary and exclusions. • If you're employed: you'll need to provide three months' worth of pay slips or written confirmation of your employment from your employer. • If you’re self-employed or a company director: you'll need proof of a submitted tax return from the most recent tax year or professional details for your accountant. If you have been self-employed for less than 12 months you will be required to supply a guarantor • If you have savings: you'll need to provide your most recent bank statement from the past 30 days You can inform your employer or accountant in advance that they'll be contacted to get their references back quickly. Did you know that with Miller Metcalfe you can opt in to open banking to speed up the referencing process? This means you won’t have to provide proof of income documents - you’ll simply connect with open banking, so the provider can see a snapshot of your income and rent payments as quickly and securely as possible.

someone who agrees to pay the rent or any damages if you can’t. Your guarantor will have to go through a similar referencing process and credit check, as they can't have any adverse credit. You should bear someone in mind for this role, and let them know as soon as possible if they’re needed. They'll need a salary of 3 x the rent to pass referencing and should be living in the UK.

Previous landlord’s reference:
to comment on your previous tenancy. Let them know in advance that they’ll be contacted, to get a faster response. Permission for a credit check: to do a ‘soft check’ of your credit history. By proceeding with the property you agree and give permission for Miller Metcalfe to get an overview of your credit history, using publicly available data. This is a soft check so don't worry - your credit score won’t be affected. We advise you even run your own check in advance, to make sure there'll be no issues and so you have a fair opportunity to declare your full situation to us.

A refundable Holding Deposit to reserve a property is payable to the amount of 1 week’s rent for the property you want to reserve. How to calculate a holding deposit? Monthly rent x 12 ÷ 52 = maximum holding deposit For more information on the holding deposit for this property please see summary and exclusions. Only pay a holding deposit if you're serious about taking on the tenancy. For more information on Holding deposits, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Please Note: This will be withheld if any relevant person (including any guarantor(s) withdraw from the tenancy, fail a Right-to-Rent check, provide materially significant false or misleading information, or fail to sign their tenancy agreement (and / or Deed of Guarantee) within 15 calendar days (or other Deadline for Agreement as mutually agreed in writing).

Tenancy/Security Deposit
A Tenancy/Security Deposit (capped at five weeks rent for rent not exceeding £50,000 per annum or six week’s rent if greater). This covers damages or defaults on the part of the tenant during the tenancy and applies to Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST). How to calculate a security deposit? ((Monthly rent x 12) ÷ 52) x 5 = maximum security deposit For more information on the security deposit for this property please see summary and exclusions. You may also need to pay at least a month’s rent in advance, so you’ll always be paying rent for the month ahead.

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