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Try your best to avoid this agency and the landlord of the property they are trying to rent out at 5 Thatchers lane tansley.
My father was renting this property until he sadly lost his life on the 19th of June this year.
What then happened after really defined this agency and the landlords they deal with.
The Agency came across all nice and lovely but on reflection now we realise this wasn't the case.
When we finally got into the property my father was renting we would receive regular calls as to what we were doing (basically asking when we would be out).
My father had paid his rent till a certain date and of course we would be leaving but would have to remove all his items,
as we don't live in area.
There was alot of worked involved.
Then on top of this between the agency and the landlord they have tried to cause as much stress as possible to his grieving children.
We can only assume this came direct from agents themselves, the landlord stated that our Father was deceased at property ( this was not the case).
This was definitely not the case and an awful assumption to make even more so that it was reapted for his children to hear.
Then you think it can't possibly get any worse it does.
After dealing with the deposit with the DPS through a log the landlord decided that he wanted to take money from a dead man who broke his breech of contract.
Will just state here my father was taken away in an ambulance fully continuous not knowing he was going to die.
Anyway the landlord took money for cleaning as my father didn't stick to his agreement and clean the property as he vacated.
Then on top of this all he wanted to take money for gardening.
Well confirmed by neighbours and my father when he was alive this was in his tenancy agreement that he didn't maintain this the owner did.
Anyway the landlord took an entire month after we disputed it (we have now be branded liars by that agency that we didn't dispute).
After a month the landlord took £42 to trim back some hedges.
Further to this we were told it wasn't in tenancy agreement.
Complete lie again.
Friends rang on our behalf the agency and we're told that garden is maintained by owner, then this was confirmed in email to me that it was indeed in the tenancy agreement.
Therefore this landlord and agency breaking their breech of contract with my father.
Outlined they took my father's money for their Own greeddiness.
This has now left us no choice but to go down a legal route but just to make you all aware be very careful about using them and Defiantly be careful of the doggy landlord at 5 thatchers lane!!!