Market Rent Explained

Your guide to Market Rent

Market Rent Explained


Ah, the joys of renting. It’s well known that finding a rental property is notoriously difficult. Part of the problem is the fear of the unknown. You often don’t know who your landlord is, whether they can be trusted or what unreasonable behaviour may lay await.


Let’s be honest, when you come home from work, the last thing we want to think about is, “Why didn’t they fix the leak today?”. You want to kick your shoes off, get a cold, craft IPA from the fridge and watch the latest episode of Broadchurch. If this image of domestic bliss resonates with you, then Market Rent may just be the ticket to your happiness.


Market Rent allows you to rent a property from an established and experienced housing provider. Market Rent also gives you increased flexibility over the length of your contract. For example, you can choose from a one, two or three-year tenancy agreement, but relax in the knowledge that you can stay as long as you want. Also, if you leave earlier than anticipated we wont charge you additional fees.


Furthermore, your deposit (six weeks’ rent) is protected in the Deposit Protection Service, a government-backed tenancy deposit scheme meaning that you’ll get back what you’re owed at the end of your tenancy.


If this all sounds good to you then, check out our current Market Rent properties in trendy East London. You can also view our prospective rental properties in person every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, or schedule a convenient evening appointment if you work 9-5.


Bow River Village, London, E1

This stylish new riverside development provides a selection of contemporary one, two, three and four bedroom apartments, available to rent.  Ideal for professionals working in central London or Canary Wharf and with a range of sizes to accommodate singles, couples, families or sharers, these fantastic new homes are ready to move into now. Click here for more details