Tenants

Experience, expertise and local market knowledge is key when searching for the ideal rental property.

Our team at Gro Residential Management has an extensive understanding of the Hull and East Yorkshire market.

We are committed to finding exactly the kind of property a tenant wants and needs, taking into account location, local amenities, length of availability and of course cost.

Latest Properties

6 Stonesdale Sutton Park Hull, HU7 6DX

  • 595 pcm
  • bedroom to rent
  • Sutton Park, Hull, HU7

228 Spring Bank Hull, HU3 1LU

  • 450 pcm
  • bedroom to rent
  • Spring Bank, Hull, HU3

Riding Mews School Lane Beverley, HU17 9FB

  • 650 pcm
  • bedroom to rent
  • School Lane, Beverley, HU17

98 Newland Avenue Hull, HU5 3AA

  • 475 pcm
  • bedroom to rent
  • Newland Avenue, Hull, HU5

Dealing with Gro Residential Management means getting to know us personally and working with a member of our team who has your individual preferences, needs and interests at the very top of their list.

Ask about our ‘Video Tour’ viewings – giving tenants the chance to look around a property without even stepping out of their home.

How we provide an exceptional service

Market expertise

Our extensive knowledge of the local market means we are able to advise on the best suited available properties – and those soon to be up for grabs.

Landlord liaison

Due to our great relationships with the landlords of our properties, all aspects of residential renting are handled fairly and efficiently for tenants.

Round-the-clock support

As we work with a long-established list of reliable contractors, emergency assistance is available 24/7/365, providing peace of mind at all times.

Industry accredited

Our memberships protect both tenants and landlords, from deposits to disputes, and we have a track record of acting with integrity.

In need of advice or assistance, call 01482 566057 to speak to a member of our team

Frequently asked questions

What do I need to provide to rent a property?

To meet our required criteria, you will need:

  • A positive credit check
  • An employment or accountant reference
  • A reference from a previous landlord (if applicable)
  • Proof of ID & your ‘Right to Rent’ in the UK
  • Two proofs of your current address

What happens if someone else applies for the same property as me?

Popular properties can receive multiple applications in a short space of time so it’s important to act as quickly as possible to provide all requested documents and information promptly.

At Gro Residential Management we are committed to giving those who first show an interest in a property every opportunity to secure it for themselves.

Why do I need to be referenced?

It is a simply a way to help determine that a tenant will be responsible and take good care of the property, and of course be able to afford their rental payments.

In some circumstances, it’s not uncommon for a tenant not to be approved immediately via the referencing process. Thankfully, there are still options for people who find themselves in this position – such as paying the full rent up front or using a guarantor (a person who agrees to ‘guarantee’ the tenancy agreement, the rental income and obligations of the tenants.)

What is a Tenancy Agreement?

A Tenancy Agreement is a legally-binding contract between the landlord and tenant, detailing the requirements and obligations expected of both parties. Any terms which have been negotiated must be included in the agreement before it is signed, such as the duration of the tenancy.

At Gro Residential Management, we believe in 100% transparency and all our agreements clearly state any responsibilities in a fair, clear and balanced way.

Why do I need to pay a tenancy deposit?

Most landlords use a tenancy deposit to cover any potential costs which may be incurred during a tenancy. The maximum amount that can be taken is capped at 5 weeks’ rent, when annual rent is less than £50,000.

If you leave a property in the same condition as you found it, you’ll usually receive all of your deposit back in full. In exceptional circumstances, deductions can be made to pay for the cost of professional cleaning or any damage caused - above wear and tear. It can also be used to make up for any rent arrears.

How do I pay my rent?

We’ll ask you to complete a Standing Order form to authorise your bank to pay your rent on the appropriate date each month. In our experience, this is the easiest way to pay your rent regularly without the risk of missing payments.

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