The city of Coventry has two Universities. In the city centre Coventry University continues to expand and has shaped the landscape of the city centre skyline with the introduction of a large number of purpose built buildings specifically for students of Coventry University. On the outskirts of Coventry in the Canley area of the city Warwick University also continues to grow. Whilst there is a large selection of student property provided by the Universities, many students rent privately throughout the city.
Shortland Horne Student Letting Agents Coventry offer houses, flats and rooms to rent in Coventry for students. If you are looking at moving to Coventry now or in the future, search our available properties or contact us to register your details to be kept up to date with new student accommodation in Coventry. The majority of students in Coventry will want to find property near to the city centre for Coventry University or in and around Canley for Warwick University. Other areas in Coventry that are popular for student accommodation are Earlsdon due to its busy high street with pubs and restaurants as well as being on the bus route to Warwick University. Kenilworth is also a popular area to rent for students attending Warwick University.
Shortland Horne Student Letting Agents Coventry work in partnership with Zero Deposit. As an alternative to a cash deposit students can choose to take out a policy with Zero Deposit instead of paying a full cash deposit up front on selected properties. For more information speak to one of our advisers.
A Zero Deposit Guarantee costs a tenant 1 week’s rent, so if your rent is £220 per week, that is the cost. The policy is automatically renewed on an annual basis. On renewal, there is a charge of £26 which covers the cost of managing the Guarantee. Where there is a change of tenant under an existing Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement, the new incoming tenant will need to pay a £40 fee to be added to the Zero Deposit Guarantee. When applying to rent a property through Shortland Horne Letting Agents Coventry where the landlord has agreed to accept Zero Deposit, Shortland Horne Letting Agents Coventry will pass the tenants details to arrange cover if requested by the tenant.
At Shortland Horne we let and manage student accommodation in Coventry on behalf of private landlords. We don’t specify which of our properties are specifically available to students because ultimately it is the landlords decision and we base each application to rent a property on an individual basis. Shortland Horne Student Letting Agents Coventry specialise in the management of houses, flats and shared accommodation including Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMO’s).
In partnership with Virgin Media Shortland Horne Student Letting Agents Coventry are able to offer discounted rates. Virgin Media offer 10 month contracts to students instead of the standard 12 month contract. This benefits the majority of students as many University courses run for 10 months.
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