Social Lets

As a social letting agency we operate our business in a similar way to a high street letting agent, in that it offers tenancies under an AST (assured shorthold tenancy). The difference under social lets is that, as we lease the properties from our landlords’ the AST is between Luton Lets Squared and the tenant, not the landlord.

A social letting agency has a different philosophy to that of a high street letting agent with unique drives, aims and objectives, offering unrivalled landlord USP’s (unique selling points) including:

  • Not charging tenants for the service, making it accessible for those on low or no income.
  • Specifically targeting individuals and groups who would not normally be able to use a high street letting agent (owing to deposit costs and referencing ) – this tends to be a large percentage of those already homeless and living in temporary accommodation.
  • Not making a profit from housing those threatened with homelessness.
  • Increasing property conditions, to high lettable and management standards.

If you are looking for the continuity of rents with no void periods coupled with working with a professional, trustworthy and transparent team, then Luton Lets Squared could be just what you are looking for. With the strength and support of Luton Borough Council and Squared behind us, our service is unique.

What will the service offer a landlord?

  • Pre listing property condition survey
  • Three year fixed term lease agreement
  • Rent paid 52 weeks of the year
  • No start up costs
  • No monthly fees
  • No renewal fees
  • Free management service
  • Free tenant management visits
  • 3 monthly property visits
  • 24/7 in-house reactive repair and maintenance service
  • Annual CP12 surveys
  • No expensive legal fees to regain possession of your property

Prevention - Find out more

Are you a Luton resident and...

Then come and speak to the Prevention Team at Luton Borough Council. This experienced team can establish whether the correct notice has been served, negotiate with your landlord or agent, explore options that may be available to you to help you remain in your home and also put a personalised housing plan in place to prevent homelessness.

The following link will explain this further: