Renting a property

Applying to view a property  Download our Tenant Viewing Application form here

Applying for a property - Download our Tenant Application form here

Guarantor form - Download our Guarantor Application form here


Please note forms must be completed in full and returned to one of our offices or via email to Lettings@Whitakers.co.uk.

Documents are an essential part of your application and must be provided before we are able to proceed with your tenancy application. There are no upfront costs and you will not be charged for an unsuccessful application if it is declined before proceeding to credit checks and references. Should the landlord wish to proceed with your application, a holding deposit of a weeks rent will be required.


If you’re looking for properties to rent in Hull or the surrounding areas, we can support you every step of the way:

  • Viewing properties – speak to our team who will advise and book viewings

  • Application – dedicated lettings experts here to explain everything

  • Costs- speak to our team who will be able to advise you of costs

  • Referencing – undertaking third party referencing to complete your application

  • Tenancy agreement – we’ll talk you through everything you need to know in the tenancy agreement

  • Check-in – full inventory and check-in report

  • Deposit – registered with the Deposit Protection Scheme for complete protection

  • Maintenance and repairs – if the property is managed by Whitakers Estate Agents, our dedicated Lettings Management team is available to swiftly manage any queries or maintenance issues

  • Renewal or check-out – guiding you through your next steps


Renting a property – find out more

Call or pop in to your Whitakers Estate Agents branch for more information on renting a property, including details of the costs, documents and information you'll need to have ready before you start looking for a place to rent.

Reporting a repair

The best way to let us know of an issue with the property you are renting is to click on the ‘report a repair’ link on our website. If your landlord manages your property themselves, all correspondence will need to be through them.