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What is mid-market rent?

Mid-market rent is a scheme to help working households on low and modest income access high quality affordable rented accommodation.  These homes offer high quality, secure and accessible living that is sustainable, energy efficient and easily maintained.

Do I qualify?

Mid-market rent, provided by Novantie Ltd, mainly aims to help people who may have difficulty accessing social rented housing, buying their own home, or affording private sector rents.  To qualify you must be employed or have an offer of employment and have a gross annual household income between £17,000 and £25,000.

I meet the criteria, what do I do now?

Any vacancies are advertised on our website and are dealt with on a first come first served basis.  If you see a property which you think you might be eligible for, you should complete and submit an application form.

Please note we do not hold a waiting list for mid-market rent properties.

 

Available Mid-Market Rent Properties

 

 

 

*Under Offer* - 10 Barrhill Avenue, Newton Stewart

10 Barrhill Avenue is a 2-bedroom end terraced house in Newton Stewart and will be available around the beginning of October.

This new build property has gas central heating and is carpeted throughout. There is a private garden to the front & rear and a driveway to hold 2 cars.

Newton Stewart is a busy Galloway market town set on the banks of the River Cree in a genuinely rural area and regarded by many as the gateway to the Galloway hills. The area has a wide range of sport and outdoor activities with opportunities to take shooting in the area, fishing on the nearby rivers, golf, and with an extensive range of walks and cycle paths. The A75 road runs along the southern edge of the town and connects the town to Stranraer in the west and Dumfries in the east.

The EPC rating for the property is Band B.

Rent for the property is £460.00 per calendar month, plus a deposit of £460.00.

Novantie’s landlord registration number is 298445\170\28341.
Letting Agent Registration number is LARN1907006.

How to apply

*Under Offer* - 11 Baird Way, Kirkcudbright

11 Baird Way, Kirkcudbright is a 2-bedroom semi-detached house at the Old Creamery Development in Kirkcudbright and will be available soon.

This new build property has gas central heating and is carpeted throughout. There is a private garden to the front, rear & side and a driveway to hold 2 cars.

The picturesque Artists Town of Kirkcudbright offers a vibrant cultural life, as well as a wide range of amenities including a health centre, cottage hospital, primary and secondary schooling, swimming pool and marina. The surrounding area is one of natural beauty and is popular with outdoor enthusiasts for walking, bird watching and fishing. The Galloway Forrest Park and the stunning landscapes of the Solway coastline are also within easy reach.

Kirkcudbright is situated 6 miles from the A75 Euro-route which gives easy access to the neighbouring towns of Castle Douglas and Dumfries to the East and excellent links to the M74 and M6 motorways and Glasgow (2 hours), Edinburgh (2.5 hours) and Prestwick Airport (1.5 hours).

The EPC rating for the property is Band B.

Rent for the property is £490.52 per calendar month, plus a deposit of £490.52.

Novantie’s landlord registration number is 298445\170\28341.
Letting Agent Registration number is LARN1907006.

How to apply
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