There are far better ways to spend your money than on tenancy deposits ...

Join flatfair and rent deposit-free

No deposit

Instead of an expensive deposit, pay an affordable membership fee - split evenly between the household

Healthier finances

Put your money to better use and avoid the cost of double deposits between tenancies

Pay when you leave

Accidents happen. Simply pay for any damages or rent arrears at the end of your tenancy

Keeping it fair

Negotiate and pay for claims with full transparency, and stay safe with access to Independent Dispute Resolution

Control on-the-go

Manage your membership through our simple platform from any device, 24/7

Build your cred

Get rewarded for paying your rent on time and caring for your rented home

is the simple, safe and affordable alternative to tenancy deposits


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Frequently asked questions

Whilst removing the need for expensive deposits that often overlap between tenancies, we also provide an easier, fairer way to pay for - or dispute - claims made by your landlord or letting agent.
flatfair membership costs 1 week of rent (exc. VAT) split between the household. You can ask your letting agent or landlord for more details.
No problem. Just ask your landlord or letting agent to convert your existing deposit into a flatfair membership and they’ll return the full amount.
Yes. When your tenancy ends, you’re fully liable to cover the cost of any damages or unpaid rent as outlined in your tenancy agreement, save for ordinary wear and tear.
It happens! Simply pay at the end of your tenancy.
As with a deposit, you and your flatmates are each jointly and severally liable to treat the property with due care and pay your rent on time.
Your letting agent or landlord will simply add the new tenant as a flatfair member - at no extra cost to you.
Your membership expires in line with your initial tenancy end date, and may be extended by your landlord or letting agent.
As with a deposit, your landlord has the opportunity to either discharge you from the obligations of the tenancy agreement or to raise a claim.
We certainly do. Tenants who stick to their rental obligations build up a strong flatscore and benefit from a range of future discounts, as well as the credibility. It’s kind of like mates’ rates for the people we trust.
If you agree with the claim, flatfair will charge all tenants equally. If you don’t agree, you can counter the claim and negotiate until an agreement is reached. We also enable you to dispute the claim and send it to Independent Dispute Resolution.
In the case of a disagreement between you and your landlord or letting agent, an independent government-authorised dispute resolution provider will decide on the case. Raising a dispute costs £100 + VAT, but we’ll refund this once your claim is found to have been made in good faith and of a scrupulous nature.