Rent your next home with no deposit

Instantly secure your new home with a one-off membership fee per tenancy costing only one week’s rent (+VAT).

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78% of tenants prefer flatfair to a regular deposit

So how does zero deposit renting work? With flatfair, renting is faster and more affordable. You’re still responsible for any damages and unpaid rent at the end of your tenancy, but with flatfair, you simply register your debit card and pay when you move out – a bit like when you leave a hotel.

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    Step 1  

    Get a link from your agent

    Your agent will give you a unique flatfair registration for your new home.

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    Step 2  

    Start your membership

    Sign up and pay your one-off membership fee using just your debit card.

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    You’re ready to move in

    Enjoy your next home with more cash in your pocket.

Join flatfair today

Get your existing deposit back early

Just moved into a new place? Switch your existing tenancy to a flatfair membership and you’ll get your existing deposit back early.

And the best bit? It’s completely free to make the switch. All you’ll pay is your flatfair membership fee.

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Calculate my membership

*This is your maximum one-off membership fee you can split evenly between you and anyone else in the tenancy agreement (and in some cases, a discount might apply). Remember, flatfair lets you pay when you leave, and isn’t insurance – so you’ll still need to cover rent and damages when you leave.

It’s all done online

The flatfair online platform helps you and your agents manage everything from move-ins to end of tenancy charges all under one roof.

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Earn rewards & discounts

Great tenants deserve great rewards. Build up a flatscore and stand out on future rental applications and unlock special discounts.


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End of tenancy made easy

Any charges are easily managed online. You’ll get to negotiate and access independent adjudicators to resolve tricky disputes – leaving you with peace of mind at the end of your tenancy.

How it works


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  • "It's a great alternative to a high security deposit while still giving the landlord some assurance. Makes moving much, much easier to manage and plan for. This needs to be accessible for all eligible renters across the country!"

    Gemma, Tenant
    flatfair Tenant
  • "flatfair is a straightforward concept that's beneficial to agents, landlords and tenants – and it’s run by decent people. What more can you ask for?"

    Sophie, London
    flatfair Tenant
  • "flatfair is great as it makes it so much easier to save money for furniture in our new property"

    Nathan, London
    flatfair Tenant
  • "To be honest it was a life saver. I personally didn’t have money for deposit so flatfair made it possible for me to get my house deposit free"

    Vera, Leighton
    flatfair Tenant

Tenant FAQs

    • What if I’ve already moved in?

      Good news – you can still join flatfair at any time and get your original deposit back.

    • What does no deposit required mean?

      When you see no deposit required on a property listing, it means that instead of paying an expensive traditional security deposit, tenants can simply pay a small one-off flatfair membership fee for their tenancy costing just one week’s rent (+ VAT) split evenly between each tenant moving in.

    • What is the tenant fee ban?

      On June 1, 2019, the Tenant Fees Act was introduced into UK law, banning most letting fees, and caps tenancy deposits paid by tenants in the private rental sector in England.

      Luckily, flatfair membership is not subject to the Act, as our deposit alternative option is optional for tenants. It’s a one-off cost with no fees for renewing or extending a tenancy.

    • What does deposit-free renting mean?

      Deposit-free renting lets you secure your property without the need to pay a security deposit. With flatfair, you’re able to rent without a deposit and instead pay a one-off flatfair fee costing just one week’s rent (+VAT) per tenancy.

      That means you won’t be asking “how do I get my full deposit back?” at the end of your tenancy, you simply pay any damages when you leave – a bit like when you stay at a hotel. Any disputes you have are easily handled through our easy-to-use platform.

      If you have any more questions, head to our FAQs page.


Already found your flatfair property?

Great! Just ask your agent to send over their flatfair registration link to get started.

Agent not on flatfair?

Invite your agent to flatfair and earn a 50% discount on your membership. Or, let us connect you with one of our existing partners.

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