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Rent To Buy Cheshire (Rent To Own)

A rent to own agreement (also called Rent To Buy) is a deal in which you commit to renting a property for a specific period of time, with the option of buying it before the lease runs out. Rent-to-own agreements include a standard lease agreement and also an option to buy the property at a later time, at a fixed price
Our product is via a National respected Company called Keyzy, and we are one of the few brokers given access to it.
Rent To Buy Cheshire is available now, without a waiting list. This means any freehold property up for sale in an estate agent or similar. It is NOT limited to new build properties like many schemes. Without a deposit.
Please go to our main Rent To Buy Page for more details including FAQ’s

Expert advice is available, without obligation. Contact us now

This scheme is available through ourselves WITHOUT a waiting list,  as a preferred broker we get immediate access. Contact us now via the form at the top of the page, we’ll help you get a decision / budget in principle.

Completing this form authorises us to send your details to Keyzy.


Applicants that use ourselves will be actioned immediately. By all means go look at their website, to look at details, use their calculator etc. But come back here to apply for a decision in principle. As we are a preferred broker you will  be dealt with immediately.

Use the contact form above. We’ll then get the required information from you. Whilst Keyzy charge an arrangement fee, our services are free of charge as we receive a small commission from Keyzy for the work involved in getting the Decision In Principle and the referral.

Available nationwide.

Traditional mortgages inc 95% are available too including for First Time Buyers

We also have access to 100% mortgages, with or without family assistance. Which may be more suitable for you. Contact us to discuss fully.

Cheshire is a historic county located in the North West of England. It’s known for its picturesque countryside, charming towns, and historic cities. Here is a list of some of the towns in Cheshire, though it’s important to note that Cheshire has undergone boundary changes over time, and some areas may now be part of unitary authorities or other administrative divisions:

  1. Chester: The county town of Cheshire, known for its Roman history, historic city walls, and beautiful cathedral.

  2. Warrington: A major town with a rich industrial heritage and modern amenities.

  3. Crewe: Famous for its railway heritage and engineering connections, including Crewe Works.

  4. Runcorn: Situated along the River Mersey, Runcorn is known for the Silver Jubilee Bridge and the Mersey Gateway Bridge.

  5. Northwich: Located at the heart of Cheshire, Northwich has a salt mining history and is known for the Anderton Boat Lift.

  6. Winsford: Another town associated with salt production and home to the Winsford Rock Salt Mine.

  7. Ellesmere Port: Situated near the Wirral Peninsula, Ellesmere Port is known for its industrial and dockyard history.

  8. Macclesfield: Nestled in the East Cheshire hills, Macclesfield is known for its silk industry heritage.

  9. Nantwich: A charming market town with historic timbered buildings and the annual Nantwich Food Festival.

  10. Alsager: A small town in the unitary authority of Cheshire East, known for its railway connections.

  11. Middlewich: Famous for its canals and the annual Folk & Boat Festival.

  12. Sandbach: Known for its historic market town character and the Sandbach Crosses, a group of Saxon stone crosses.

  13. Congleton: Situated on the River Dane, Congleton has a market town atmosphere and scenic surrounding countryside.

  14. Frodsham: A market town on the edge of the Cheshire Plain with views of the Mersey Estuary and the hills of North Wales.

  15. Wilmslow: Located in Cheshire East, Wilmslow is known for its affluent neighborhoods and proximity to Manchester Airport.

  16. Alderley Edge: A village in Cheshire East known for its affluent residents and scenic countryside.

  17. Knutsford: A market town with a historic and elegant character, often associated with the novelist Elizabeth Gaskell.

  18. Poynton: Situated in Cheshire East, Poynton is known for its parks and woodlands.

  19. Hale: A town in the borough of Trafford, close to the Cheshire border, known for its affluent residential areas.

  20. Tarporley: A picturesque village and civil parish in Cheshire West and Chester, known for its historic architecture.

Please note that Cheshire’s administrative boundaries have changed over time, and some areas may now be in different unitary authorities or may not be considered towns in the traditional sense. This list includes some of the notable towns within the historic county of Cheshire.Che