I am one of a group of students who wanted to rent with Envisage. After I expressed an interest in the property Envisage responded very promptly. However, they were very sketchy in the details of our expenses and the amount of rent we would be charged increased 3 times in a fortnight. They also added a seventh bedroom in (after we viewed the property) and told us we had to find another person to rent with. They put an unreasonable amount of pressure to pay non refundable administration fees of £150 per person as soon as we had viewed the property (between the 7 of us £1050). Not only is this a large amount of money, they expected us to pay without seeing a complete version of the contract! We consulted a property lawyer on this and they advised us to stay well away. Envisage also told us we would need individual guarantors, which we had. However, it transpired that they expected the seven of us to sign into one contract, which obviously would make each of the guarantors responsible for all of us! Once we had paid the admin fees, we wouldn\'t be bound into a contract until they wrote one up - in the meantime, the amount of rent and deposit owed could change. They wouldn\'t tell us these details straight out; we had to arrange a meeting to talk this over and the letting agent who we had all the correspondence with was not present so the staff member we were speaking to did not know any of the details of the property. Finally, after an hour of talking, we said we would go outside to discuss it amongst ourselves and come back in a hour (this was 4:30 and they said they did not shut until 6). When we came back at 5:30, the shop was shut and we were unable to speak with them further! We did not rent with them; all in all they seemed out to take our money and scam us. I would advise any students looking to rent with them to be very careful and not give them any money without checking over everything first!