In these very busy lettings industry, we understand that letting your property, especially for the first time, can be a worrying experience. Our aim is to provide our landlords with the very best value for money. We do this by speaking openly and honestly with you from our first lettings valuation appointment, talking with you throughout the tenant application process.
We never forget that the property is your most important asset, and we can confidently assure you that by instructing us to act as your Letting and Management Agents your asset will be in professional and caring hands.
Should you choose our full management or our let only deal, through our personal service we achieve high occupancy rates and provide our landlords with first class tenants.
This is our inclusive service, which starts with the evaluation of the property, recommendations, marketing, letting and managing the letting from end to end.
The detailed service lists are as follows:
We offer overseas landlords a comprehensive range of lettings and management services. Whether you are looking to let out your own home or investment property, you can leave it in our safe hands and enjoy your peace of mind.
A well presented and maintained property in a good decorative order will be treated with much respect in the rental market. This will help develop a good relationship between the tenant and the Landlord.
Our evaluation process determines of the property require any repairs before putting on the market.
It is mandatory to have one of these and to provide the tenant with a copy with a minimum band requirement of ‘E’.
Ensure that all gas appliances are maintained in good order, and pay for an annual service from a CORGI approved tradesman. It is mandatory to provide a copy of the Gas Safety certificate to the Tenant before they start their tenancy.
EICR - When preparing your home, you should ensure that all electrical appliances provided with the property are checked by a professional and are safe to use. It is mandatory to provide an Electrical Installation Condition Report to the tenant before they start their tenancy.
Provide and test a smoke alarm on each floor of the property.
Provide and test a carbon monoxide alarm in any room containing an appliance that burns solid fuel such as a coal fire or wood burning stove.
Check that escape routes are always accessible.
Ensure that any furniture and furnishings, including curtains and carpets, supplied with the property are ‘fire safe’. One way of doing this is checking for a label which states that the item complies with fire safety regulations.
Provide fire alarms and extinguishers if the property is a house in multiple occupation (HMO) with at least three storeys and containing at least five tenants.
Cleaning your property from top to bottom is an essential step when preparing to let your property. The tenant will be agreeing to keep the property in the same good quality state during the tenancy, with an allowance for normal “wear and tear” of course, so you want to set the standards high!
A detailed digital Inventory with sufficient photographs is an essential factor before the tenants move into the property. This will ensure the easy deposit claim against any damages at the end of the tenancy.
Landlord buildings insurance is designed to give landlords protection for residential properties against losses from risks like fire, storm, and flood.