Recommended if you are an inexperienced or absent landlord or just don't have the time.
Marketing of your property by advertising on our website, in the
local press, using contacts with local employers and contacting
potential tenants already registered.
Arrange Energy Performance Certificates, Gas Safety Checks,
Electrical and Smoke Alarm / carbon monoxide checks if not already held.
(Please note the cost of these is invoiced direct to landlords by the
Arrange accompanied viewings.
Find a suitable tenant. Tenants must fund the rent from their own
resources i.e. be in full time employment or in receipt of a pension. We
do not accept tenants relying on benefits.
Undertake credit checks and referencing.
Draw up the Tenancy Agreement.
Collect the first month’s rent and set up a bank standing order for future payments.
Take a deposit and arrange for this to be held under the Tenancy Deposit Scheme in accordance with legal requirements.
Arrange the tenant check in.
Inform the utility companies and Council of the new tenancy and meter readings.
Monitor the monthly rent from the tenant.
Account to you for the monthly rent, less deductions, and issue periodic statements.
As the tenant’s main point of contact, deal with all day to day
issues and arrange minor repairs, up to a pre-agreed level, referring to
you when necessary.
Provide periodic inspections of the property.
Arrange the renewal of Gas Safety Certificates when required.
Arrange check out of departing tenants at the end of the Tenancy.