Landlords
Information

If you currently own or intend to purchase residential property for rental, you should consider engaging our property management service. You’ll find it both professional and cost-effective. As we are specialists, we know how to manage property for optimum performance, whilst ensuring smooth running tenancies, and compliance with the various landlord/tenant laws. If you currently own or intend to purchase residential property for rental, you should consider engaging our property management service. You’ll find it both professional and cost-effective. As we are specialists, we know how to manage property for optimum performance, whilst ensuring smooth running tenancies, and compliance with the various landlord/tenant laws.

Maximise the return on your investment by getting in touch today.

Our Services
Include

  • Visiting you at your property, and providing a rental valuation and any other advice which you may require about letting your property.
  • Advising you on compliance with the various safety regulations.
  • Locating suitable tenants. Your property will be advertised if necessary, however we have excellent contacts with various company and other establishment personnel departments, and furthermore usually have tenants waiting.
  • Obtaining and evaluating references and credit checks.
  • Preparing a suitable tenancy agreement and arranging signature by the tenant.
  • Collecting a tenancy deposit which will be treated in accordance with current legislation.
  • Preparing an inventory and schedule of condition.
  • Checking the tenant into the property and agreeing the inventory.
  • Supervising the transfer of gas, electricity and council tax accounts into the tenant’s name.
  • Receiving rental payments monthly in advance, and paying you promptly, together with a detailed statement from our computerised management systems.
  • If required paying regular outgoings for you from rental payments.
  • Inspecting the property periodically, and reporting any problems to you.
  • Arranging any necessary repairs or maintenance, first liaising with you in the case of larger works.
  • Keeping in touch with the tenant on a routine basis, and arranging renewals of the agreement as necessary.
  • Checking tenants out as required, reletting and continuing the process with the minimum of vacant periods to ensure that you receive the optimum return from your property.