Information for landlords

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Tenant Find

We find you a tenant and you manage.

£375.00 letting fee + VAT

  • Accompanied Viewings
  • Tenant Referencing inc. Credit Check and Right to Rent checks
  • Photographic Inventory
  • Tenancy Documentation inc. Tenancy Agreement, Guide to Letting, etc.
  • See the tenant in
  • Deposit Protected with MyDeposits.co.uk
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Rent Collection

We find you a tenant and collect the rent on your behalf.

Managed

£208.33 letting fee + VAT

5% /month + VAT

  • Accompanied Viewings
  • Tenant Referencing inc. Credit Check and Right to Rent checks
  • Photographic Inventory
  • Tenancy Documentation inc. Tenancy Agreement, Guide to Letting, etc.
  • See the tenant in
  • Deposit Protected with MyDeposits.co.uk
  • Rent Collected
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Full Management

We manage the whole thing from start to finish.

Managed

£208.33 letting fee + VAT

10% /month + VAT

  • Accompanied Viewings
  • Tenant Referencing inc. Credit Check and Right to Rent checks
  • Photographic Inventory
  • Tenancy Documentation inc. Tenancy Agreement, Guide to Letting, etc.
  • See the tenant in
  • Deposit Protected with MyDeposits.co.uk
  • Rent Collected
  • Periodic Inspections
  • Tenancy Renewals
  • See the tenant out
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Everything you need

Whether you are new to letting or not, you'll find our service affordable and includes everything you need to make letting as stress free as possible.

Free Valuations

A free market appraisal from a local estate agent with letting advice that makes sense.

Beautiful Advertising

Properties displayed beautifully on our own website together with OnTheMarket.com and Zoopla.com.

Nothing Hidden

Just the letting fee and a management fee per month covers everything we do.

Our Family

Speak to who you need to speak to without being passed from post to pillar.

Letting Advice

Clear and simple advice with no complicated jargon to help you get the most from your letting.

Our partners

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Frequently asked questions

Do I need permission to let my property?

If you have a mortgage on the property, the mortgage lender must be advised and their consent obtained. If the property is Leasehold the Freeholder's consent must also be obtained. When letting a flat the Managing Agents should be advised.

What do I do about the gas, electric and water services?

We will advise the relevant companies when the Tenant moves in to the property. We will also keep a record of meter readings. When unable to provide companies with the relevant information due to their Data Protection requirements, we will instruct the Tenant to make contact with the suppliers.

What about re-direction of mail?

You should contact Royal Mail and arrange for the post to be re-directed.

Who pays the Council Tax during the letting?

The Tenant is responsible for the payment of Council Tax. We will advise the Local Authority when the Tenant moves in.

What about insurance?

You should advise your insurance company regarding the Buildings and Contents Insurance.

What is the situation regarding Tax?

Income from letting is treated by the Inland Revenue as income and you must declare it. If you reside overseas we are obliged by law to deduct and hold tax at source until final assessment is agreed. It is advisable to contact your tax office and obtain exemption under the 'Non-Resident Landlord Scheme'

Should I leave my property furnished or unfurnished?

That is up to you already we find there is more demand from tenants looking for Unfurnished properties. It is essential for the property to have carpets, curtains/blinds and a cooker. It is important to note that upholstered furniture and furnishings left in the property must comply with the 1993 regulations. Furniture that meets the standards will normally have a label saying so and carry the 'Kitemark' symbol.

What are my gas, electric and other obligations?

Gas and electrical appliances must be in good working order and maintained regularly. It is your responsibility to keep the property in good repair. An annual check on all gas appliances must be carried out by a Gas Safe engineer and a Certificate obtained. From 1st July 2020, properties are required to have a satisfactory Electrical Installation Condition Report with each report being valid for up to 5 years.

Is letting safe and can I be sure to get the property back?

Yes providing the tenancy agreement has been drawn up properly and the correct notices served on the tenant. In the unlikely event of legal action, new court procedures can speed up the process.

How long can I let the property for?

Under an Assured Shorthand Tenancy the term is normally for a minimum of 6 months and a maximum period of 5 years.