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Property management

SELL YOUR HOME

SELL YOUR HOME

SELL YOUR HOME

SELL YOUR HOME

SELL YOUR HOME

Making life easier

Letting a property can be hugely stressful, and that's before you've even begun to tackle changes in legislation. Our property management service aims to make your life easier while ensuring a long and successful tenancy. 

Twenty-four seven.

We’ll take those day-to-day rental problems off your hands. No emails about dripping taps while you’re at work, no late-night calls from tenants who’ve locked themselves out. We pride ourselves on going above and beyond to maintain your property to the very highest standard.

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Being a landlord comes with complicated and serious obligations. Our team are experts in all aspects of lettings law and procedures, so why not take the pressure off yourself by choosing our property management service?

Our single management fee covers everything you could need, protecting your tenants from any surprises and you from landlord fines in excess of £5,000.

Comprehensive marketing including professional photography and advertising on major portals

Access to over 4,000 tenants actively searching across our database at any one time

Verifying tenant identities and organising tenant referencing checks if required by the landlord

Organisation of pre-tenancy clean and inventory check-in if required by the landlord

Collection of rent and handling of associated fees and taxes

Administering and holding deposits as a stakeholder and in line with current legislation

Organisation of Gas Safety Certificates if required by the landlord

Assigned Property Manager experienced in troubleshooting tenancy and maintenance issues

Transfer of utilities accounts

Rental payments arrears management and proactive credit control

Arranging all repairs and maintenance with preferred, registered contractors, as well as payment of outgoings

Keyholding service

24-hour emergency line

Property inspections

Managing the check-out process

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Frequently asked questions

From inventory checks to council tax, we know there's a lot you need to remember as a landlord. For any pressing questions, take a look through our FAQs to see if we have the resources you need, or you can contact our team directly.

Inventory 

Q. What is an inventory?

A. tenancy inventory is a document that details the condition of a rented property and any contents, fixtures and decoration within it. It is important to compile an inventory to see if anything within the property has changed at the end of the tenancy. If repairs or replacements need to be made, the landlord will use the tenancy inventory to deduce who is financially responsible for these. If the tenant is responsible, the cost will come out of their deposit, so the document may be needed to settle any disputes that arise between the landlord and tenants.

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