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Level of Service

Rather than taking on the legal and practical demands of letting and managing their property themselves, many landlords choose to use the services of a professional agent.

Using an agent gives landlords greater flexibility and the opportunity to choose a level of service that’s tailored to meet their individual needs.

Let Only: 

The agent should

  • Assess the market value of the property.
  • Give advice on how to effectively present the property.
  • Arrange the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) if required.
  • Advertise and market the property.
  • Accompany most, if not all, viewings.
  • >Take-up tenant’s references (including mandatory Right to Rent checks).
  • Organise the gas and electricity safety tests.
  • Organise the installation of smoke and CO2 alarms as necessary.
  • Prepare the lettings agreements.
  • Collect initial rents.
  • Collect the tenant’s deposit and transfer to the landlord, or register with one of the recognised Tenancy Deposit Schemes on the landlord’s behalf..

Rent Collect 

As above PLUS

  • Ongoing collection, and accounting of, rent.

Fully Managed 

As Rent Collect PLUS

  • Arrange for a professional inventory and schedule of condition to be carried out
  • Undertake regular property inspections  
  • Follow up on time limited Right to Rent checks
  • Dealing with day-to-day tenant enquiries
  • Managing repairs and maintenance issues
  • Instructing contractors 
  • Arranging for appropriate access
  • Arranging for payment through client account
  • Managing the transfer of utility contracts etc.
  • Arranging for exit inspections and negotiating deposit release.