We recognise that choosing your property partner is a very important decision for all our property investors and landlords.
That's why we pride ourselves in providing a 'people' service, tailored to each person's requirements. We also appreciate that renting out your property can provide you with one of the most stable forms of investment – so we pride ourselves on our knowledge of good rental property investments, gained with over 10 years of experience, plus up-to-date and local knowledge.
All the time your property is let and managed the value of your property appreciates in line with property prices and also gives you a regular monthly income. This means that your property is both looked after and paid for while you are abroad or working away.
We are completely dedicated to lettings and property management as we strongly believe it is better for our property investors and landlords if we deliver a specialised lettings and management service really well, rather than have a bit of knowledge about lots of property matters.
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We also recognise that you will require a long-term, quality, and completely focused service. Even if you only want a Tenant Introduction service we aim to ensure that you will be delighted with our approach, and that you will come back to us to re-let your property in the future.
Once instructed by you, we can start the marketing process within a few hours – using one of the most technically-advanced letting agent websites. Our online investment ensures that prospective tenants can immediately download your property details, search with interactive maps, and sign up for new property alerts.
We want to make sure that private rented housing is fit to live in, safe, secure and properly managed.
While we have tried to make this section as comprehensive as possible, there are a number of our services which will also be available to give you further advice on being a landlord, particularly in relation to your responsibilities to occupants and the standard of accommodation you are providing.
Remember, this is only a guide and not a definitive interpretation of all housing legislation. If you are uncertain about your position, you should seek independent legal advice on letting your property through a solicitor or a professional letting agent.
Being a landlord should be made easier if you are clear from the start as to what exactly you have to let, how you want to let it and what is involved in letting out your property. We want to help both existing and prospective landlords to provide accommodation of a high standard.
Do bear in mind that some of the regulations may change in future. Please check with the appropriate contacts if there is anything you are not sure about.