Property Management

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Whether you are a first time landlord or a seasoned portfolio landlord, property management has many benefits. You should decide how much personal involvement you wish to have with the tenants and the property. On the one hand you may wish to collect rent and deal with any running repairs yourself, alternatively you may want to stay at arms length, preferring full property management.

There is much to do when letting out your property. To begin with, you need to prepare your property so it is ready to let. This involves dealing with mortgage lenders, sorting out rent collection, tax matters, insurance cover, utility bills, keys and inventories, and acquiring safety certificates for gas, electrics and appliances: the list goes on. As your managing agent, we can manage all of these tasks on your behalf.

Once your property is ready for tenants to move in, we will manage it throughout the tenancy, providing regular account statements along the way.

Advantages of property management

Tenants are requesting managed properties

Full property management is certainly worth considering if you want things as hassle free as possible. Increasingly we are finding that tenants are only considering properties to rent that are managed by an agency. This is a growing trend and we can understand why – tenants want the guarantee if something goes wrong, it will be rectified immediately. And, what’s more, tenants don’t mind paying a premier rent for this peace of mind!

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