Landlord Services

Why Us

Our Fully Managed Service

A free no obligation property valuation
Professional photographs
Advertising on our website and Rightmove
Additional local advertising. Cost to be agreed
The display of a 'To Let Board' (if permitted)
Accompanied viewings
Introduction of tenants and all negotiations
Obtaining all relevant credit checks/references
Arranging a full written and photographic inventory of your property ( * )
Arrange all safety certificates in compliance with current legislation
AST agreement to comply with latest legislation
Drafting the relevant assured shorthold tenancy
Arranging utilities and council tax accounts
Collecting of rent and settling contractors’ invoices
Tenant deposit to be held in the relevant scheme
Arranging contractors to carry out maintenance work
Regular property inspections
Tenant check-in
Final inspection, check-out & deposit return
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(*) We will create a basic inventory as part of this service, but it would be advisable to obtain a full professional inventory, carried out and verified by a third party, the costs vary depending on size of property.

Our Services

The full management service includes all the above services plus any additional services, such as property preparation or renovation which is available if required.

Full Property Management – Fees from 8% – NO VAT

Introduction Only – Fees from £300.00 – NO VAT

our services

Tenant Find Only Service

  • Full marketing of your property including taking photographs.
  • Advertising on our own website and Rightmove
  • Accompanied viewings (additional fee*)
  • Arranging for relevant safety certificates to be completed
  • Taking of references and obtaining credit checks of applicants
  • Tenant deposit to be held in approved scheme.
  • Draft AST (assured shorthold tenancy) agreement

(*) It is advisable to have an inventory/schedule of condition, this can be arranged at an additional cost

(*) Accompanied viewings will be charge is addition, to be agreed, prior.

Rental Guarantee

Every effort is made to find suitable tenants for your property, however from time-to-time people’s circumstances change and ability to make rental payments change. To safeguard landlords against the unexpected we would advise that RENT GUARANTEE AND LEGAL EXPENSES Insurance is taken out and put on your property. Please contact us for further details.

Mortgaged Properties

If the property to be rented is mortgaged, we would request sight of the mortgage conditions that confirm the property can be let, or a letter of consent from lender before commencing any tenancy, you should check all conditions, just in case there are fees you must pay to the lender. 

Leasehold Properties

If the property to be rented is leasehold, then the terms of your lease should be checked to ensure rental is permitted.


You should ensure that you are suitably covered for letting under both your buildings and contents insurance (if required).

Council Tax

For all managed properties we will inform the relevant local authority of a change of occupancy or a property becoming unoccupied at the end of a tenancy agreement; this will not be our responsibility for an Introduction only tenancy.

Overseas Landlords

If you live outside of the UK, unless you can provide evidence of an exemption certificate or have completed the necessary documents (NRL1) from the Inland Revenue, tax will be deducted at source.


We will comply with all relevant and current legislation regarding tenants’ deposits. It is important for you to understand that as the property owner and landlord are legally responsible for such.  

Gas Safety Certificate (GSC)

Law requires that all gas appliances are checked on an annual basis by a GAS SAFE registered gas engineer, we will arrange for this to be completed each year and a certificate held on file. This will not be our responsibility for an Introduction only tenancy.

Electric Installation Condition Report (EICR)

New legislation in 2020 requires that all residential rental properties have a certified electrical check carried out on a regular basis (current certificates are five years). You may also be liable for any unsafe electrical appliance. 

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

From 1st October 2008 most properties in the UK required an EPC to be available for prospective tenants, there are a few exemptions, we will check what is required and instruct as necessary, these are currently valid for 10 years.


Any furniture left in the property must comply with furnishing and safety fire regulations.