LANDLORD SERVICES AND FEES

TENANT FIND ONLY - Equivilant of One Months Rent with a minimum of £300

  • Rental Appraisal
  • Full Advertising
  • Qualify suitable applicants
  • 7days a week accompanied viewings
  • Regular updates on property performance
  • Reference and Credit Check suitable tenants
  • Inventory Service
  • Advise utility companies and local authority on Commencement of Tenancy
  • Issue and sign Assured Short hold Tenancy Agreement (AST)
  • Registration of the deposit with DPS

MANAGEMENT SERVICE - 10% PER MONTH WITH INITAL SET UP OF:- One Months Rent with a mimimum fee of £300

  • Reference and vet prospective tenants
  • Prepare the contracts ready for signing
  • Arrange Routine Visits
  • Conduct and liaise with property maintenance companies to deal with any issues
  • Deal with the Annual rent review
  • Collect rent
  • Debt Collection Service
  • Produce Monthly Statements
  • Arrange a gas certificates
  • Liaise with the DPS

Your deposit will be help with a government authorised scheme, our chosen provider is DPS - Deposit Protection Scheme (www.depositprotection.com) The landlord may decide to protect the deposit in their own

 

 

TENANTS INFORMATION


The only payments that can now be charged to tenants for new contracts are:

  • Rent;
  • A refundable tenancy deposit capped at no more than 5 weeks’ rent (where the total annual rent is less than £50,000), or 6 weeks’ rent (where the total annual rent is £50,000 or above);
  • A refundable holding deposit (to reserve a property) capped at no more than 1 week’s rent;
  • Payments associated with early termination of the tenancy, when requested by the tenant;
  • Payments in respect of utilities, communication services, TV license and Council Tax;

A default fee for late payment of rent and replacement of a lost key/security device giving access to the housing, where required under the tenancy agreement

 

 

Your deposit will be help with a government authorised scheme, our chosen provider is DPS - Deposit Protection Scheme (www.depositprotection.com) The landlord may decide to protect the deposit in their own scheme.