Becoming a Landlord is a huge responsibility in todays market. Onerous and time consumning with so much to think about. One of the biggest concerns a Landlord will have is the quality of the tenant. This should be absolutely paramount over everything else and our agents are experienced enough to ensure the right tenants are found for you.
1. Rental Valuation
Most agents will profess expert knowledge. We have over 25 years experience in valuing properties from studio units through to 10 bedroom executive homes. We have proven valuation methods ensuring maximum values, whilst not compromising vacant periods of occupation.
Before launching your property we introduce it to our pre-qualified database of professional applicants to see if any match your specified criteria. With strong letting market conditions generally viewings are commenced almost immediately.
Properties are uploaded to our own website, which feeds other well known property search portals. They are also placed in our LED window display.
We accompany all our viewings and arrange to suit you, or if the property is vacant we will always notify you each time we visit. Once the viewing is completed and we have your feedback this will be reported back to you, usually an automated service and it includes our own analysis of the tenants profile.
4. Letting Your Property
You're handing the control of your property to a third party. This should be handled by a mature, qualified individual who will handle it as you would. We have a large database of professional applicants and corporate bodies who undergo a profiling process before they are added to the system.
Our referencing process is outsourced, guaranteeing credit searches and employment history results. In a nutsehll if they don't pass the checks applicants are flatly declined. We introduce hundred of tenants to Landlords each year. On average tenants are remaining in properties for three years, but some are occupied for seven to ten years.
Once the application is succsessful we arrange with our inventory clerk to check the tenants in and complete the necessary paperwork.