Landlord Advice

Finding the right people to rent your property

If anyone other than you has to live in your property, we know you’d like to make sure that they take just as much care of it as you would. To help you do that, we’ve identified four key things you need to pay attention to – presentation, preparation, legislation and deliberation.


A nice, clean tenant wants to know that the place they’re moving into has always been kept up to standard. So, it’s important to make sure that when you host viewings, the flat is looking and smelling its best. If not, the only people who’ll stick around are the tenants who don’t look and smell good.


Decide on the exact date you want your property to be let and let us know six to eight weeks ahead of schedule. This gives us time to meet a larger number of suitable tenants and select the best. It also allows some space to sort out essentials such as gas safety regulations, inventories etc.


Don’t let your hard work and money be compromised because of a legal technicality. What do the fire and furnishing regulations, an electrical safety certificate and the new Tenancy Deposit Scheme mean for you? That’s what we’re here for – our expertise is particularly useful when it comes to avoiding legal potholes.


It’s fair for you to have an idea of how much you want for your property but the market is a tricky place. So, it’s important to seriously consider our advice when we give you insights into the reality of our industry and the best options available to you.


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