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We outline on this page a basic, quick guide and overview for Landlords, to explain what is typically involved with letting property. If you need any further information or advice, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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Get the below services along with lettings
- Rental Valuation & Inspection
- Advice to landlords on furnishings, health and safety issues and any maintenance recommendations.
- Advertising & Marketing your property on our State of the Art website, UK’s leading property portals, emailing and SMS message details to all potential applicants along with newspaper advertising where appropriate.
- We accompany all viewings wherever possible
- Extensive referencing of tenants who wish to rent your property, via the Maras Group, using an extensive 25 point verification check on each and every applicant, Maras also offer a range of enhanced financial security policies for landlords if applicable.
- Preparation of the tenancy agreement/s.
- Collection of initial rent and deposit.
- Setting up standing order mandate for future rent subject to the tenancy commencing.
Providing Complete Management services
- A professionally prepared detailed inventory of contents and condition.
- Arranging maintenance.
- Dealing with day to day tenant problems that may arise.
- Transfer of utility accounts, electric, gas, council tax and water.
- Closing inspection and check out at end of tenancy.
- Organising return of deposit subject to the property being returned in a satisfactory condition.
- Look to find suitable new tenants prior to the expiry of the existing tenancy.
- We strongly advise our Landlords to carry out a full inventory for each separate tenancy. The purpose of checking an inventory is to establish damages which can only be done if descriptions and conditioning remarks are sufficiently detailed at the commencement of the tenancy and then at the end of the term.
- Under the terms of the tenancy agreement, the tenant is required to return the property and contents at the end of the tenancy in the same condition as they were at the commencement, fair wear and tear accepted. It is almost impossible to ascertain whether damage was caused during a tenancy without a proper inventory signed by all relevant parties.
- If instructed we will arrange a professional inventory and check in on your behalf, the cost of which is borne by the landlord. The tenants are responsible for paying for the checkout.We strongly advise our Landlords to carry out a full inventory for each separate tenancy. The purpose of checking an inventory is to establish damages which can only be done if descriptions and conditioning remarks are sufficiently detailed at the commencement of the tenancy and then at the end of the term.
Consent to Let
- If the landlord has a mortgage, it is normal for mortgagees to require notification of any proposed lettings and the landlord should seek their initial consent. In the case of leasehold premises, the consent of the Head Lessee of Freeholder will be required. The landlord should also advise his insurance company of the proposal to let the property as this could either invalidate the insurance altogether or increase the premiums. You should obtain written documentation of these consents prior to letting.
- The tenant will be responsible for the payment of gas, electricity, water, telephone, council tax and television licence. (Unless otherwise agreed and stated)
As the landlord, you are still responsible for the payment of service charges and ground rent in leasehold properties and buildings insurance on Freehold properties.