If you are looking to let your own home or an investment property, we know that you will want a swift return on your investment and a smooth tenancy where your property is protected.
This company was founded on core values of marketing excellence and professional service. You can expect reliable advice on the rental value to ensure the best results as well as practical advice on how best to maximise on the return.
There are three levels of service available:
LET ONLY: We secure a tenant for your property, carry out referencing and put an Assured Shorthold Tenancy agreement in place. Our fees are paid at the start of the tenancy.
LET AND COLLECT: In addition to Let Only, we issue rent demands, receive incoming rent and submit monthly statements to the landlord. Our fees are deducted are deducted as a percentage each month.
FULL MANAGEMENT: In addition to Let and Collect, we take care of all ongoing repairs and maintenance, by agreement with you, handle regulatory compliance and deal with the accounting.
Today, letting your property is more regulated than ever, so most landlords choose our Let and Collect or Full Management options. We keep our fees competitive and you can upgrade your service options at only a little, or even no extra cost and leave all the hassle to us. Terms apply.
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Click here for our GUIDE FOR LANDLORDS which includes our standard Terms of Business, Fees and Costs.
Please note that the fees quoted are standard and various discounts may apply to you. Please contact us for details.
Contact us today to arrange your free market valuation. Click here to request an appointment or call 01737 370700
We are a member firm of The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) and the National Federation of Property Professionals (NFoPP). We are also a member of the redress scheme provided by The Property Ombudsman Scheme.
Our Clients' money is always safe, protected under ARLA's Clients' Money Protection Scheme.