Our lettings department provides a first class service to landlords and have a strong reputation for renting their properties to the world’s largest companies and top quality tenants through an established network of contacts.
Each tenant is interviewed and vetted to ensure that they meet our high standards. In addition we take full references (including employers references), credit checks, where possible previous landlord references and if necessary personal guarantors.
The lettings team is supported by our property management department that have a reputation for always going that extra mile in the line of duty. Led by one of our directors they are responsible for managing a large portfolio of houses and apartments within some of London’s most prestigious addresses.
Their responsibilities include rental collection, furnishing, inventories, maintenance and they are the contact point between the landlord and tenant. This helps ensure that both sides are happy throughout the rental period.
The key features of our management service:
- We’ll handle the day-to-day (or late evening) problems as they happen
- We can manage single units to portfolios of any size
- We can take over an existing management contract
- Great value compared to typical high street agent management fees
- Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for responding to emergencies
- Ongoing monthly rental collection from your tenant
- Prompt BACS payments to the landlords for rents
- Detailed monthly accounting to the landlord including provisions for contractor invoices
- Arrears chasing subject to pre-agreed arrears management process
- Collection of missed payments or arrears by debit/credit card
- Retain tax and pay Inland Revenue in respect of non UK resident landlords
- Deal with Inland Revenue if necessary in respect of all landlord rental income queries
- Deal with landlord and tenant enquiries in relation to rent and property maintenance
- Carry out property inspection every 3 months report to landlord
- Check property compliance with safety regulations and current legislation
- Arrange for an independent inventory check out
- Inform all utility providers of new tenants name
- Deal with (and offer advice on) any claims for damages arising from the ‘Check out’ Report