as to the likely rental income.
Advertising and instant marketing of the property.
Finding a suitable tenant, agreeing the rent, interviewing them,
taking out references which will include a credit check.
preparing the tenancy agreement and corresponding notice necessary
for the landlord to gain protection from the relevant rent and
housing acts, renewing the agreement where necessary at the end
of the term.
Liasing with landlords, mortgagees where necessary with regard
to references and tenancy agreement.
Taking a deposit from the tenant to be held at the landlords'
agent until the property has been checked for unfair wear and
tear at the end of the tenancy.
Collecting the rent monthly and paying to the landlord promptly
less any fees or expenses due or incurred for this period. Payments
will be made by a direct bank transfer, whilst a detailed statement
will be forwarded by post to the landlord.
Advising service providers of meter readings and tenant details
at the beginning of the contract.
Co-ordination for repairs and maintenance including arranging
for tradesmen to attend the property and obtaining estimates where
necessary and settling accounts from rents received.
Carrying out an inspection at the end of the tenancy and dealing
with matters relating to unfair wear and tear before releasing
the tenants deposit.
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