Information for landlords
Over the years we have established a leading letting and property management service in the North London area. We offer a range of services from Rent Collection to a full Property Management Service at very competitive rates.From our large database of prospective tenants and multi national organisations looking to re-locate their staff, we can quickly find a suitable tenant for your property.So if you are a Landlord or thinking about Buying to Let and are searching for an agent known for providing a professional service then call us today on 020 8888 3231 and find out how you and your property can benefit from our range of services.
We will provide you with a free, no obligation valuation and any other advice which you may require regarding letting your property.
Preparation of Tenancy Agreements and service of all legal Notices during the tenancy. We negotiate and prepare a suitable tenancy agreement.
Rent is collected calendar monthly in advance. Rent will be sent to you once we are in receipt of cleared funds.
Every effort will be made by us to collect the rent and ensure that the account is up to date.
We are always striving to expand the range of services we offer, so that we can best meet your needs.
One of the services we offer is letting of various types of premises. We hope you will find something here for you. We try to match our offers to your expectations, and are constantly expanding them. If you would like your rental offer published on our site, please contact us. We will take care of photographing your property.
Management and Care of Property
We also offer a full range of services in the field of property management. Thanks to our many years of experience and our employees’ relevant education, we can guarantee professional property management. By taking advantage of our services, you will not have to worry about any of the legal or accounting matters connected with running a property.
We will take care of everything
The inventory, inspection, all the formalities – and we will organise it all with care and professionalism.
We also engage in interior renovation, and we offer a free estimate. We guarantee that our projects will suit your taste, your needs, and your budget. We offer an all-inclusive and professional service – from preparing a free estimate, through redesigning your interior, right up to the renovation itself. We take care of every aspect, which means that you do not need to dedicate any time or effort. The work we carry out includes jobs connected with plumbing, tiling, wall-smoothing and the electrical side of things, among many others. We also refurbish individual rooms, including bathrooms and kitchens, as well as taking care of various types of garden work. We employ only the best professionals.
General advice for landlords
Anyone wishing to become a landlord should be aware of the following
If your property is mortgaged you will need permission from your lender to let it. Some tenants may ask for proof of this as without it, their tenancy may be invalid.
You will need to ensure that you have adequate buildings and contents insurance (where applicable) and advise your insurer that you are letting the property.
You will need to give the tenant a written tenancy agreement.
Your property should be structurally sound with wiring, plumbing, heating and any appliances in good working order. These should be regularly serviced by an approved contractor.
Smoke alarms must be fitted to each floor of the property.
The interior and exterior of your property should be kept in good decorative order and all furnishings in good condition.
The property will need to be thoroughly cleaned and gardens tidied before a new tenancy begins.
If the property is left empty for any length of time, during the winter months, you will need to arrange for a plumber to drain the water system to help prevent damage caused by burst pipes.
You will need to remove valuable or sentimental items from your property before the tenancy begins.
Gas safety (Installation & Use) Regulations 1994 mean that all gas appliances in rented properties must be serviced and checked for safety annually by a Gas Safe registered installer. The installer will provide a Gas Safe Landlord Certificate after each check, a copy of which must be provided to tenant/s.
All properties must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). An EPC can only be provided by a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor. A copy of the EPC must be provided to all prospective tenants at the point when the property is ready for viewing.
Furniture and Furnishings Fire (safety) Regulations 1988 (as amended) require landlords to ensure that all soft furnishings meet certain safety standards