This is for the initial arrangement fee for the letting of the property, which includes advertising on the relevant platforms, taking incoming calls from potential tenants, arranging and conducting viewings, setting up the tenancy when we have negotiated a deal and providing the relevant, legally binding documentation to the new tenants.
If you have a gas supply in your property, you’re required by law to provide a valid gas certificate. A valid gas certificate also has to be provided to a tenant before they move in to your property. Failure to do so will be breaking the law and will also affect your right to evict a tenant, should you require possession of your property at the end of the fixed term period. This all falls in line with the ‘How to Rent Guide’, which also has to be given to a tenant on or before the day they move in to your property.
As of 1st October 2015, a landlord must provide a tenant with a valid EPC. If an EPC is not provided, this will affect your right to evict a tenant, should you require possession of your property at the end of the fixed term period. This all falls in line with the ‘How to Rent Guide’, which also has to be given to a tenant on or before the day they move in to the property.
Providing your tenants with a Landlord Electrical Safety Certificate is highly recommended as a responsible landlord. Although it’s not always mandatory to provide one, it covers both your back and the tenants if any electrical problems do occur. If you fail to provide tenants with an electrical safety certificate you’re leaving yourself open to a significant amount of financial risk should any electrical faults occur.
Registration of your deposit with your preferred registration scheme.
Full inventory of the property and furnishings (if applicable), including photos and meter readings.
We'll meet your new tenant at the property on move in day and check them in against your inventory.
Contract negotiation, amending and updating terms and drawing up a new tenancy agreement.