Whether you're a new landlord or an experienced investor, we're totally committed to delivering the results you expect.
We ensure your property is let fast, to the right tenants and at the best possible rent. Our team is dedicated to a personal service and unique approach.
The real value of your property could be far greater than you realize. A few simple improvements such as changing your curtains or a fresh coat of paint can make a huge difference to the amount that tenants would be willing to pay.
With our expert knowledge, we'll give you the right advice to unlock your property's true potential.
Light and smell trigger emotions, affect moods and influence decisions. If your house is well presented you have a far better chance of getting it let quickly and to the right tenants.
Simply call us on 01522 904904 or 0151 458 3122 and we will be happy to visit you at your property to give a full rental valuation and discuss the services we offer. Alternatively fill in your details in the Request a Valuation box and we will be in touch!
All our properties are marketed on our website. We also advertise our portfolio on Rightmove Students and easy roommate.
We offer a fully managed service, which covers every aspect of property letting, including finding tenants, referencing, signing tenancy agreements, inspections, collecting rent and carrying out maintenance. We also provide a residential letting service so our landlords can keep their properties under one roof, please see our residential letting page here.
If you choose our Managed service, there is a set up fee of £450 per property (£375 + VAT). This fee covers viewings and marketing of the property including a To Let board, preparation of the tenancy agreement, sourcing and referencing suitable tenants, the check in and registration of the tenants deposit. Our ongoing fee for managing the property is 13.2% (11% + VAT).
Firstly, if you have a mortgage, you will need to obtain consent to let from your lender. You will also need an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) and a valid gas safety record if there is a gas supply to the property. If you are providing furniture, you will need to make sure it has fire safe labels attached. These are all standard legal requirements for letting a property.
It is a good idea to have insurance in place for any contents you have within the property such as furniture and white goods. The tenants are responsible for insuring their own possessions. You should also have dedicated Landlords Buildings/Contents insurance in place as your standard home insurance policy may not cover you while you are renting the property out.