Landlord Services

A range of services to make your life easier. Manage your property yourself, or pass the keys over and let us handle everything — whatever works best for you.

Property Management:

Rent Collection

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We'll collect the rent from your tenants, manage any arrears, and pass the money straight to your bank account. We only need a few details to get started then you can relax, the rent is sorted.
£25.00 PCM

Full Property Management

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Managing a property can be a very time consuming task. Allow our property manager to handle these matters for you, from tenancy renewals to booking in routine maintenance and ensuring that you are meeting current safety standards and legal requirements. We deal with all the admin and paperwork, safety inspections, interim property inspections and even provide your tenant with a 24hr emergency helpline.
£65.00 PCM


Rightmove Featured Property

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Get twice the visibility by moving your property advert to the top of the results and receive more enquiries from tenants. Our Rightmove Featured Property listing will showcase your property on Rightmove as a featured property making it stand out from the crowd for 7 days.

Viewings Package

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We will conduct viewings for you at your property using a local professional.

  • 5 x 30 minute viewing slots
  • Key safe may be required

Professional Photography

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Dramatically increase the interest in your property with stunning professional photography. Our photographer will attend and take professional standard photographs of your property and then provide you with 8 shots as JPEG files. You have the option to purchase additional photos if required.


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A 2D floorplan of your property to help with your marketing and allow potential tenants to visualise the space and layout before viewing.

Professional Photography + Floorplan

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Purchase a 2D floorplan together with professional photography and save £22.


Energy Performance Certificate

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An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) tells you how energy efficient a home is on a scale of A-G which in turns provides potential tenants with a insight into the potential fuel bills of a property. An accredited energy assessor will visit your property and complete an energy assessment before issuing a certificate which will be registered on the national database and is valid for 10 years.

Electrical Safety Certificate

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All electrical equipment provided at a rental property must meet the requirements of UK health and safety legislation. Landlords have a duty of care to ensure that all electrical installations and equipment are maintained in a safe condition throughout the rental period. This certificate is produced by a qualified electrical engineer and is valid for a period of 12 months. It includes:
  • visually inspect six electrical appliances
  • carry out a polarity and earth fault loop test on some random sockets.
  • establish if the correct protective bonding conductors are present
  • test the RCD
  • assess the condition of the consumer unit

Gas Safety Certificate

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UK gas safety regulations require that all landlords arrange for an annual gas safety check and inspection at their rental properties. A qualified and registered gas engineer must visit the property and check pipework, appliances and flues which are provided for use by the tenants. Once the engineer has completed a safety check a gas safety certificate will be issued and a copy of this will be uploaded to your account for safe keeping.

Tenancy Documents + Deposit Lodge

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Create, send and sign an electronic tenancy agreement. This is the quickest and most convenient way to create or renew a tenancy agreement for property rentals in England and Wales. Everything is done by email and it is legally binding to the same extent as a pen and paper agreement. Perfect for times when it is not convenient to meet your new tenants just to collect signature.
Includes deposit lodge with Deposit Protection Scheme for new tenancies.

Electrical Installation Condition Report

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An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), until recently called a Periodic Inspecton Report, is a detailed electrical inspection service comprising an in-depth examination of a property's electrical installation and a report detailing any necessary remedial work. The inspection will:
  • show if any of electrical circuits or equipment are overloaded
  • reveal any poor electrical work
  • discover any potential safety risks such as electrical shocks
  • establish the adequacy of earthing or bonding
  • check the serviceability of equipment
  • determine the extent of any wear and tear and damage

Tenancy Management:

Tenant Check In

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An independent clerk will attend the property at the start of the tenancy to perform a key handover and complete a check in report. The report will record the keys handed over and also make a note of the meter readings and locations. It is best to combine this with an Inventory.

Tenant Check Out

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An independent clerk will attend the property at a pre arranged time with a copy of the original Inventory to perform a check against it. A report will be produced with detailed photographs and observing the condition of items, fixtures and fittings at the end of the tenancy. In addition the report will note the party which has responsibility for making good. It is a vital tool when dealing with deposit disputes.


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A qualified independent Inventory Clerk will attend the property to produce an Inventory report. The Inventory will provide a complete list of the fixtures, fittings and furniture provided whilst also recording the condition at the start of a tenancy. These reports are important and act as a record against which you can check things during and at the end of the tenancy.


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An independent professional to visit your property at a pre-arranged time with your tenants in order to complete a condition inspection and record this in a report. The report will highlight any new or ongoing issues that your tenant raises and also allow you to keep track of any routine maintenance that is required at the property.