Summary of Rental Services

Summary of our most popular services


Our fee for Let Only Service is based on the five weeks rent plus VAT (minimum fee applies) and includes the following: (as appropriate)

  • Comprehensive marketing of the property via our office network and internet
  • Arranging/accompanying viewings
  • Process application (including credit check references)
  • Comprehensive report to landlord on findings
  • Preparation of Inventory & Schedule of Condition
  • Preparation of Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement
  • Arrange handover at tenancy commencement to sign paperwork
  • Collect first month’s rent and security deposit (in cleared funds, prior to tenancy start)
  • Instruction to bank to set up standing order for future rent payments
  • Transfer/manage utilities (gas, electric, water and council tax) via Spark/Ovo Energy
  • Transfer of security deposit to landlord for their registration to valid Tenancy Deposit Scheme


Our fee for the complete Let & Managed Service is one month’s rent (minimum fee applies) and a monthly management fee of 10.5% of the monthly rent plus VAT (12.6% inclusive) and includes all of the above with the following additional features:

  • Register security deposit with Tenancy Deposit Scheme
  • Collection of monthly rent and monitor rent payments
  • Periodic visits (1st: 5/6 weeks, 2nd: 3 months, 3rd: 6 months and 6-monthly thereafter)
  • Manage and monitor all maintenance issues (possible to tailor to each landlord’s requirements)
  • Monitor tenancy generally – communication with tenants regarding all aspects of tenancy
  • Regular updates of ever-changing Tenancy Legislation and Statutory Regulations
  • Provision of regular updates to landlords, as and when necessary
  • Preparing and issuing Notices in respect of the tenancy
  • Agreeing and documenting amendments or extensions of tenancy if appropriate
  • Comprehensive Check-Out Visit, including report
  • Negotiate dilapidations/deposit deductions
  • Administer return of Tenant’s Deposit
  • Management of Tenancy Deposit Disputes