Energy Performance Certificates and Landlord's Gas Safety Certificates (for properties with gas) are also required by law, so we would require copies of those too. If you don't have them already, we can arrange for them to be done on your behalf should you wish. The Energy Performance Certificate is required before the property can be marketed on your behalf, whilst the Landlord's Gas Safety Certificate (also called a CP12), is required before the tenant moves into the property.
Yes you can, however, if there are 3 or more people sharing a property, making 2 or more “households”, then an electrical test certificate will be required. If you let to 5 persons or more and the property is 3 or more storeys high, then an HMO licence will be required.
As part of our fully managed service, we offer for just 3% of the rent a Rent Guarantee Service. This means the rent will be covered by an insurance policy should the tenant default. We will also serve relevant Notices to enforce the applicable legislation to gain possession if required. (Terms and conditions apply to the Rent Guarantee Scheme – please ask for further details).
Tenants may give 1 month's notice to vacate, in writing, as long as the vacation date is not before the end of the initial term of the tenancy as per the dates on the Tenancy Agreement.
Fully managed properties are automatically contacted in the fifth month of their tenancy to see what their intentions are. If they wish to renew or extend, we will then contact you to discuss options. There is no charge for this service.
The tenants may give 30 days notice to vacate, in writing, as long as the vacation date is not before the end of the initial term of the tenancy as per the dates on the Tenancy Agreement.
Once we have received notice from the tenants, we will discuss relet options with you, including marketing, suggestions for improvements/rent changes etc. We will then remarket the property during the tenants notice period in the hope of finding a tenant as soon as possible to keep the void period of your property to the absolute minimum.
Yes usually, unless stated otherwise, but safe and appropriate tools must be supplied by the landlord to facilitate this.
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