Introduction Service

Sole Agency: 10% +VAT (12% inclusive of VAT) On this level of service, we will:

  • Market the property as we consider appropriate (see Definitions) and unless otherwise agreed accompany prospective tenants on viewings.
  • Report all offers received and negotiate acceptable terms for the Tenancy.
  • Apply for references on the Tenant as appropriate. This will usually be via the services of a Credit Referencing Agency.
  • Prepare or administer on your behalf an appropriate Tenancy Agreement to be signed by both parties.
  • Unless otherwise instructed, hold the Tenant’s security deposit as Stakeholder. Where the Tenancy is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy the deposit will be held and protected in accordance with Compulsory Tenancy Deposit Protection requirements under the Housing Act 2004. See G6 below Tenancy Deposit Protection.

Rent Collection Service

Sole Agency: 10% +VAT (12% inclusive of VAT) On this level of service, we will:

  • Market the property as we consider appropriate (see Definitions) and unless otherwise agreed accompany prospective Tenants on viewings.
  • Report all offers received and negotiate acceptable terms for the Tenancy.
  • Apply for references on the Tenant as appropriate. This will usually be via the services of a Credit Referencing Agency.
  • Prepare or administer on your behalf an appropriate Tenancy Agreement to be signed by both parties.
  • Unless otherwise instructed, hold the Tenant’s security deposit as Stakeholder. Where the Tenancy is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy the deposit will be held and protected in accordance with Compulsory Tenancy Deposit Protection requirements under the Housing Act 2004.
  • Demand and receive rent from the Tenant on your behalf (unless otherwise instructed), and forward this to your bank, less our fees and any other appropriate deductions.
  • Prior to the end of the initial term of the Tenancy ascertain the intentions of both parties and serve any appropriate notices.
  • Negotiate any required and agreed extension or renewal of the Tenancy and prepare the relevant documentation.
  • On receipt of written confirmation from both parties of the agreement reached between the Landlord and Tenant regarding any deductions to be made from the deposit, disperse the deposit as instructed and confirmed in writing by both parties, and where applicable in accordance with the Compulsory Tenancy Deposit Protection Scheme (see G6 below).
  • Please note that at this level of service we do not assess or negotiate between the parties any costs due to the Landlord from the Tenant’s deposit.

Full Management Service

Sole Agency: 13% +VAT (15.6% inclusive of VAT) On this level of service, we will:

  • Market the property as we consider appropriate (see definitions) and unless otherwise agreed accompany prospective Tenants on viewings.
  • Report all offers received and negotiate acceptable terms for the Tenancy.
  • Apply for references on the Tenant as appropriate. This will usually be via the services of a Credit Referencing Agency.
  • Prepare or administer on your behalf an appropriate Tenancy Agreement to be signed by both parties.
  • Arrange for a professional Inventory and Schedule of Condition of the property to be made by an independent inventory firm, and for the checking of the Inventory at the commencement and end of the Tenancy.
  • Deposit Protection.
  • Unless otherwise instructed, hold the Tenant’s security deposit as Stakeholder Where the Tenancy is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy the deposit will be held and protected in accordance with Compulsory Tenancy Deposit Protection requirements under the Housing Act 2004. See G6 below Tenancy Deposit Protection.
  • Demand and receive rent from the Tenant on your behalf
  • Visit the property at three months and then every six months during the Tenancy, to conduct a visual check of the condition and report to you in writing.
  • Submit regular detailed statements of account to you relating to all transactions undertaken on your behalf.
  • Prior to the end of the initial term of the Tenancy ascertain the intentions of both parties and serve any appropriate notices.
  • Negotiate any required and agreed extension or renewal of the Tenancy and prepare the relevant documentation.
  • At the end of the Tenancy, upon receipt of the inventory check-out report, calculate and agree with the Tenant an appropriate cost or compensation for any damage not due to fair wear and tear owed to you and organise on your behalf any cleaning or repairs, replacement prior to releasing any balance of the deposit monies.
  • Forward to you any post passed or forwarded to us or found by us at the property.

For a full break down of our services and fee please see our Terms of Business Here