Assisting both new and experienced landlords alike
Average tenancy via Edwards is 20 months
Average void period is 4 days
Securing you a tenant in under a week
All data from averaging our sales and letting figures for 2015
Two options to suit your needs
Tenant Finding Only
50% + vat of the first month’s rent
Marketing your property, finding you a tenant, dealing with the legal aspects and leaving you to do the rest.
We do everything & then you manage it ongoing. This is the perfect service for an experience landlord who knows the legal aspect of residential property and has a lot of time on your hands.
12% + vat
Marketing your property, finding you a tenant, dealing with the legal aspects and everything thereafter. It is basically the service where we do everything for you leaving you resting easy in the knowledge that you’re in safe hands. (14.4% inc vat)
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A few of the regulatory requirements and possible fines for noncompliance are…
- Tenancy Deposit – noncompliance of legislation means that you can be fined a hefty 3 times the deposit amount.
- Furniture & Regulations – noncompliance of legislation means could mean a £5,000 fine and/or six months imprisonment.
- Right to Rent checks & Immigration checks – You can be fined up to £3,000 for renting your property to someone who isn’t allowed to rent property in England.
- Landlord’s Right of Entry – It is in fact illegal for a landlord or agent to enter the property without permission from the tenant. Ultimately, a landlord has no right of entry unless the tenant grants them access or the landlord is given permission by the courts.
- How to Rent guide – It is part of the new legislation, which means you won’t be able to repossess your property without providing your tenant with the booklet. It should not be taken lightly.
- Rent Increase – If you try and increase rent unfairly the tenant can refuse and defer it to the Rent Assessment Panel
- General Upkeep & Repairs – The Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 sets out the rights and responsibilities of both landlord and tenant. If not dealt with in a certain way and in a certain time frame you may relinquish your right to be able to serve your tenants notice.
- Legionella Assessment – Do you know what legionella is… don’t worry we do and we’ll deal with it via our fully managed rental service.
- Prescribed Information – noncompliance of legislation means you forfeit your right to be able to serve a notice, i.e you will not be able to get your tenants out when you want.
- Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm Regulations – Responsibility for the enforcement of the legislation lies with the relevant local housing authority, and breaches of the guidance can be punished by a fine of up to £5000.
- Electrical Saftey – noncompliance of legislation constitute a criminal offence under the Consumer Protection Act 1987 that carries a maximum penalty on summary conviction of a £5000 fine and/or six months imprisonment.
- Gas safety Certs – Failure to comply with these regulations may lead to prosecution and/or imprisonment with fines up to £25,000.
These are only a few of the pitfalls in residential lettings. We are informed so that you don’t have to be so sign up to our Fully Managed package today.