If you are looking to let your property we offer a personal service that begins with helpful guidance and advice.

We make the entire property rental process easier for you so why not give us a try?


  • Properties advertised on Rightmove, Zoopla and Primelocation.
  • Full property management services.
  • Highly concentrated marketing.
  • Assured Shorthold tenancy agreement.
  • Guarantor agreements available when necessary. 
  • Accompanied viewings available at no extra cost to you.
  • In-depth credit checks carried out.
  • References sought. 
  • Inventory created.
  • Rent collection.
  • Three and six month inspections. 
  • Maintenance mangament. 
  • Deposits held in legally required Tenant Deposit Scheme.


Landlord responsibilities

As a landlord, you have a number of responsibilities for the buy-to-let property, including:

  • repairs to the structure and exterior of the property
  • maintenance of heating and water systems
  • maintenance of bathroom installations
  • gas safety check of all gas appliances carried out each year (this must be done by a Gas Safe-registered engineer)
  • ensuring electrics and all electrical appliances are safe
  • ensuring furniture meets fire-safety regulations
  • carrying out a condition check at the start of the tenancy, including smoke-detector testing

Gas certificates

It is a legal requirement to provide the property with an annual gas safety certificate if your property has gas.

Energy-performance certificates

You need to get an energy-performance certificate (EPC) when you let the property to new tenants. This tells them how energy efficient the property is and gives you recommendations for how you can improve energy efficiency.

If you don't have an EPC available for prospective tenants to view, you could risk a fine. The only exception is houses in multiple occupation (HMO). These are exempt from the EPC rules as they typically have to abide by stricter regulations.

Solid fuel burning

If there is a solid fuel burner in the property it is a legal requirement that there is a carbon monoxide alarm and that it is regularly tested.

Fire alarms

It is a legal requirement to have a fire alarm installed on every floor of every rental property.

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