Residential Lettings: finding you the perfect tenants

Our Lettings team is highly experienced and qualified with over 15 years of combined experience within the industry. We can look after all aspects of lettings and management and deal with all queries which may arise during a tenancy, whether that be a House, Flat, or Room Rental, providing peace of mind to our customers that they are in safe hands. 

When you instruct Your Home Managed to market your property, we will discuss your needs and agree on a marketing price. We will then prepare your property's details ready to be displayed with professional photographs, floor plans, and accurate descriptions to attract potential tenants. These details will be advertised on our website, and all major property advertising portals.

Please note our lines operate 24/7 with a specialist out-of-hours team to deal with enquiries and emergencies.

It is our obligation to give Landlords peace of mind by protecting their investments. We are known to go above and beyond in providing a great service to all parties involved. A well-managed property increases the chances of a tenant remaining in the property for a greater period. Our experienced team will ensure your property is regularly inspected, monitored, and maintained to your needs, standards, and expectations.

  • We can manage single units to portfolios of any size. We can also take over any existing management contracts you have in place.
  • We will organise Professional Photography, a Property Board, and detailed advertisements to ensure your property stands out from others. We also complete your Tenancy Administration, Comprehensive Referencing for each tenant, and register the deposit for the length of the tenancy once you have accepted a tenant's offer. This is all included in our fee.
  • Ongoing monthly rental collection from your tenants.
  • Prompt BACS payments to landlords for rent payments.
  • Detailed monthly accounting and statements to the landlord including provisions for contractor invoices. We can also provide annual statements and more.
  • Collection of missed payments or arrears.
  • Retain tax and pay Inland Revenue in respect of non-UK resident landlords.
  • Deal with HMRC if necessary, in respect of all landlord rental income queries.
  • Ensuring that our clients' properties always comply with the latest safety regulations.
  • Inform utility companies when a change of tenancy takes place, as well as assisting tenants to ensure there are no delays or misunderstandings.
  • Arranging routine repairs and maintenance with a selection of suitable contractors. We are happy to tailor this to your needs, accordingly, including the use of your own preferred contractors and suppliers.
  • Supplying our clients with legislative information upon request. Providing email newsletters and updates accordingly.
  • Liaising with the Tenant and reporting to the Landlord with a recommended course of action.
  • Carry out property inspection every 6 months report to the landlord along with Digital Photos.
  • Arrange for an independent inventory check-in and check-out.
  • Registering Deposits under TDS or DPS.
  • Deal with (and offer advice on) any claims for damages arising from the 'Check out' Report.
  • The reconciliation of deposit at the end of the tenancy.
  • Fully Insured and Registered with UKALA Client Money Protection schemes.
  • UKALA Registered.

Before you can market your property for rental purposes, you will need to:

Consider your mortgage. If you are thinking about letting a property that has previously been occupied by an owner-occupier you will need to inform the current mortgage lender that tenants will be living in the property. In most instances, you will be required to switch to a buy-to-let mortgage.

Consider your local authority. Councils often require to be notified of rented properties, and often landlords are required to pay for a license.

Get specialist landlord insurance, you will not be covered by regular household insurance.

Let your freeholder (if you have one) know that tenants will be living in the property.

Decide if you are going to rent your flat as furnished or unfurnished. We can help you decide.

If you are going to be living overseas apply to HMRC for your Non-Resident Landlord exemption certificate.

Fee Breakdown

We cover all of London.

Please note we provide bespoke services subject to your requirements.

Complete the form below and a member of the team will contact you ASAP.

We cover the whole of London

This map displays properties we currently Manage or have previously Let. 

We cover the whole of London and some surrounding areas. 

Through years of experience, we complete extensive research on every property we Let or Manage to ensure the expected rent is accurate to the market, and the property advert displays the most important information about your property and the local area.

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If you reside in the property you can decide whether you want us to show your property when you are present, to only do viewings online, or to give us keys to accompany prospective tenants whilst you are away from the property. We will ensure viewings are booked around your required needs and follow all government guidelines. If the property is an tenanted, we liaise with the tenants and provide notices for all viewings accordingly.

The Offer Process

All tenants must complete a formal Offer Form confirming their information and offer they are putting forward. As soon as we have received an offer from a prospective tenant, we will put this forward to you to discuss further and when required, negotiate on your behalf. The landlord always has the final say, although we will be assisting you along the way.

Property Reservation Fee

A reservation deposit is required when a tenant's offer is accepted on a property. This is not a Tenants Fee. If for any reason the tenant decided not to go ahead with their offer, the reservation deposit will be retained to cover administrative costs already incurred. It will be offset against the first rent and full deposit payments if the tenant proceeds with the tenancy. Paying a reservation deposit does not legally oblige either party to enter the tenancy, however, the reservation deposit is only taken once the tenants offer is accepted by the landlord.

Rent and Deposits

An advance rental payment is required prior to the commencement of the tenancy. This is usually paid once the tenants have passed referencing and signed their tenancy agreement, at least a few days before the move-in date. A deposit is also required from the tenant which will be held under a Tenancy Deposit Scheme until end of the tenancy, and then returned to the tenant subject to the details of the inventory report. Your Home Managed is a member of the Tenancy Deposit scheme for regulated agents (TDS). This is an approved scheme which has been introduced to ensure that tenancy deposits are securely held and any disputes about their return are resolved quickly, cheaply and fairly.

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