Our Property Management team are highly experienced and qualified with over 15 years combined experience within the industry. We cover all of London. We look after all aspects of Lettings and Management and deal with all queries which may arise during a tenancy, providing peace of mind to our customers that they are in safe hands. Our aim is to provide a swift resolution to any problem you may occur, discuss any concerns you may have, and work hard to build a rapport with both the landlord and the tenant. 

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 investment. 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 are known to go above and beyond in providing a great service to all parties involved.

Fee Structure:

Our Lettings and Management Fees start from 5% plus VAT.

Please note we provide bespoke services subject to your requirements.

We can also provide Administration & Rent Collection services to Landlords not using our services for a reasonable rate.

What you can expect from us:

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.

Supplying our clients with legislative information upon request. Providing email newsletters and updates accordingly.

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.

Liaising with the Tenant and reporting to the Landlord with recommended course of action.

Carry out property inspection every 6 months report to 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.

As a Landlord, you have an obligation to ensure that your property complies with all the necessary regulations. These include:

A full electrical installation condition report (EICR). This must be carried out every 5 years. Insurance companies will not honour claims where the certificate is not present. PAT testing is compulsory.

Smoke alarms must be fitted as standard on each level (or kitchen). Carbon Monoxide alarm recommended installation.

First aid kit and a fire blanket fixed to a kitchen wall (or within a kitchen cupboard) in recommended.

Annual gas safety checks on all appliances.

Making sure any furniture or furnishings comply with safety regulations.

Making sure water tanks are tested for Legionella if a property has been empty for more than 2 months.

All buildings in the private rented sector require an EPC with a minimum rating of E. This certificate will remain valid for ten years. Landlords are required by law to obtain and make available a copy of the EPC to prospective tenants at the earliest opportunity and must provide the person who takes up the tenancy with a copy. Your Home Managed can organise an EPC from an approved supplier at a competitive rate. Please note that from 2025 the minimum rating will be C. 

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.

We can help you set up your property and will always give you free advice.

If you are searching for a Property Management or Letting Agency, get in contact with us today to discuss the service you require and how we can help.

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