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Advertise Only

  • A. SERVICE
    1. Viewing property and carrying our rental value assessment, and offering advice as required.
    2. Preparing property details for marketing.
    3. Advertising on The Agents website, in the local press and on Internet property portals as appropriate.
    4. Sending property details to applicants, conducting viewings and negotiating offers.

 

If you require our services beyond this point, please enquire about our Let Only or Full Management services.

  • B. NOTES AND GENERAL TERMS
    1. Whilst The Agent shall use their best commercial judgement in the execution of their Service hereunder, The Agent shall not under any circumstances be liable for non-payment of rent or any other outcome of the tenancy or for any legal costs resulting therefrom. Insurance policies are recommended to cover such risks.
  • C. FEES
    1. Advertise Only Fee equivalent to £200 payable before the commencement of execution of this Service hereunder.

Let Only

  • A. SERVICE
    1. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act 2005 with regard to the property, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    2. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) regard to the property, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    3. Advising on and ensuring compliance with relevant fire safety regulations, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    4. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 with regard to the inspection, maintenance, and keeping of records in respect of gas appliances in tenanted premises, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    5. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 and other relevant legislation with regard to the condition and safety of electrical equipment and appliances in tenanted premises, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    6. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 (amended 1989, 1993 & 1996) with regard to minimum fire resistant standards of specified items supplied in the course of letting property, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    7. Viewing property and carrying our rental value assessment, and offering advice as required.
    8. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the energy performance regulations with regard to the assessment and provision of an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), The Owner being responsible for all costs.
    9. Preparing property details for marketing.
    10. Advertising on The Agents website, in the local press and on Internet property portals as appropriate.
    11. Sending property details to applicants, conducting viewings and negotiating offers.
    12. Carrying out tenant referencing.
    13. Carrying out guarantor referencing and preparing guarantor agreement.
    14. Advising tenants of their rights and obligations.
    15. Preparing and signing as Agent for the Owner a suitable Tenancy Agreement in accordance with current law.
    16. Collecting and processing a deposit in accordance with current legislation.
    17. Preparing an inventory and schedule of condition.
    18. Carrying out tenant Check-In.
    19. Informing utility companies.
    20. Receiving rental payment (first month advance only) and remitting the balance to The Owner.

 

If you require our services beyond this point, please enquire about our Full Management service.

  • B. NOTES AND GENERAL TERMS
    1. Whilst The Agent shall use their best commercial judgement in the selection of tenants and the execution of their Service hereunder, The Agent shall not under any circumstances be liable for non-payment of rent or any other outcome of the tenancy or for any legal costs resulting therefrom. Insurance policies are recommended to cover such risks.
  • C. FEES
    1. Set-up Fee equivalent to £400 payable upon the signing by the tenant/s of the Tenancy Agreement, and will be deducted from the monies received as advance rental payment.

Full Management

  • A. THE SERVICE
    1. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act 2005 with regard to the property, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    2. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) regard to the property, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    3. Advising on and ensuring compliance with relevant fire safety regulations, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    4. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 with regard to the inspection, maintenance, and keeping of records in respect of gas appliances in tenanted premises, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    5. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 and other relevant legislation with regard to the condition and safety of electrical equipment and appliances in tenanted premises, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    6. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 (amended 1989, 1993 & 1996) with regard to minimum fire resistant standards of specified items supplied in the course of letting property, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    7. Viewing property and carrying our rental value assessment, and offering advice as required.
    8. Advising on and ensuring compliance with the energy performance regulations with regard to the assessment and provision of an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), The Owner being responsible for all costs.
    9. Preparing property details for marketing.
    10. Advertising on The Agents website, in the local press and on Internet property portals as appropriate.
    11. Sending property details to applicants, conducting viewings and negotiating offers.
    12. Carrying out tenant referencing.
    13. Carrying out guarantor referencing and preparing guarantor agreement.
    14. Advising tenants of their rights and obligations.
    15. Preparing and signing as Agent for the Owner a suitable Tenancy Agreement in accordance with current law.
    16. Collecting and processing a deposit in accordance with current legislation.
    17. Preparing an inventory and schedule of condition.
    18. Carrying out tenant Check-In.
    19. Informing utility companies.
    20. Receiving ongoing rental payments, preparing and forwarding to The Owner and/or their accountant financial statements on a monthly basis, and remitting the balance of rental payments, provided the same shall have actually been received.
    21. Carrying out periodic inspections to ensure that the terms of the Tenancy Agreement are being complied with and to identify any repairs or maintenance required to the property, fixtures, fittings or contents.
    22. Taking appropriate initial action in the event of any breach of condition of the Tenancy Agreement in an effort to remedy the situation. Where a breach persists, informing The Owner or The Owner's nominated representative who will be responsible for any further action and all costs involved.
    23. Notifying The Owner or any nominated representative about, and arranging any repairs or maintenance of the property including fixtures, fittings and contents and any replacements which come to or are brought to The Agent's notice and which The Agent considers necessary, The Owner being responsible for taking any further action and all costs involved.
    24. Managing out-of-hours emergencies, The Owner being responsible for all costs involved.
    25. Managing extensions and termination of tenancies. A Tenancy Renewal Fee will be payable on the occasion of each renewal of an existing agreement.
    26. Managing end of tenancy processing which includes preparing inventory and schedule of condition, carrying out tenant Check-Out, processing deposit and informing utility companies.
  • B. NOTES AND GENERAL TERMS
    1. If a mortgage exists on the property, The Owner must obtain the lender's consent to let.
    2. If The Owner is a leaseholder the terms of the lease must be checked and any necessary consent obtained to let.
    3. The Owner must ensure that adequate insurance cover exists, and must inform the insurers that the property is to be let.
    4. The Agent's service does not include supervision of the property whilst unoccupied although visits may be made by staff in the process of re-letting.
    5. The Owner hereby agrees to ratify all lawful actions taken by The Agent under this Agreement.
    6. It is hereby agreed that The Agent may deduct from rental received all fees commissions charges and expenses payable or reimbursable to The Agent under the terms of this Agreement.
    7. The Agent will not accept responsibility for frost or cold weather damage to water systems or subsequent damage caused thereby at any time, and The Owner should therefore ensure that such risks are covered by insurance. It is recommended that adequate arrangements are made with a third party to protect water systems from cold weather.
    8. Where The Owner is resident in the UK, income tax on rental from property is entirely The Owner's responsibility. However where The Owner is deemed to be resident overseas, unless exemption has been agreed, The Agent must deduct tax from rental received and forward the same to the Inland Revenue. Whilst The Agent shall use their best commercial judgement in the selection of tenants and the execution of their Service hereunder, The Agent shall not under any circumstances be liable for non-payment of rent or any other outcome of the tenancy or for any legal costs resulting therefrom. Insurance policies are recommended to cover such risks.
    9. This Agreement will remain in force until terminated by service of three months' notice by one party on the other provided that The Agent may terminate this Agreement forthwith and without service of notice in the event of any action or omission by The Owner or The Owner's representative which frustrates the continued performance of The Agent's Service hereunder.

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