Full Management

By: Jungle Property  08/09/2010
Keywords: property management, Letting Agents, Letting Agent

·         Full Management –

o    Preparation;

§  Collate landlord information;

§  Advise landlord of legal and safety requirements;

§  Collate property information;

§  View property;

§  Carry out rental value assessment;

§  Process Energy Performance Certificate (EPC);

§  Process Gas Safety record.

o    Marketing;

§  Prepare property details;

§  Place external ‘To Let’ board outside property;

§  Advertise property on the website;

§  Advertise property in the local press;

§  Advertise property on internet property portals;

§  Send property details to applicants;

§  Conduct viewings;

§  Negotiate offers.

o    Start of tenancy processing;

§  Collate tenant information;

§  Carry out tenant referencing;

§  Deal with guarantors;

§  Advise tenants of their rights and obligations;

§  Prepare Tenancy Agreement;

§  Collect and process deposit;

§  Prepare inventory and schedule of condition;

§  Carry out Check-In;

§  Informing utility companies.

o    Property management (recurring and non-routine);

§  Process rental payments;

§  Send financial statements;

§  Carry out periodic inspections;

§  Manage breaches of Tenancy Agreement;

§  Arrange repairs and maintenance of the property (including fixtures, fittings and contents);

§  Manage out-of-hours emergencies;

§  Manage extensions and termination of tenancies;

o    End of tenancy processing.

§  Prepare inventory and schedule of condition;

§  Carry out Check-Out;

§  Process deposit;

§  Informing utility companies.

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