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Property Management

Management Service

Our dedicated property management team can manage your property for you throughout the lettings process; from organising inventories and arranging pre–tenancy cleans, right through to handling deposit negotiations once the tenancy has come to an end.

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All tenants need a point of contact to deal with during their tenancy and you need to know that your property is being looked after. We have designed our service to be as hassle-free as possible. You will only be contacted as and when you have chosen to be as we tailor make our service to suit your requirements. We also have our out of hours emergency team which ensure that we are contactable 24 hours, 365 days a year.

During the tenancy, our experienced team of property professionals will carry out regular visits and arrange day to day repairs and maintenance works if needed on your behalf, acting to protect your interests and ensuring any problems are resolved as quickly as possible. We ensure that safety checks are carried out prior to their expiration dates. We use our vetted panel of highly skilled and trusted contractors to provide you with peace of mind. 

We can also organise for the payment of your outgoings such as ground rent, service charge, utilities and council tax. We can ask for these to be sent directly to us and deal with any of your post as required. 

Our management team always ensure that your property is treated as if it were our own and your best interests are always kept in the forefront of our minds.

Vacant Management

In addition to our management service we can also provide an empty care solution for when you do not have tenants in situ. Our management team can make regular visits to the property at agreed intervals while the property is empty, between tenancies, or on the market for sale. On these visits we will carry out a thorough walk through to make sure there are no obvious emergencies or problems that require action. We will check that the heating system is turned on low to avoid freezing and burst pipes in the winter and to allow the property to be ventilated in the summer. 

Irene Hlanguyo