Advice For Landlords
If you are letting a property for the first time it may seem difficult to manage the whole procedure. Here are a few important factors that anyone new to letting should consider.
Choosing The Right Estate Agent
There are many different estate agents around that will be willing to aid you let your property. Estate agents will generally deal with the advertising and management aspects of letting your property, so they can offer a large advantage over letting a property by yourself.
It is important that you pick the letting agency that is right for you as they some can offer better services than others. For example, online only agencies might not have an intimate knowledge of a location when compared to a local agency.
Igloo Sales & Letting have been established in Leicestershire which gives us an extensive knowledge of the area which allows our team to provide the highest quality service and cutting edge marketing when compared to any other letting agencies.
Sometimes maintenance work may need to be performed on a property before it can be let. This may be from a recommendation from your letting agent or a legal requirement if an aspect of the property poses as a health and safety risk. If you are having a large amount of maintenance carried out it is important that it is done correctly as it can have an effect on the amount of rent you can receive from the property. Here at Igloo Living have our own in house maintenance team that can perform any repairs on a property with the landlord permission.
Tenancy agreements are the contracts between the landlord and the tenants and state the terms of the tenancy. The agreement will cover payments, addresses, tenancy length and the necessary right to rent
checks. It is important that these agreements are created correctly, so our team of a letting agents at Igloo Living can work with your to produce any tenancy agreements. For more information please contact us