Our experience will help guide you through the complex issues that arise when renting out your first property. The moment that you instruct us, an extensive database of prospective corporate tenants is at your fingertips and our lettings staff will inform you of what amount of rental income you can expect. Here are four essentials:
Our accurate property valuations will provide you with a realistic rental.
Should your property need any tweaks, we will be the first to let you know as no landlord wants to be chained to a money drain!
Through our network of contacts and our rigorous reference procedures, we can introduce to you reliable tenants.
You are offering both luxury and convenience and corporate professionals require both.
No need to shop around for someone to look after your property.
Our range of in-house service options includes a professional property management service that will collect your rent, undertake repairs, organise gas safety inspections and more.
Tenants move on, but void periods can and should be kept to a minimum.
Apart from quickly finding you prospective new tenants, we can advise on how best to present your property so that it doesn’t stay empty for long. An empty apartment is a costly apartment.
Landlords have faced some major issues over the last few years – new lettings regulations and property taxes as well as the impact of Brexit. And 2020 is likely to deliver more challenges, from a proposed increase in Stamp Duty for overseas buyers to changes to Capital Gains Tax. It’s certainly not an easy time to be a landlord but some preparation now should help keep things running smoothly in 2020. So if you’re a buy-to-let investor or are thinking about buying a rental property in London, take a look at our 12 top tips for what to look out for in 2020 – and how to prepare for them.