NEA Lettings aim to provide a refreshing approach to Landlords. Once you have decided to let your property we sincerely hope that you will give us a chance to show you how different we are. The process runs as follows:
One of our lettings experts will visit your property to advise on how much rent you should expect to achieve. We will also advise you on décor, minor repairs, furniture and put forward suggestions that will look to enhance your rental income. First impressions are of paramount importance when a prospective Tenant views your property and can go a long way to ensure that you don't encounter periods when your property is left empty.
Also discussed at the initial meeting are safety and legislation issues covering Gas and Energy Performance Certificates, Inventories and the explanation of the Tenancy Deposit Scheme.
To arrange for a free valuation either call us on 0118 948 4040 or fill out our valuation request form.
FINDING YOUR TENANT
Once NEA Lettings have been instructed to let your property we will inform all of our prospective tenants about your property, a wide audience is assured through our extensive marketing on all of the main property websites in the UK.
Prospective Tenants will be accompanied by one of our experienced team after a mutually agreed time has been reached with the Landlord or current Tenant. You will be contacted immediately regarding any offers to take the property and supplied with all the relevant details about the offer and the applicants. We will also let you know feedback from applicants who didn't take the property so that you know what is preventing the property from being let, if relevant. Whilst the final say is down to you, we will be on hand with expert advice to enable you to make an informed decision.
FINALISING THE TENANCY
Once Tenants have been found and the rent agreed, legal paperwork will need to be completed before the Tenancy begins. At this stage reference and credit checks are taken before drawing up the Tenancy Agreement. This sets out the terms of the contract with your Tenant in detail and copies will be sent to both parties for signature.
Finally the Inventory records the contents and condition of the property at the point when your Tenant moves in. A professional Inventory company is highly recommended as an impartial inventory is crucial should a dispute arise. The company will return at the end of the tenancy to check that nothing is missing or damaged. Before the Tenancy commences the deposit and first months rent will be collected. As soon as this money clears your Tenant can move in.
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