Landlord Services

The Belvoir Lettings’ Full Management Service:

We will:

  • Visit the property to provide an indication of the potential rental value and advise of any repairs or alterations required to maximize the rental value, before letting.
  • Ensure that we have full details of your wishes with respect to the letting
  • Apply for an EPC if required (from January 2009)
  • Arrange insurance cover (if required)
  • Apply for a Fitness Inspection, (if required)
  • Search our database to try and match a tenant to your property and your wishes
  • Put your property details on: www.PropertyPal.comwww.PropertyNews.com; and our own website - www.belvoir.co.uk which are updated and monitored regularly
  • Effect the appropriate advertising of your property to seek a suitable tenant, with a To Let board, if required.
  • Accompany prospective Tenants to view the property
  • Carry out credit, status and income checks on prospective tenants.

If the tenant meets your criteria and passes our checks we will:

  • Draw up the tenancy agreement & conditions
  • Ensure that the property is ready for occupation
  • Carry out a full statement of the property’s condition and draw up an inventory with meter readingsIssue all the required advanced legal notices
  • Collect, register and hold the required dilapidations deposit in accordance with the Northern Ireland Tenancy Deposit Scheme requirements.

Our management of the property will then consist of:

  • Arrangement of the rent guarantee and legal protection insurance, (if appropriate)
  • Collection of all rental income
  • Payment of all rents to the landlord’s nominated account by electronic transfer, (or cheque when appropriate), confirmed by the issue of a monthly rent statement. (Statements to be e-mailed if possible.)
  • Ensure that the Tenant has Belvoir contact details together with a Rent Book
  • Conduct regular inspections of the property and inform the landlord of any problems discovered
  • Ensuring maintenance problems are dealt with swiftly as per the landlord’s instructions
  • Paying for all repairs up to authorised limits direct from monthly rental income as appropriate
  • At the end of the tenancy we will:
  • Issue the advance ‘Notice to Quit’ if necessary
  • Advise the tenant of the required ‘move out’ procedures
  • Conduct a move-out inspection once the tenant has vacated the property
  • Repay the deposit to the tenant OR deduct any charges for any damages or dilapidations, (in accordance with the provisions of the Tenancy Deposit Scheme), before repaying the balance, if any, to the tenant.
  • Liaise with Tenancy Deposit Scheme and provide all documentation required, in the event of a dispute regarding deductions from the deposit.
  • Hand over the property to the landlord or seek a new tenant as instructed.

The Belvoir Lettings Let Only Service

We will:

  • Visit the property to provide an indication of potential rent value and advise of any repairs and alterations required to maximize the rental value, before letting.
  • Ensure that we have full details of your wishes with respect to the letting
  • Apply for an E.P.C (from January 2009)
  • Search our database to try and match a tenant to your property and your wishes
  • Put your property details on www.PropertyPal.com; www.PropertyNews.com; and our own website - www.belvoir.co.uk which are updated and monitored regularly
  • Effect the appropriate advertising of your property to seek a suitable tenant
  • Accompany prospective Tenants to view the property
  • Carry out credit, status and income checks on prospective tenants

If the tenant meets your criteria and passes our checks we will:

  • Draw up the Tenancy Agreement & conditions
  • Issue all the required advanced legal notices
  • Collect and forward the required dilapidations deposit in accordance with Northern Ireland Tenancy Deposit Scheme requirements.
  • Collect the initial rental payment and forward the balance to you, less our fees/charges as agreed
  • Set up a Standing Order to your designated bank account for future rent payments
  • Ensure the Tenant has the Landlord’s Name, Address and Telephone number together with a Rent Book

 

Email a Friend

Please check you have entered all details correctly