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Landlords - managing your property

April 14th 2021
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Landlords - managing your property

If you are thinking of investing into property, or are already a landlord, you may be thinking of engaging the services of a Property Management Company rather than managing it yourself.

Rental properties are subject to an increasing amount of legislation and compliance, and as a landlord you have responsibilities towards your tenants that you cannot afford to ignore.

Key rental legislation includes:

  • Gas safety checks
  • Electrical system checks
  • Fire safety regulations
  • Legionnaire’s Disease checks and legislation
  • Approved tenant deposit scheme

Working with a reputable property management provider means that you can rely on them to keep you fully up to date and compliant with the latest legislation, and they will be able to schedule the appropriate checks to ensure that your property and tenants are suitably covered.

The Benefits of employing an agent to manage your  property include:

  • Keeping you and your property up to date and compliant with legislation
  • Rent collection
  • Bi annual property inspection including full report & photos
  • Managing rent reviews and lease renewals
  • Arranging Maintenance and repairs
  • Communicating between landlords and tenants
  • Handling and registration of the tenants deposit
  • Handling end of tenancy deposit negotiations
  • Exploring new investment opportunities 

Managing your own property can quickly become both time and financially consuming.  By choosing an experienced property management service provider, you can rest assured your investment will be expertly taken care of so you can enjoy the benefits of its profitability.

Reasons to choose Frost’s Property Management include:

  • A single point of contact
  • Pre-tenancy paperwork and safety checks
  • Qualified and experience staff
  • Ongoing compliance monitoring
  • Property Inspections
  • Property Maintenance
  • Managing the check-out process

If you are interested in learning more, we would love to hear from you.

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