residential lettings services

Goadsby understand that each landlord, depending on their circumstance and expertise, will want to have more or less involvement in the management of their rental property. To meet most landlords needs we offer four distinct levels of service, however, as an independent agent we can create a bespoke service to meet a particular landlord’s needs if that is required.

 

Services

 
  • Global Online Marketing
  • Accompanied viewings
  • Reference Tenants
  • Prepare Tenancy Agreement
  • Register/Protect Deposit
  • Provide Inventory
  • Smoke Detector check
  • CO Detector check
  • Organise Move-in
  • Contact utillity companies
  • Negotiate rental renewals
  • Organise Check-out report
  • Organise gas safety renewals
  • Negotiate deposit deductions
  • Rent collection
  • Quarterly property visits
  • Oversee maintenance/repairs
  • First point of contact for tenants

Intro
Only

 

Let
Only

 

Rent
Collection

 

Fully
Managed

 
 
 

Additional services Goadsby can offer landlords

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Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) – Every property must have an EPC prior to marketing. The EPC rates the property in terms of its energy efficiency.

Gas Safety Certificate – It is a legal requirement that any property with gas appliances has an annual safety check conducted by a Gas Safe Engineer and a certificate produced. Goadsby are able to organise this for you prior to the start of the tenancy and as part of our managed service we will remind landlords when the certificate is due for renewal.

Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide Alarm testing – It is a legal requirement for smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to be tested upon the day each tenancy commences. Goadsby (subject to service level) have a procedure in place to organise this for landlords.

Inventory– We recommend that an independent inventory and check out is conducted. It is important that a comprehensive inventory is prepared prior to the tenancy commencing. This will ensure that, at the end of the tenancy, both the landlord and tenant are protected with documented evidence of the condition of the property at the commencement of the tenancy.

Thanks Adam. Great service from goadsby (as usual). Mrs D, Landlord - Bournemouth
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