How to manage a property to let | Managing Rental Property

6th July 2017 posted in Property News Landlords

Need help managing your rental property? Here is our complete list of reference posts and guides to help you make the most of your investment.

With your property secured, it’s now time to find a tenant and manage your let.

It’s important to get this right, as there are tax and legal implications, including more than 400 rules and regulations to abide by. If you get it wrong, from April 2017, you could face fines of up to £30,000 or more.
This isn’t an easy task, especially now there are hundreds of rules and regulation to follow and they change on a regular basis. But with this book and the help of our trained experts, you will be able to let legally and safely, while maximising your returns.

We can, of course, do all of the work for you through our Fully Managed lettings service, or find you a referenced tenant with the minimum amount of fuss through our Tenant Find service. Whatever level of involvement you choose, our experienced team can help.

What is involved with managing rental properties?

1.  Which type of Landlord are you?

2.  How do you wish to Manage your Property?

3. Why use a qualified Letting Agent?

4. Self Management

5. Tenant Referencing

6. Avoiding bad Tenants

7. Preparing the Property

8. Letting legally

9. Letting Safely

10. Record Keeping

11. Tax

12. Rights and Responsibilities

13. Deposit Schemes

14. Tenancy Agreement

15. Check In

16. Maintenance

17. Protect your Investment