We have a team of dedicated and experienced staff who will create a bespoke service to suit your individual requirements as a Landlord allowing you to relax in the knowledge that the letting of your property is of paramount importance to us. We take pride in personal service and individual attention features highly. Our effective marketing strategy will ensure that your potential rental is maximized and we aim to secure good tenants and do so within reasonable timescales.

We offer three options to our Landlord’s being the Let Only Introductory Service, Rent Collect Service or Full Management Service. We understand that every Landlord has their own set of criteria and we believe that within our range of options there will be a service to suit each individual.


Let Only Rent Collect Full Management

Comprehensive Marketing

Full Colour Photos

3D Floorplan

Organising Certificates (eg EICR, EPC, GSSR)

Arranging Check-ins

Allocation of Deposit

Renewal Administration

Annual Rent Review

Monthly Rent Collection

Arrears Management

Monthly Rental Statements

Council Tax Registration

Regular Routine Inspections & Reports

Arranging Maintenance & Repairs

Processing Contractor Payments

Keep securely a set of keys

Online Maintenance Reporting

Check Out

Tenant referencing

A thorough reference check will be conducted on each applicant prior to proceeding with any tenancy.

Detailed property inventories

We will prepare a detailed written and photographic inventory and schedule of conditions and agree this with the Tenant at the commencement of the letting. This will reduce the risk of repair and deposit disputes at the end of the tenancy.

Tenancy Agreements

We will prepare an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement, for both Landlords and Tenants to sign prior to the commencement of each new tenancy or tenancy renewal.

The Deposit

It is imperative that the deposit will be safely protected, as such we use the Deposit Protection Service (DPS). A deposit is usually equivalent to five weeks worth of rent and is payable upon signing of the tenancy agreement. At the end of every tenancy both landlord and tenant may be required to agree on any dilapidations deductions before any money can be returned by the DPS. Fair wear and tear must be taken into consideration, but if deductions are to be made, then it is up to the landlord to validate that dilapidations have been caused by the tenant. In the event of a dispute where tenants and landlords can’t agree on dilapidation deductions, the DPS offer a free Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) service.

For a comprehensive Landlord’s Information Pack, please call 01869 321998 or email info@listings.co.uk and we would be delighted to provide you with one.