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Tenant Finder Service

£199 (No VAT)

 

Tenant finder service for Landlords

In the current market it can be difficult for Landlords to find the right tenants for their properties.

The costs and time it can take seriously impact profitability and sometimes leads to bad decisions being made in selecting the right tenants.

Our Tenant Finder service allows us to take the hassle away from our landlords and includes marketing of the property and carrying out viewings.

Each viewing leading to the introduction and vetting of a prospective Tenant.

 

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Finding The Right Tenant

This proving satisfactory, we then go ahead and prepare the tenancy agreement, and if required an inventory.

The first month’s rent and usually a tenancy deposit is collected and credited to the Landlord less our agreed fee.

Managing the tenancy, including the maintenance and rent collection,will then be the responsibility of the Landlord.

 

The completion of relevant documents

With paperwork signed, deposit and first rent payment received in clear funds, we will hand the keys to the new tenant.

The tenant will sign a standing order which is forwarded to their bank for future rent collection.

It is now a legal requirement that all damage deposits are secured by a Deposit Scheme, which provides peace of mind to both tenant and landlord.

If we manage your property, we deal with this for you and will attempt to resolve any disputes that may arise at the end of a tenancy.

 

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Securing a Tenant

Finding the right tenant is so important. Our extensive database comprises a wide spectrum of individuals, from professionals to students, all looking for a place to rent.

Kandi Lettings checks on every prospective tenant, contacting employers and current or previous landlords. We insist that every applicant over 18 provides references.

 

Fitness for Human Habitation Legislation

All landlords (both social & private sector) must ensure that their property is fit for human habitation at the beginning of the tenancy and throughout.

Where a landlord fails to do so, the tenant has the right to take legal action in the courts for breach of contract on the grounds that the property is unfit for human habitation.

 

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