Renting Your Property:
Renewals

Meet Faye

Faye has a forensics degree and she has been working for the company for over four years. She runs our Renewals department.

Our approach to contract renewals is very proactive. We like to contact landlords and tenants four months before the end of a tenancy, as we believe that gives us a sufficient amount of time to successfully re-market the property and find new tenants if needs be. This also means that we’re likely to achieve the correct market rent with no void periods.

We also arrange for a Lettings Manager to go and reappraise the property. During the visit they will offer market advice, ensure that the property is being well looked after and that the tenants’ obligations are being honoured, and they also re-value the property, ensuring the landlord is securing the correct rental price. We also find that this process helps the landlord decide whether they want to continue with the current tenants.

“We truly feel that a renewed contract is just as important as an initial tenancy, which is why we put so much effort into the process. We are here to look after your investment and we have your long-term best interests at heart - that’s why we’re committed to securing consistently reliable tenants.”

And as you might imagine, because we offer a rental guarantee as standard in our comprehensive and concierge lettings packages, we take the process of reference checking very seriously indeed.

If you need a letting agent who can deliver consistently reliable tenants, give us a call on 0207 099 4000 and we’ll tell you more about Faye and her team. If you have a specific renewals question for Faye or her team, please call 020 7428 5330.

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