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Landlord Residential Letting Advise

 

Valuations & Advice

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We will visit your property and make a professional rental assessment free of charge. Location, size, condition and demand for your property type are all taken into consideration. We can do this with or without you in attendance the choice is yours. We will discuss the desired rent, you hope to achieve, and any special conditions you wish to apply. These include whether you will allow pets, smokers and so forth the length of time for which you wish to rent the property. The rent quoted will be the best market rent for that particular property. We will explain your responsibility as a landlord to third parties when your property is let. Then, you must advise your mortgage lender, insurance company and, if the property is an apartment, the freeholder. Your property must be in good decorative order, and we will advise you of any cosmetic work required to help achieve its full rental potential. Any works required prior to the letting should be completed before the property is shown to prospective tenants. A property in good condition will achieve a better rental figure, and in general, will be well maintained by the tenants. Your legal rights are the same whether you are letting your property furnished or unfurnished. If necessary, we can advise you on which items to leave in the property.

Effective Marketing

Effective marketing is key to our success, and all properties are well promoted through our online advertising and will be listed on daft.ie, rent.ie, propertypal.ie and of course our own website. We discuss prospective tenants’ requirements with them, and then make arrangements to view selected properties with one of our agents. All rental property is advertised on the above mentioned websites at no extra cost to the landlord.

Viewings

An experienced member of staff will accompany prospective tenants at viewings, which are arranged at a pre-arranged, convenient time. All key feedback will be quickly conveyed back to you. As part of our service, we will secure and check all of the necessary references from suitable tenants, such as previous landlord, employment, etc.

Landlord & Tenant Law – Kalanne O'Leary Solicitor

Tenancy Agreement

Our tenancy agreement has been drawn up to protect your rights and interests. It complies with legal requirements. Special conditions can be included in the lease agreement and, while E & M Scanlon Auctioneers & Estate Agents have their own conditions, individual landlords are invited to include special points that may be pertinent to their property. In general, the tenants pay one month’s rent and one month’s security deposit on or before the signing of the lease. After the deduction of fees and outlays, we will send you a balancing statement.  It is the landlord’s responsibility to hold the security deposit and return it to the tenants at the end of their agreement, or when they vacate the property. If required, we will ask the tenants to complete a standing order for future rental payments.

Transfer of Utilities

We will take meter readings for the electricity,water and gas as required, and transfer the accounts into the new tenant’s names.

Inventory of Contents

We can prepare an inventory of contents for your property should the landlord so request. There is a supplementary charge for this service.

Renewal of Lease

Most of our clients avail of our renewals service (available at an additional charge). Renewals are of the utmost importance, in order to ensure that landlords and tenants are protected throughout a tenancy. Without a fixed-term lease agreement in place, a tenant can withhold rent, leave unannounced, damage your property, or sublet to friends and family without your consent.

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