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Finding a Company to Rent Your Property

23 July 2017 No Comment

Are you currently in a situation where you have a property that you are not using for anything? If this is the case, it would be a good idea to rent the property to some tenants and generate some income from it. However, you might not want the hassle of being a landlord. You do not want to be forced to live nearby the property in order to make repairs to the property and solve any problems that the tenants might have. Therefore, you will need to find a company that will rent your property and provide landlord services for you. Here is how you can go about finding such a company.

1. Do you know anyone who has rented a property in the past?

You should find out if any of your friends, family members or work colleagues have ever rented out a property they own. There is a very good chance that a few of them have done this. If not, they might know someone who has. Talk to all the people you can find who have rented out a property. Ask them about their overall experience. What company did they use to rent it out for them? Why did they choose that particular company? How would they rate the company’s performance? Were there any problems while they were renting the property? Were the tenants properly taken care of? Did the rental company perform all of their landlord duties without any major issues? How much did the company charge for their services? Do these people think you should hire the same company to rent your property?

2. Find a company that has a stellar reputation in the property rental industry.

You should only hire a company to rent your property and act as a landlord for you if they have an outstanding track record. Walton Robinson estate agents is an example of such a company. Reading online reviews of companies in this industry will give you a good idea of which property rental companies are the best.

3. Set up a meeting with several letting agencies to get an idea about what they have to offer you.

You should not make your final decision until you actually meet with representatives from all of the letting agencies that you are seriously considering. These meetings will give the agencies a chance to explain their services to you in greater detail.

 

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