We always recommend using a lettings agent in London, like JOHNS&CO, to manage your property and deal with any problems as they arise, keeping you and your tenants happy.
As a London property management agent, we can provide you with a tailored range of services, including a dedicated property manager on-site, professional advice on rental legalities, and overseeing any issues or queries on behalf of your tenants.
As a landlord with JOHNS&CO, you will receive a tailored range of property management services from our experienced lettings team, allowing you to benefit from:
If you’re looking to expand your property portfolio by investing in more properties, seeking help from a lettings agency will mean that you have more free time to focus on new opportunities to add to your rental portfolio.
For more information on expanding your portfolio, we recommend taking a quick read of our guide, How to Maximise the Value of Your Property Portfolio.
One of our core responsibilities is to ensure you are in compliance with legislation at all times. This includes compliance with energy performance certifications, gas safety inspections, electrical inspections (EICR), risk assessments, and much more.
We are able to advise and complete all current safety regulations to ensure that your property is fully compliant whilst arranging for checks to be fulfilled. Not only is this a legal requirement, but it will ensure that your tenants are living in a safe environment.
There are some fantastic benefits of being a landlord, but with that being said, it can be complicated and difficult to go at alone. Property management companies save landlords a great deal of time and money throughout the entire rental process – not to mention being on hand to offer the landlord guidance and support at all times.
Landlords who deal with all tenant issues without assistance are much more likely to experience greater pressures than those who seek property management.
To ensure that the property is maintained in perfect condition, you can rely on a property management company to execute a regular inspection as well as an inventory check prior to the tenancy commencing.
They can liaise with the tenant to agree on a date and time for the inspection, which is when the property will be assessed to ensure that there are no physical issues.