No Hidden Costs

There are no hidden costs when dealing with us.  We are upfront about the charges you will incur throughout the contract period.  The fee you pay will vary depending on the service level you choose and if you do not want some elements of the service then we can be flexible.  Some landlords want us to do more than others but to give you an indication of standard pricing we have provided a breakdown below of what to expect.  Please note we do not add any uplift fees to your contractor invoices - you only pay only the contractor invoice and no extra percentage to us. 

Tenant Find Plus: Standard Fee 60% of one month's rent including VAT.  Minimum Fee £600 including VAT. 

Service includes:

  • Market the property on all the relevant portals to find good tenants
  • Carry out accompanied viewings
  • Conduct referencing on tenants 
  • Contract negotiations and arrangement
  • Collect and hold the deposit 
  • Check-in at start of tenancy 
  • Check-out at end of tenancy - including detailed check-out report 
  • Prior to end of tenancy, discuss renewal or termination and provide Section 21 if appropriate

Check-Out Fee = £120 including VAT

Professional Inventory = £120 including VAT

Contract renewal at end of fixed term: £120 including VAT

Tenant Find Plus and Full Management Service: set up fee £420 including VAT.  A charge of 12% including VAT of monthly rent.

In addition to all the service above:

  • Collect rent and manage any rent arrears
  • Deal with day to day management - instruct contractors for routine repairs, arrange all safety checks
  • Carry out property inspections every 3 months
  • Provide an emergency out of hours service
  • Complete a full inspection at end of tenancy and preparing and agreeing a schedule of costs relating to any damage or unfair wear and tear prior to releasing the deposit
  • Arranging HMO Licences if required

Professional Inventory = £120 including VAT

Contract renewal at end of fixed term: £120 including VAT

Client Money Protection: Propertymark

Independent Redress: The Property Ombudsman