Landlord Information

This area is dedicated to providing useful information to landlords.

Here at Allison Residential Lettings we believe that the key ingredients to a successful landlord/tenant relationship are speedy communication, efficiency and loyalty to all our clients

We provide such a service and pride ourselves in offering personal attention and expertise gained in over eighteen years working in the letting industry, both in a corporate and an independent environment.

After years working in the industry we feel we have the right recipe for what both landlords and tenants want.

Our aim is to provide a “one stop shop” for both landlords and tenants to simplify the letting procedure as much as possible.

We have sensible FIXED FEES with NO hidden costs.

We currently offer 2 services. Below is a basic breakdown below to show what is provided in each option. We will go over this in greater detail when at the market appraisal.

Full Management Tenant Find
Market Appraisal of your property tick tick
Letting & Legislation Advice tick tick
Proactive property advertising
(internet, Let boards, social media, networking)
tick tick
Accompanied Viewings tick tick
Tenant Vetting & Credit Checks tick tick
Insurance Products tick tick
Co-ordinating safety checks tick tick
Inventory tick optional
Lease and AT5 preparation and signing tick tick
Deposit Management (Deposit Scheme) optional optional
Utility bill and council tax management tick cross
Rent collection and distribution to landlord tick cross
Quarterly property visits and report tick cross
Maintenance Management tick cross
Final Inventory Check out and deposit management tick cross

We will be able to cater for change by removing or adding a service depending on a specific landlord’s requirements. There may however be a small charge if adding a service.

LEGISLATION

There are many regulations a landlord needs to comply to, as well as other responsibilities and rights. Below you will find guides to essential safety regulations and other key information that landlords need to be familiar with before renting a property.

Safety regulations

Key information

Landlords’ FAQ