Managing your Property
Landlords and owners of village and rural property entrust us to manage their homes during tenancies or while they are away and the house is vacant. Their time is valuable, so they recognise the benefit of retaining a professional, efficient agency to undertake not only the legislative compliance and monthly rent collection, but also the day-to-day maintenance and fielding of questions from tenants, as well as replacement and repair.
We provide a flexible service according to individual needs and are quick to respond to any issues that may arise, using only the best, personally recommended contractors.
We can deal with anything from a dripping tap or an insurance claim that makes a house uninhabitable. As a landlord you can be as involved or as removed from the day to day issues as you wish, we will tailor our management to suit your needs.
We offer a rent collection service for those Landlords who do not require full management. We operate under the NFOPP client money protection scheme and are open to recourse by the Property Ombudsman.
It is also worth noting that if you are considering using us to manage your property, you do not need to necessarily have a Rural View tenant in residence. We manage a number of properties let either privately or via other agents and can even commence management mid tenancy.
If you are unable to manage your tenanted or empty rural or village property, or have a portfolio that needs ongoing management we would be delighted to talk to you.
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