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Efficient property management. Complete peace of mind.

Rental property management requires the possession of a wide range of disciplines and skills. Those involved must have an extensive knowledge of leasing regulations in Los Angeles, combined with a sure grasp of the issues which arise when handling the maintenance of high value investment property. All good property agents should have these bases covered and also possess the common sense and tact that is an essential part of keeping tenants satisfied.

Find a Tenant
    •    Instruct leasing agents on your behalf to find tenant
    •    Access to specially negotiated leasing agent fees with no renewal fees
    •    Provide market appraisals by our panel agents
    •    Supply agent feedback and liaise between landlord and agent
    •    Ensure property is advertised on major portals
    •    Oversee creation of marketing
    •    Negotiate terms of tenancy
    •    Ensure tenants’ references meet relevant criteria

Pre- Tenancy
    •    Prepare tenancy agreement
    •    Right to Rent Checks
    •    Arrange Annual Gas Certificate and check C.O. Alarm
    •    Arrange any pre-tenancy work to be carried out
    •    Arrange pre-tenancy clean
    •    Arrange check in inventory

Full Property Management
    •    Arrange repairs & maintenance
    •    Access to specially negotiated contractor pricing where possible
    •    Rent collection
    •    Key registration
    •    Assist with rent arrears recovery process
    •    Negotiate tenancy renewals
    •    Act as liaison between landlord and tenant
    •    Out of hours contact line for emergency maintenance service
    •    Carry out safety inspections
    •    Arrange Inspections if requested
    •    Assist with deposit disputes process
    •    Process and monitor excelled deposit disputes with The Deposit Scheme
    •    Organize on call representatives to issue any relevant notices requiring possession (this is a third-party cost)
    •    Marketing with approved panel agents at reduced fees
    •    Check tenant referencing
    •    Right to Rent Checks
    •    Pay contractors on your behalf from float / rent
    •    Ensure compliance with changing regulation
    •    Your own dedicated Property Manager
    •    Monthly rent statements


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