Letting agent in Summertown.
Are you looking for a letting agent in Summertown, Oxford?
We provide a fully managed service to landlords in Summertown, with no hidden charges. We are regulated by Arla.
Our professional photographers and floor plan specialists ensure that your rental property is marketed in the most effective way across the UK’s most popular property portals.
We also use other channels, such as online newspaper portals, social media and our own website to ensure that your property reaches the widest audience.
We pride ourselves on delivering an efficient, professional and personal service that has been developed to save you time and keep costs low. You can be assured that IMS will look after your property and tenants as if they were our own!
Our range of services for landlords include:
- finding tenants
- holding and managing deposits in a custodial deposit scheme
- preparing tenancy agreements
- rent collection
- property maintenance
- dealing with emergencies
- regular property inspections
- sourcing appropriate insurances and protection
- complying with the new Right to Rent legislation
- complying with new laws regarding Legionella’s disease.
We know your property is your biggest asset!
Your property is not only a valuable asset, but may also be a much-needed source of income. That is why we always aim to keep your costs low, avoid unoccupied periods and be as efficient as possible.
Although a letting agent will deal with the day-to-day management, being a landlord can be frustrating as you are still legally responsible for your properties and regulations frequently change. We will guide you through the process and explain all of the complicated stuff!
Currently, your responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- providing a statement of tenancy terms (if the tenancy started on or after 1st April 2007)
- providing an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for the property
- carrying out Right to Rent checks
- providing the tenant with the current gas safety record where there is gas, the current How to Rent Guide, Prescribed Information and Deposit Scheme information before the tenancy starts
- ensuring all services (water, gas and electricity) requirements are met
- ensuring all furniture meets safety requirements in furnished properties
- carrying out regular Legionella Risk Assessments
- maintaining the structure of the property and the outside of the dwelling
- notifying residents with 24 hours written notice before accessing the property, except in an emergency
- following the correct legal procedures to end any tenancy.
We aim to make your life as easy and profitable as possible, informing you of changes in regulations and implementing them for you where possible.
Letting and managing a property requires a lot of time and commitment, which is why most landlords use letting agencies to manage their properties for them. If you’re unhappy with your current lettings agent, why not consider moving to IMS?