We have access to a large database of the best tenants. Our continually updated databases ensure our ability to match qualified tenants with suitable properties and quickly. We know the market conditions to ensure you get the maximum in rent and minimise void periods. Backed by an extensive knowledge of the local market our lettings team provides dedicated and proactive property management to landlords. We deliver high occupancy rates with total peace of mind. We ensure rents are collected and landlords are paid and offer services such as quarterly inspections, rent reviews and property maintenance team you can be confident your investment will stay safe and secure in our care.

We are also well informed as to the latest legislation on health and safety and financial requirements. We will work with you on the all-important presentation of your property which will have the biggest impact on the rental value achieved. We will also advise you on all the ins and outs of renting your property.

We make sure your home is fully prepared and presented in the most appealing manner and receives the right kind of marketing which includes professional photography, and marketing on Zoopla, Prime Location and many more. We fully understand and appreciate that presentation and maximum exposure is key to providing Landlords with a service that their property deserves and expects.

What you will receive:

  • Your property advertised on major property portals, including Zoopla, Prime Location 
  • Accompanied viewings including evenings
  • Inquiries dealt with 7 days a week
  • Experienced staff
  • Competitive fees
  • Proactive approach to letting your home
  • We work harder to get you the best price

For more information please call us on 020 8004 3898 or email us at [email protected]


Renting guide

Renting has become an increasingly common alternative to property purchase and offers some attractive advantages. The most important benefit is flexibility, particularly the ability to relocate quickly and easily for employment. It can also be cheaper as it is the landlord who assumes all responsibility for maintaining the property. At the outset, you will need to have your finances in order, including the ability to pay the various up-front fees, together with references. The following guide sets out the steps to a successful tenancy.


The most commonly used tenancy agreement is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy which is for a period of 6 or 12 months. Beyond this term, the tenancy becomes a periodic contract. The landlord is required to give 2 months’ notice to terminate the contract, and the tenant is required to give one month’s notice. The tenant’s responsibilities are laid out in the tenancy agreement and generally include the following:

  • To keep the home clean, warm, free from damp and in good order inside and out.
  • To promptly report any breakages or malfunctions.
  • To attend to minor maintenance such as replacing smoke alarm batteries and light bulbs.
  • To respect the rules of the tenancy regarding pets, smoking, sub-letting etc.
  • To allow reasonable access to the landlord and his workmen.
  • You will need to satisfy a credit reference check before the tenancy agreement can be affected. You will need to supply copies of references from your employer and previous landlord, bank details, proof of identification and address with postcode for the last three years.



Holding Deposit: £ one week’s rent

A non-refundable deposit paid by a Tenant in order to secure a property whilst the administration takes place. If the let proceeds, this fee is refunded or offset against the move in monies.


To amend a tenancy: £50.00

A charge made in order to administer a change to a tenancy including a replacement Tenant situation or early termination of a tenancy.


Usually, 5 weeks rent payable in advance. This should be held in a government approved Tenancy Deposit Scheme. The deposit will be returned in full at the end of the tenancy agreement, providing there have been no damage or breakages. You will also be responsible for insuring your personal possessions, utility bills, telephone and broadband, council tax, T.V. licence and any other services you choose to subscribe to.

 Moving In

Ensure you have the contact details of the managing agent and/or the landlord in case of malfunction. Carefully check the details of the Inventory. If there is no inventory, make your own for your personal records. Check the landlord gas safety certificate and make sure the electrics are safe with manuals supplied. Take meter readings and inform the utility companies.

 Checking Out 

Make a note of the final meter readings.

Be present for the inventory check out. Your deposit should be returned in full providing the property is returned in the same condition as when you moved in. In the event of a dispute contact the deposit scheme administrator. Obtain a signature when you return your keys to the property.