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Our experienced team of lettings agents know how to find tenants and let your property to them.

The journey begins with an initial inspection of your property, whereby we help you navigate your way through the raft of legal and safety regulations. We’ll assess the suitability of a property for the rental market, prepare particulars and organise extensive internet marketing on major property portals and websites. We will also offer you the use of our in-house marketing team to help promote your property using social media, digital marketing and press.

Depending on the extent of service you require, we can also offer:

  • The introduction and referencing of suitable applicants
  • The setting and managing of rents and lease terms
  • Provision of the relevant tenancy agreement
  • Preparation of full inventory and condition reports
  • Collection and transfer of rent
  • Checking in the tenants at commencement of the tenancy
  • Confirmation of tenants and readings to utility companies
  • Lodging the deposit in line with current legislation
  • Rent lease drafting and restructuring

We are Association Of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) bonded and a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and our aim is to maximise your rental income and property value. We can assist in your decision-making process and make recommendations as to how to optimise your position.

Our team also specialises in farm lettings and can manage the letting, rent review and lease renewal process afterwards.

How much does it cost to let my property?

A set up fee will be agreed upon with our Lettings team before you enter into an agreement. Our fees vary depending on the level of service you choose, including the marketing of your property, tenant screening, preparing tenancy agreements, and conducting property inspections. Additional fees may apply for services beyond the basic package.

What certifications do I need to let my property?

To let your property legally, you will require:

  • EPC (Energy Performance Certificate)
  • EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report)
  • GSC (Gas Safety Certificate)
  • Smoke Detectors/Carbon Monoxide and heat alarms
  • PAT Test (Portable Appliance Testing, if applicable)
  • Chimney Sweep Certificate (if applicable)
  • Legionnaires Disease checks (if applicable)

These certifications ensure that your property meets current safety standards and regulations.

How much is the tenant’s deposit?

The tenant’s deposit is typically a maximum of five weeks' rent and is payable upon signing the Tenancy Agreement. It will be safeguarded in a tenancy deposit protection scheme, which we can arrange for you using the Deposit Protection Scheme.

What type of properties do you manage?

At Brown&Co, we manage a wide range of residential properties, from apartments and single-family homes to farmhouses, country manors and large multi-unit buildings. Our team is equipped to handle different types of property management needs, offering tailored services for each property.

How do you screen your tenants?

We conduct thorough screening of potential tenants using reputable referencing companies. This includes credit checks, employment verification, previous landlord references, and other necessary background checks to ensure reliable tenants.

Lettings Brochure
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