Landlords

At Premier housing we have all the expertise and tools to let and manage your property for you. In our 20 years of practice, we have successfully let and managed thousands of properties.

As s providing the Landlord with the best possible service and the right tenant for your property. We never forget that the property is your most important asset and we can confidently assure you that by instructing us to act as your Letting and Management Agents your asset will be in professional and caring hands.


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A Personal Service

Because we are a small firm, we are able to offer a personal service, with attention to detail, whilst at the same time maintaining a high standard of competence and professionalism. 

Whether you are a landlord with 1 property to let or have an extensive portfolio of properties you want to let out, we are the people for you. Our team of expert letting agents work hard to understand you and your property management requirements so we can offer letting services tailored to you.

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Our expert lettings agents know all sides of the lettings market and are always here to answer questions and queries from our landlords. We know how to market your property to make sure its generating you the maximum rent and as promptly as possible, our agents will market your property online and offline, to find the right tenants for your property and maximise the rental yield from your property portfolio.

Whether you just want us to find tenants for your rental property, want full management services for your property or just want some invaluable advice and guidance on the do’s and don’ts we can help with all of it.


At Premier housing, we understand letting out a property and managing it whilst making sure everything is on the right side of the law can be too much to handle, our friendly and professional letting agents are on-hand to arm you with all of the information you require to let a property, from getting that first valuation and choosing an agent, all the way to your new tenants moving in.

If you choose our full management service 

This is our all-inclusive Service, we will take care of the marketing of the property and carrying out viewings, leading to the introduction and vetting of a prospective Tenant. once this proves satisfactory, we will then go ahead and prepare the tenancy agreement, and if required an inventory. The Tenant will then be checked in against the inventory. During the tenancy, we will carry out periodic inspection visits and take care or recommend any repairs that need to be done to the property.


Marie Emmott - Landlord

Preparing to let

Before a property can be let, there are a number of things which the owner will need to deal with to ensure that the tenancy runs smoothly, and also that the landlord complies with the law.

Consents from Mortgage provider

You will need to start by notifying your mortgage provider (if you have an existing mortgage).

Leaseholder

If you are a leaseholder, you should examine the terms of your lease, and obtain any necessary written consent before letting.
Insurance providers also need to be notified to change the level of cover provided.

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Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

Make sure you have an EPC for a property before you rent, a property must have a minimum rating of E on its EPC or it will be unlawful to rent. A landlord could be fined up to £4,000.

Safety certification

Obtain safety certificates for gas, electrical, oil and solid fuel, appliances and heating systems.

Maintenance checks

Take out all essential repairs and make sure anything potentially dangerous is taken care of.

Furnishing

Your property can be let fully furnished, part furnished or unfurnished. Which of these is appropriate will depend on the type of property and local market conditions. Ensure all furnishings to be left comply with fire regulations.

Clean & Tidy

Ensure the property is cleaned to a fair and decent standard. Get the garden clean and tidy. If a property looks like it is well maintained the tenant is more likely to look after it throughout the tenancy.