Landlords Guide

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Preparation is key

London's lettings market is lucrative, but also fiercely competitive. Therefore, you need to get the best advice before you put your property on the market to let. Choose a letting agent who knows your "patch", how to find a tenant and the market conditions, so they can help you achieve the maximum rent for your property and keep void periods to a minimum.

A lettings agent who knows their territory will be able to tell you exactly what tenants want and at Moreland we know and understand this lettings market better than anyone.

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Presentation

First impressions are key, so during the marketing and viewing period make sure both the exterior and the interior of your property are in good order and plant-up any window boxes or tubs. Choose neutral paint for the interior and ensure bathrooms and kitchens are as modern as possible. Outdoor space is at a premium in London, so if you have a garden or terrace, make sure it is tidy, add some flowers and garden furniture to show how the space can be used

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Finding a tenant

Market knowledge is key in the fast-paced world of lettings. We are intuitive to the market conditions and have close links to the best tenants. At Moreland we deal with corporate relocation agents and HR teams in all the top City firms, who come to us time and time again, for the very best properties and the best all round service.

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Legislation

Tenant’s safety is of utmost importance to us and our landlords, who could be held liable if any accidents happen in their property. There is a raft of legislation to protect all parties and we are extremely familiar with it.

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Property management service

Many of our landlords choose to appoint Moreland to take over the day-to-day running of their rental property. With a 24-hour on-call team and a comprehensive list of tried and trusted professional contractors, we resolve problems quickly and effectively so that tenants are happy and landlords can enjoy total peace of mind. Our aim is to ensure good relationships with tenants so that disputes are avoided and properties are looked after respectfully and properly. For more information on this service please see our Guide to Property Management.