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Property Visit Service Package

A lot can happen during your tenancy and sometimes you could be totally unaware because you don’t like to intrude or bother your tenants; and they might feel that some things aren’t worth mentioning, or perhaps, they wouldn’t want to mention them in case it affected your feelings about renting to them.  Some examples could be when tenants move a new partner into the property, one who isn’t on the tenancy agreement, or who hasn’t been reference checked.  Sometimes minor repairs go unreported, tenants could feel they are not worth bothering you (or us) about, but time can turn little issues into big ones!

So, at Maxine Lester, we feel that it is important to visit your properties every 3 months, in order to check on the occupation status of the tenants, make sure there are no ‘tell-tale’ signs of additional occupants (or pets) and to ensure that your property remains in the best condition throughout the term of the tenancy.  That way, when it comes back onto the market after your tenancy has ended, it will be ready to go in the quickest time!

Check out the key features of our Property Visits Service, which are in addition to those in our Rent Collection Service, and are listed below:


1.Quarterly property visits with comprehensive photographic written reports emailed to you
2.Ongoing advice on property improvements to rent successfully
3.Legal advice helpline relating to the Housing Act 1988/1996/2004, Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS), Landlord and Tenant Act 1985/1987, Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) Regulations 1988, Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 – to name but a few!
4.Landlord holiday cover providing 24 hour tenant helpline
All for monthly cost of just 8% of the monthly rent, subject to a £50 minimum (plus VAT).

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