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Our full range of property management services includes everything you would expect from marketing your property, to moving your tenant in and out while managing any issues that arise:

  • Guaranteed monthly rental income and eviction for non paying tenants.
  • Preparation of the property prior to letting, including cleaning, decorating and repairs as required
  • Tenant check-in and comprehensive inventory arranged
  • Collection and registration of the tenancy deposit with The Tenancy Deposit Scheme
  • Collection of rent and payment directly to the landlord
  • Quarterly property inspections with colour photographs and a detailed report
  • Complete management of repairs and maintenance
  • Focused point of contact for tenants
  • Dealing with all third parties who may have an interest in the property
  • Transfer of utilities into the tenant’s name and dealing with utility suppliers
  • Key holding service
  • Arranging payment of any outgoings associated with the property
  • + more

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House of Multiple Occupancy (HMO) properties can be very lucrative with the right location and property size our team are highly experience to offer a service tailored to a Landlord’s requirement. Our staff have extensive experience in Project Management and are able to manage all aspects of HMO properties with confidence from an initial license to renewal applications. Our comprehensive service includes:

  • Free rental valuation
  • Full marketing of the property
  • Co-ordinate property viewings
  • Advise on suitable tenants (complete credit checks and references)
  • Prepare full inventory (with accompanying photographs
  • Create lease paperwork
  • Transfer utility and Council Tax accounts to a nominated tenant
  • Deal with all maintenance issues pertaining to the property
  • Regularly inspect the property and report back to the landlord
  • Management of the property in accordance with HMO regulations
  • Project Manage any upgrade works required
  • HMO license renewals

If you are considering purchasing a property to let out to tenants, there are several important decisions to be made in order to maximise your investment.

We take the time to fully understand your goals, budgets and priorities so that we can offer expert buy-to-let advice; from finding the right location and property, through to how to boost your returns and realising your investment when you decide to.

Whether you are investing in your first buy-to-let property or expanding an existing portfolio, we are here to help throughout.

Short-term lets are on the rise across the Capital and we are perfectly placed to help but not every property can benefit and take advantage of Short-term Letting. Ask our team for advice.

Short term lets can often provide a more cost effective and flexible alternative to a hotel, whilst providing the additional comfort of a home from home for clients. These occupancies can range from just a few days up to a few months while providing a more attractive rate of return.

Letting your property on a short let basis provides increased flexibility and efficiency. This can be the right choice for you if you are:

  • Securing occupancy during void periods or whilst securing a long-term tenancy
  • Waiting for completion on the sale of a property
  • Uncertain about committing to a long term let
  • Going away on holiday or if you are working abroad for a set period of time

Our Tenant Finding Service is ideal if you wish to undertake the management process of your property by yourself, but would like to delegate the tenants find/reference and credit checks to the experts this ensure that the best tenant possible is selected from the outset.

  • “No rent – no Fee”.
  • An experienced representative visits the property to take your requirements and photographs.
  • Arranged and accompanied tenants to viewings.
  • Circulation of your property details on our tenant register – over 1000 potential tenants registered.
  • Your property advertised on all the main property search engines.
  • Undertake full and independent reference checks on suitable tenants – these are checks which are undertaken by an independent third party so we have no influence over them at any stage. They include credit checks, employment checks and previous tenant history and rent affordability.
  • Setting up the tenancy agreements.
  • Setting up standing order mandate for collection of rent.
  • Collecting the first months rent and security deposit.


Helping you achieve a successful let, with minimum stress and at a rental price, you are happy with 

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Through our extensive industry experience, we understand that as a potential landlord your key aims are to achieve a successful let, with minimum stress, and at a rental price you are happy with. We also know that you are looking for an agent who will undertake a professional service, with effective communication at each step of the process to guide you through the letting experience

  • Not all agents are the same, and here are just a few reasons why you should choose us
  • A fresh and dynamic website with easy to use search facilities
  • Online presence on most keyword searches in Google – resulting in your property been found in more tenant searches
  • Live Chat' – a new function on our website that allows customers to contact us Mon – Fri, 9am – 5.30pm. This new function has seen potential tenants booking viewings and speeding up the whole application process
  • Highly trained and industry experienced staff all of whom have achieved or are working to professional accreditation through ARLA
  • We have dedicated management, accounts, referencing and renewals teams to make your experience as a landlord as smooth and rewarding as possible
  • An award-winning brand with a trusted reputation in the property market
  • 1000s of current clients on our database
  • Intuitive use of technology which allows us to communicate with you more effectively at key points of the sales process
  • Promotion via multiple websites including, Rightmove, S1homes, Citylets Gumtree and more


Letting property has changed for both Landlords and Letting agencies, with these legislation changes it has created a mind field of confusion as to the tenant’s rights and the landlord’s rights for eviction if issues arise.

With Scotland making it harder to evict tenants with the new Private Residential Tenancy replacing the hold Short Assured Tenancy. Landlords should understand their role and appreciate that a rented property is viewed as a business transaction which requires rules to be adhered to

Contact us now for free advice as we are always happy to answer any property related question



As the popular TV show states Location, Location, Location.  Location is important but Price is usually the deciding factor in a lot of property lets. If two properties are next to each other with similar sizes, shapes, decor, cleanliness and condition then the one that is slightly lower in price will always rent first.

We will provide advice for a well presented similar property in the same area but this can be adjusted up or down depending on your needs, as some landlords are happy with a slightly lower rent as long as it meets their financial mortgage commitment and it also can ensure the tenants stays longer.  All other things being equal the higher you set the price the fewer applicants you will have and the longer it will take to rent.

Another factor worth considering is the lead time between securing a tenant and the start of the tenancy.  Often a let will be agreed within a few days but the entry date will be three weeks later.  This is particularly true with unfurnished property, where it is not unusual to find viewers who are looking to move in six weeks.

The process is simple, and begins with you allowing us to uploading your property details & photographs to Right-move, S1homes, Citylet’s ,Gumtree Etc.

  1. Tenants see your advertisement and contact us to arrange a viewing via the portals or they can book directly via our booking system on our website.
  2. We contact every enquiry and gather basic information such as who’s moving in, working status, do they claim benefits, pets, move date, etc and filter to your specified criteria. Providing that they are suitable we confirm the viewing.
  3. We always meet the prospective tenant and show them the property.
  4. If the tenant likes the property we will perform comprehensive reference checks. Reference checks are paid for by the incoming tenant. Our reference checks include a credit history check, bankruptcy and CCJ check, previous landlord reference and employer reference.  We use one of the UK’s leading provider or referencing services to complete these checks.  These are normally returned within 1-3 working days.
  5. Once we have revived acceptable checks we will secure the property by taking a holding deposit and organise an entry date.
  6. We will coordinate with your to ensure the property meets all legal requirements before the tenant moves in and if necessary arrange nay repairs or safety certificates if required,
  7. On the day of entry we will meet the tenant at the property and complete all paperwork the inventory with them to ensure no future complaints or disagreements.
  8. On the day of entry your will be sent rent payment and the deposit will be sent to the rent deposit scheme.
  9. We will collect the rent monthly and you will receive your payment monthly usually on the same date.
  10. The property will be inspected every three months until the tenant has provide their notice to vacate, at this time we will relist the property for let and the process starts again.
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector.  One will be required in every room which has a fixed combustion device, such as a gas fire or boiler.  Devices which are used exclusively for cooking are excluded.
  • Landlord Gas Safety Inspection.  This will be required if your property has one or more gas appliances.  The inspection must be carried by a Gas Safe registered engineer, who will forward a record of the inspection.  A copy of this record must be given to your tenant prior to the start of the tenancy.
  • Energy Performance Certificate.  This gives an actual and potential energy efficiency rating and has been a requirement since November 2009.  It is included as part of a standard home report in Scotland.  A copy should be posted at the property and made available to all viewers.  The certificate should be obtained prior to commencement of marketing and displayed on all property advertising.
  • Electrical Inspection.  From December 2015 electrical inspections will be mandatory for all new tenancies.  There are strict rules about who can carry out these inspections and what they must cover.
  • Legionella Risk Assessment.  This should be carried out prior to any tenants being moved into the property.
  • Landlord Registration.  All private landlords in Scotland must apply for approval as a ‘fit and proper person’ prior to letting their property.  The application should be made prior to commencement of the tenancy.
  • Smoke detectors.  The ‘statutory guidelines’ state that a smoke detector should be installed in each lounge and circulation area such as hallways.  A heat detector should be installed in the kitchen.  All detectors should be mains wired and interlinked.
  • Tenants Deposit Protection.  All tenant’s security deposits must now be submitted to a deposit protection scheme which has been approved by the Scottish government.  The deposit must be submitted within 30 days of the start of the tenancy.