Tenant Introduction Service
Marketing More Effectively This service is ideally suited to those landlords who wish to have the fl exibility to manage their own properties and simply want professional help in fi nding appropriate tenants, undertaking all the necessary checks to ensure their suitability and setting up the Initial Tenancy Agreement. With a long list of prospective tenants registered with us at any one time, we are usually in a position to fi ll the property quickly, thus minimising the time in which the property remains vacant.
Effective Advertising Once instructed to fi nd tenants, we act fast to ensure the best possible return on your investment. In addition to our existing list of potential applicants we promote your property via a planned, and targeted advertising programme in the local press and through prominent window displays in our offi ces. With a broad range of resources available we are confi dent of reaching the widest possible market at the earliest opportunity
Branch Network and Online The marketing of your property is supported by the production of weekly property lists, with colour photography, for circulation to the many potential tenants on our mailing list as well as those individuals who visit our branches. In addition all properties are automatically included on our ‘real-time’ website, www.gth.net
, helping to reach a much wider audience.
In addition to advising on the best rental value we can offer assistance on how to present the property effectively to make it as appealing as possible.
Referencing Tenants All the necessary background research, including personal and fi nancial references and credit checks, on prospective tenants are completed on your behalf by our experienced team to ensure that the tenants are in a position to meet the rent and understand the terms and conditions of the tenancy agreement. Once completed we would arrange for the collection of the deposit, the fi rst months rent and the setting up of the standing order mandate.
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