You only pay us when we let your property – nothing until then
Put your best foot forward – we include professional photos as standard with all instructions.
If your tenant leaves before the lease ends, and you’re out of pocket, we’ll adjust your fee accordingly.
Residential Letting Service
When we meet, we’ll listen to and understand you needs, explore your options with you and explain the services we offer. You are under no obligation to take it any further after we meet.
Valuing your property
“How much is my property worth” – we all want to know….however we’ll give you our honest, expert opinion based on a number of factors including: Accommodation, Location, Situation, Condition, Quality of furniture / fixtures and Comparable properties in the area.
Building Energy Rating
Your property needs to have a Building Energy Rating (BER) before we can list it for you. We can arrange this service for you at a nominal fee. Please click here to access the SEAI website which gives detailed information.
We’re licensed by the Property Services Regulatory Authority. We have to issue you with a letter of engagement which we’ll send to you for signing. We also need to comply with AML (Anti Money Laundering) requirements. We’ll write to you with full details.
Let’s get Letting
Once you instruct us, we’ll agree the date that your property is available from. Our photographer will visit the property to take high quality images. Meanwhile we’ll compose the ad and list the property on the property websites. We’ll call our contacts including “Hot Tenants” – those we’ve met recently who are ready to go. Our phone lines are open 9am – 9pm, Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm Saturday & Sunday.
We’re not a 9 to 5 agent – that’s probably one of the reasons why you’ve asked us to let your property. We show prospective tenants from 9am to 9pm, Monday to Friday and all weekend. This is to ensure that professional tenants we’ll get for your property have the widest possible choice of viewing times.
We’ll give you 24 hours notice of a viewing however if the property is vacant, we’ll show on demand.
All viewings are accompanied allowing us to promote the benefits of your property to prospective tenants. In addition, we’re there to answer any questions they may have about the area or the property. Feedback after each viewing is one of our promises to you.
Sealing the deal
We’ve found the perfect tenant. So what next? We’ll contact you with details of the offer including a brief profile of the tenants together with our recommendation. There may be some requests such as painting a room, a new mattress etc. We’ll guide you through the process and keep you fully informed along the way.
Paying the security deposit
The proposed tenant will pay a security deposit into our client rent account, normally equivalent to one month’s rent. In some cases, you can ask for additional security – for example a “doggy deposit”. This deposit is refundable until the letting agreement is signed.
Moving in your tenant
Your tenant will sign the letting agreement, pay the first month’s rent and collect the keys the day the tenancy commences. We’ll provide them with your full contact details so that they’re fully armed in the event of any issues. If we’re managing the property for you, they’ll be put in touch with our property management team together with details of our 24 / 7 emergency phone line.
Tidying up the paperwork
Once your tenant moves in, we’ll complete the file by transferring the utilities and registering the tenancy with the PRTB. There is a €90 charge levied by the PRTB for each tenancy registration. For more information please click here
Nobody likes to wait for their money – we guarantee to transfer your balance to you within 24 hours of your tenant collecting the keys. We’ll already have the security deposit and the first month’s rent, from this we’ll deduct our professional fees and transfer the balance to you together with a detailed statement.
This is just a brief outline of our service – we’re really flexible in our approach and will create a service just for you. It’s your property your way.