So, whether you’re a new landlord or a seasoned landlord with an entire portfolio under management, you want peace of mind that your property is being well cared for.
Whilst properties are undoubtedly most people’s largest asset, they also require ongoing maintenance. From a faulty boiler and broken-down washing machine, to a leaky tap or a bedroom in need of some TLC (and a lick of paint), property maintenance can be a time-intensive process.
This is why the rental property management Surrey team at Grosvenor is committed to approaching our clients’ properties as if they were our own.
In fact, of all the Surrey property management companies, Grosvenor sets itself apart by not just handling all of our clients’ on-site repair and remedial works, but we also ensure that our clients are fully compliant at all times.
In a world of ever-changing legislation, landlords now have an even greater responsibility to ensure that the legal requirements around letting a property are sufficiently met. Our property management service in Surrey not only ensures that all the physical aspects surrounding letting a property are in good order, but that the legal aspects are in good order, too.
Our comprehensive lettings service includes the full spectrum of property management in Surrey and covers:
Our expert team of lettings management professionals are on hand to help make letting your property a seamless and stress-free experience.
Whether you’re a one-property landlord or a seasoned property investor with a wide portfolio of properties, we can help.
For advice or to discuss letting your property with us, contact your local Grosvenor team on any of the following three numbers:
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A Grosvenor fully managed service involves high attention to detail and requires strong communication skills. It’s vitally important that our clients’ needs are at the forefront of everything we do.
A client who has opted for a fully managed service in Surrey can expect a dedicated property manager that is familiar and well versed on their property. They can expect a bespoke service where their needs and specific requirements are met and tailored in a way that works for each individual.
Daily property management involves consistently advising landlords on the management of their property and providing the necessary updates. This will include building strong relationships between themselves, their tenants and our suppliers.
The roll of a property manager is to be responsible for the overall operation of a client’s property. To address issues and concerns, handle day to day maintenance and look to minimise costs.
To oversee and inspect properties, coordinate large refurbishment works and arrange periodic tenancy inspections. It’s important for a property manager to always ensure compliance and legislation is achieved. Which includes but not limited to, organising gas safety inspections, electrical installation condition reports, energy performance certificates, portable appliance testing and other renewals of safety certificates where required.
Work will include arranging inventories, the processing of renewals and working closely with the lettings team to ensure smooth tenancy transitions. There will be involvement when closing out a deposit, dealing with complaints or disputes and informing utility providers.