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Let Only
Our letting service includes the following:
Rent Collection
Our rent collection services include the following:
Property Management
We take great pride in offering you the best service possible. By choosing our property management services we will make sure that:

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Gas Safety
As a landlord you must comply with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998. In order to comply with these regulations you need to possess a current Gas Safety Certificate, and Topline Property Management can arrange for a Corgi Registered Gas Engineer to carry out an inspection and issue a certificate
Tenancy Agreement
A tenancy agreement will need to be signed before tenants take possession of your property. If you instruct us to arrange the agreement, we will draft the AST (or non-housing act agreement if applicable), prepare Section 48, Section 21 and Section 213 (if we are holding the deposit) notices, and arrange for the agreement to be signed and executed correctly at the commencement of the tenancy.
An Inventory includes a detailed description of the property and it’s contents. It can be used as a checklist for all of the furniture, fixtures and fittings to be assessed and accounted for when a new tenancy begins. A professionally produced inventory serves the interests of the landlord in the event of any dispute relating to deductions from the tenancy deposit at the end of the tenancy.
A Check-In details the decorative state of the property and provides a full schedule of condition. Before a Check-In can be carried out an Inventory of the property needs to be produced.
At the very end of the tenancy, an independent inventory clerk will be instructed to produce a check out report. This report will be used to identify the decorative state of the
Portable Appliance Test (PAT)
As a landlord, it is your responsibility to ensure that any electrical appliances supplied are safe, and pose no risk of injury or death to humans or pets, or risk of damage to property.
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
As a landlord you must comply with the Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations (2007/991). If you do not already possess an EPC for your
Landlord Rent Guarantee
More details available upon request
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
EICR Report
Quarterly Management Inspection
Quarterly management inspections are done to keep track of the condition / wear and tear of the property throughout the tenancy.

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