As a leading, fully independent, real estate company with offices in Dublin and Galway, we have vast experience in the area of residential lettings. And with a clear and pre-defined process in place when it comes to finding the best tenants for your property, we protect your investment into the future.
By giving our clients a risk-free, ‘no let – no fee’ promise, you have nothing to lose by choosing us as your partner – and we only gain when we deliver the required results.
Our letting agents are encouraged only ever to recommend suitably qualified applicants to lease your property. Furthermore, we will only ever sign-up the right applicant for your property, even if it that might involve a little more time and effort on our part.
To ensure we secure the best tenant for you, we require detailed written references and identification documents from all would-be tenants: we will never recommend anyone as a suitable tenant for your property until all questions are answered to our satisfaction.
Finally, we have a number of criteria that we follow during the approval process; this ensures that every applicant is treated fairly and equitably throughout the application process.
– Drafting of the lease agreements
– Inventory of property
– PRTB registration forms
– Standing order mandates
– Schedule of condition of the property
We will arrange for the execution of the tenancy agreement, payment of the first month’s rent and an appropriate security deposit. We will also ensure that your tenant signs the appropriate standing order mandate and is made aware of their responsibility to fill in, copy, and forward to you the completed schedule of condition of your property.
Finally, once funds have been lodged to our client account, we will make the appropriate transfer of client funds to your nominated bank account and will keep you informed of this process at all stages.
For data protection reasons we are unable to contact or transfer phone /cable/broadband utility providers. As a result, your tenant is responsible for transferring these accounts into their name. You, as a landlord, are responsible for ceasing any existing accounts relating to these utilities, which are either in your name or the name of your previous tenant.
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