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Because every landlord has a different reason for letting a property, every landlord has different needs and that’s why we provide a range of flexible landlord’s services.
Whichever lettings service you choose from Intercounty we'll give you a crystal clear landlord agreement at the beginning so you know exactly what's included.
The options we can offer and a table of fees are listed below.
Provide free valuation and suggest areas of improvement to maximize income
Arrange Energy Performance Certificate
Prepare full colour property details with floorplans, internal and external images
Upload your property to our website and major property websites including Rightmove and Zoopla
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Email and SMS text alerts to our registered potential tenants
Arranging and accompanying viewings
Full tenant referencing including detailed credit, employment and previous landlord reference checks
Advise on issues of compliance
Preparation of the Tenancy Agreement
Arrange for Inventory and end of tenancy check out
Collect 6 weeks security deposit and if held by us will register with a Government approved Deposit Protection Scheme and continue to protect the deposit according to legislation
Collect first month (cleared funds) rent in advance
Provide tenant with Banker’s Standing Order for rental payments
Provide 4 free weeks of pre agreed full management holiday cover per year (52 weeks for Full Management)
Educating, advising and implementing new legislative changes
Arrange annual gas safety check
Collect rent on a monthly basis, held in a protected Client Account
Chase late rents using our dedicated arrears and collection team implementing a strict process including early alerts to the landlord
Payments by BACS once cleared funds are received from tenant avoiding delays
Provide detailed HMRC compliant monthly statements
Access to your personal Landlord account details via our website
Negotiate renewal at end of fixed term
Advise on annual rent increases
Initial Right to Rent checks carried out
Notifying local authority for council tax responsibility
Visiting the property on the day the tenancy commences to test smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
On going Right to Rent checks carried out where necessary
We will keep you informed of any new legislation relevant to renting your property
Provide tenants with basic household / housekeeping advice and education
Designated property manager provided
Manage all issues of repair, maintenance and remedial work
Arrange and manage all emergency work
Regular property visits reporting back to the Landlord including detailed photo reports
Arrange an end of tenancy inspection and negotiate any dilapidation issues which arise
Represent landlords where dispute is raised with the Government backed deposit protection scheme
Serve notice to regain property, liaise with legal teams and where necessary provide court representation
Designated Senior Property Manager
Preparation annual HMRC Statement
Premium Listing on Rightmove
Quarterly property inspections
Early notification of investment opportunities
Agree the market rent and find a tenant in accordance with the landlord guidelines; Advise on refurbishment
Provide guidance on compliance with statutory provisions and letting consents Carry out accompanied viewings (as appropriate )
Market the property and advertise on relevant portals rect board outside property in accordance with Town and Country Planning Act 1990 Advise on non-resident tax status and HMRC (if relevant)
Register landlord and tenant details and protect the security deposit with an Government-authorised Scheme
Provide the tenant(s) with the Deposit Certificate and Prescribed Information within 30 days of start of tenancy.
Review rent in accordance with current prevailing market condition and advise the landlord Negotiate with tenant
Direct tenant to make payment change as appropriate Update the tenancy agreement
Serve Section 13 Notice if tenancy is on a rolling monthly basis.
Court Attendance £60 (inc VAT) per hour
Client Money Protection is provided by Propertymark. The redress scheme for Intercounty is The Property Ombudsman Scheme.
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Definitions of common words and phrases you will come across when letting
12% incl VAT
A cost effective solution with landlord involvement
15% incl VAT
Fully supportive tenancy management service
18% incl VAT
Our ‘concierge’ tenancy management with additional services
Essential and Preferred plus:
Setup Fee (Landlords Share): £150 (inc VAT)
Agree the market rent and find a tenant in accordance with the landlord guidelines; Advise on refurbishment.
Provide guidance on compliance with statutory provisions and letting consents Carry out accompanied viewings (as appropriate).
Market the property and advertise on relevant portals rect board outside property in accordance with Town and Country Planning Act 1990 Advise on non-resident tax status and HMRC (if relevant).
Inventory Fee (landlords share)
Dependant on the number of bedrooms and/or size of the property and outbuildings. Please ask in branch for further details.
Deposit Registration Fee: £72 (inc VAT)
Register landlord and tenant details and protect the security deposit with an Government-authorised Scheme.
Additional property visits: £42 (inc VAT)
To attend for specific requests such as neighbour disputes; more visits are required to monitor the tenancy; or any maintenance-linked visit.
Submission of non-resident landlords receipts to HMRC £30 (inc VAT) quarterly
To remit and balance the financial return to HMRC quarterly – and respond to any specific query relating to the return from the landlord or HMRC.
Obtaining more than two contractors quotes £24 (inc VAT) per quote
Rent Review Fee £30 (inc VAT)
Review rent in accordance with current prevailing market condition and advise the landlord Negotiate with tenant.
Direct tenant to make payment change as appropriate Update the tenancy agreementServe Section 13 Notice if tenancy is on a rolling monthly basis.
Renewal Fee (landlords share) £60 (inc VAT) (Fully managed and Rent collection only)
Contract negotiation, amending and updating terms and arranging a further tenancy and agreement.
Court Attendance £60 (inc VAT) per hour
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