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Renting a Property Advice for Landlords

At Premier we offer a variety of letting and management services ranging from tenant finding to full property management for both residential and commercial premises.

We have many potential tenants currently on our extensive rental database awaiting suitable properties.

The benefits of our services to the landlord are:


Free property appraisal
Free property appraisal
Full property management
Full property management
Tenant find
Tenant find
Property insurances
Property insurances
Rental inspections
Rental inspections
Accompanied viewing
Accompanied viewing
Fully referenced tenants
Fully referenced tenants
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Exclusive web site providing nationwide coverage

Landlord Advice

At Premier we also act as an invaluable source of advice and information in relation to lettings. Our experienced staff, effectively acts as an intermediary between the tenant and the landlord, and would free the landlord from the day-to-day running of the let.

One of the main reason many landlords use Premier as their rental agent is the provision of our tenancy agreement, which is set up. This legally protects both the landlord and tenant, minimising any risks involved.

Landlord Advice

Rental Value

As a landlord, the first thing you must decide before letting out a property is how much you can expect to earn from the rental.

A quick phone call to the rental department at Premier and we will be able to provide you with an estimate for what sort of rent you should expect to gain as well as how long it is likely to take to find a suitable tenant.

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Landlord responsibilities

All gas and electrical appliances as well as soft furnishings that are present in the property [excluding the ones a tenant brings in] are legally your responsibility to maintain. Appliances should be checked at least every 12 months and all furnishings should comply with specific flammability regulations.

Unless you have multiple tenants (i.e. various households) in one property, you are not legally obliged to comply with any fire regulations. Still, all landlords should take care of the basics before any new tenants move in such as making sure the smoke detectors work, checking there are one or more working fire extinguishers and throwing away any old heaters that seem potentially hazardous. Also, ask your local fire brigade if they have any advice regarding your specific property.

Landlord responsibilities

How to prepare present your property

One of the quickest ways to rent your property is to make sure it is clean, orderly and as attractive as possible for the viewings.

Imagination need not be used when decorating. Magnolia is usually a very effective colour throughout a rental property. If your property is being let furnished, get rid of any pieces that may deter the viewer rather than woo them. There's no point letting your property furnished if the furniture actually scares people off.

How to prepare present your property