At am-pm leasing we look after your property as if it was our own. This means finding a quality tenant in the shortest space of time and at the best possible rent. Once you tenant has moved in we recommend that we look after your property ensuring that you get it back in the best possible condition and with the rent paid on time.
We can offer 2 distinct services to landlords who are considering leasing their property.
Our TENANT FINDING SERVICE includes:-
AM-PM fee- one half of the first month’s rent (plus vat). Subject to a minimum fee of £350 plus vat.
Our FULL MANAGEMENT SERVICE includes:-
Am-pm fee- one half of the first month rent (plus vat). Subject to a minimum £350 plus vat. Monthly management fee of between 6% and 9.5% (plus vat) depending on how many properties are managed.
At AM-PM we are experts in implementing the best safety advice and ensuring that you comply with current safety legislation. Leasing out a property is now highly regulated and landlords can find themselves held personally liable in the event of a failure to comply with current safety legislation. We will ensure that your property complies with current safety legislation and arrange for all your safety checks required by law and this will give you peace of mind that your property is safe for your tenant to reside in.
If your property has a gas supply this requires to be tested annually by a Gas Safe registered engineer.
Appliances such as TV’s, kettles, washing machines should be tested on every change of tenancy and certainly no less than every 12 months.
Fixed wiring and sockets should be tested no less than every 3 years.
It is a legal requirement to have a EPC prior to a property being marketed for lease. All leased properties are required to have an EPC which is valid for a period of 10 years.
From 1st January 2016 all leased properties must now be fitted with mains powered smoke and heat detectors and CO alarms. We will arrange for installation where necessary. It is essential that these alarms and detectors are subjected to an annual inspection and test and at the start of every tenancy.
Landlords are now responsible for making sure that the risks involving Legionella are properly assessed and controlled. If a landlord fails in his/her obligations in this regard the consequences can be serious and there are heavy fines and even imprisonment can be imposed especially if someone were to unfortunately die. Landlords can be prosecuted even if there is an exposure to risk without anyone actually becoming ill.