Landlord service options

Lawlors offer three levels of service to accommodate the differing needs of our clients, from a Full Managed Service for those that prefer the convenience and peace of mind an ‘all inclusive’ style service, to an Tenant Find, for the experienced ‘do it yourself’ landlord.

The options we can offer and our fees are listed below (service level fees are a percentage of the rental income including VAT)

Fully Managed
15%
Rent Collection
12.5%
Tenant Find
10%
What's included in Fully Managed:
What's included in Rent Collection:
What's included in Tenant Find:
Fully Managed
15%
Rent Collection
12.5%
Tenant Find
10%

Before tenancy

Provide free valuation and suggest areas of improvement to maximise income
Prepare full colour property details, internal and external images
Arrange Energy Performance Certificate
Upload your property to our website and major property websites including Rightmove and Zoopla
Highlighted to our registered potential tenants
Accompanied 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
Arrange for deposit to be transferred to Landlord for registration in a Government approved Deposit Protection Scheme
Collect first month (cleared funds) rent in advance
Provide tenant with all details for rental payments

During tenancy

Educating, advising and implementing new legislative changes
Arrange annual gas safety check, if requested
Collect rent on a monthly basis, held in a protected Client Account
Chase late rents
Payments by BACS once cleared funds are received from tenant avoiding delays
Provide detailed HMRC compliant monthly statements
Negotiate renewal at end of fixed term
Advise on annual rent increases
Collect tenant deposit and register free of charge with a Government approved Deposit Protection Scheme and continue to protect according to legislation instead of it being forwarded to the landlord.
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
Provide tenants with basic household/housekeeping advice and education
Arrange an end of tenancy inspection and negotiate any dilapidation issues which arise
Serve notice to regain property, liaise with legal teams and where necessary provide court representation.

After tenancy

Represent landlords where dispute is raised with the Government back deposit protection scheme
Serve Section 8 or 21 notice to regain possession of the property and represent the landlord in court if needed