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Valuation Request

what is your property worth?


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The Landlords Letting Guide

Step 1: Accurate valuation

Your aim should be to sell your property at the best possible
price in the shortest possible time. Our expert property
consultants have intimate and unparalleled knowledge of
property values in your area.

Call us on 020 7868 1444 or complete the property
valuation request form.

Step 2: Selecting an estate agent

When choosing a letting agent consider their opening hours,
when they will be available to conduct viewings, and what
kind of marketing your property will receive. These are
critical to obtaining the maximum rental value for your
property.

You should also check if your agent will organise your
government-required Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
on your behalf or if you need to arrange this yourself? You
are responsible for making this document available to
prospective and future tenants. Robinson Marsh can
arrange this for you.

Step 3: Accurate valuation

Letting your property as a short let (for a period of up to six
months) can be an ideal solution as you will benefit from the
following: high returns on your property, rent paid in
advance, flexibility of commitment, minimum void periods,
Property Management and often high quality corporate
tenants.

Step 4: Corporate Services

We deal with some of the world's most respected company’s and help them to find a wide variety of accommodation for their employees.
With a diverse range of requirements, including both long
and short term lets, corporate tenants are often prepared to
pay a premium for the right property.

Step 5: Considering Property Management

Instructing Robinson Marsh to manage your property gives
you peace of mind that both your property and tenant will be cared for 24/7. Your Property Manager will look after the
general day-to-day management and more complex issues such as emergency repairs, collection of rent, transfer of utilities and much more.

 

 

Step 6: Presenting your property

First impressions count, making the presentation of your
property critical to a successful let.
Consider addressing any DIY jobs you have been meaning
to get done, add a fresh coat of paint and try to declutter to
make rooms appear larger.

Step 7: Professionalism

Robinson Marsh is a member of The Property Ombudsman,  and complies with the Tenancy Deposit Protection Scheme. These memberships provide sellers, buyers, landlords and tenants with an assurance that they will receive the highest level of customer service.

Step 8: Before start of tenancy

Before you let your property for the first time you must
obtain a professional and comprehensive inventory. This will
set out the condition and contents of the property. Robinson
Marsh will organise a professional inventory on your behalf.

Step 9: Marketing your property

Known for our comprehensive marketing, we endeavour to
present our clients properties in the best manner to
achieve the highest volume of interest from potential
tenants. Our properties receive maximum exposure across
a variety of different media, including: our new website,
print media, use of portal websites such as Rightmove,
Findaproperty, Primeloction, and direct email marketing.

Step 10: Offers

As soon as an offer is received we will contact you to
communicate full details of an offer along with any special
conditions to help you decide whether or not to accept.
Once you accept an offer we will do the following,
regardless of whether your property is managed:
• Collect references from the tenant
• Arrange signing of Tenancy Agreement
• Collect moving-in payment (rent + deposit)
• Carry out check-in and inventory
For your added peace of mind, where applicable we will
hold the deposit as a stakeholder and register this with a
deposit protection scheme, resulting in a faster deposit
release process at the end of the tenancy.

Step 11: Completion

Upon completion, keys will be released to the inventory
clerk or the tenant on moving-in day.
Congratulations, your property is now let!