Warwick

Letting a Property in Warwick

If you are looking to rent out property in Warwick then youíll find all the information you need here on cwhomes.co.uk, the regionís Number One property portal. CW Homes is a partnership between 55 of the regionís busiest and best Independent Estate Agents, giving your property the maximum exposure.

Whether you are an established landlord or new to the market, CW homes Independent Estate Agents can help you let your property in the Coventry and Warwickshire area. Click here to contact them all with one form.

Decide who you are marketing your properties to and furnish accordingly; a basic student house is not going to appeal to a family or a young professional couple. You also need to decide what is acceptable to you both in terms of tenants and the use of the property. If you donít want unemployed people, pets or sublets, then clarify this at the beginning of the process and have any clauses drawn into your tenancy agreement.

If you do want to rent your property to students then enquire about having it accredited with the relevant university or college.

Renting out property is the same as any other business and it will require continual investment, replacements and repairs to keep it running well. Make sure you budget for this when you set your rent.

Checklist for a smooth rental

  • Set a realistic rent to avoid the property standing empty for long periods and agree how it is going to be paid and receipted each month
  • Make a rent book available to tenants if requested
  • Implement a regular maintenance programme to make sure boilers, appliances etc are safe, legal and useable
  • Make sure your door locks are legally compliant
  • If your property has self contained units then you will need to check the legal requirements for fire exits, door locks etc.
  • Draw up a tenancy agreement; your agent can help you with this
  • Advertise your property through a registered cwhomes.co.uk letting agent
  • Decide whether you will manage the property yourself or take advantage of a management service from your agent
  • Keep your property and any inclusive appliances in a good state of repair at all times
  • Keep an inventory of all furnishings in the property and update it at the end of every tenancy
  • If you are unsure of your responsibilities as a landlord then ask your agent.

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Brian Holt
Crabb Curtis
ehB Residential
Godfrey Payton
Hawkesford
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