LETTINGS AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Lemon Street Lettings use Zoopla as the main advertising portal and advertise properties in the office window and the use of social media.

We are registered with The Deposit Protection Service for client deposits.

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Things to consider

Whether you want to handle everything yourself, some of it, or absolutely none of it, we’ve got you covered! At Lemon Street Lettings, we deal with all aspects of lettings with tailor-made packages to suit all landlords.

  • How to present the property to attract the best possible tenant
  • What items are to remain at the property
  • Recommended pricing strategy
  • Advice on Buy to Let
  • Specific marketing
  • Landlord requirements
  • Current market conditions
  • The letting process and the responsibilities of the landlord
  • Level of management required
  • Legal requirements

Landlord Responsibilities

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

This provides the property with an energy rating and is valid for 10 years. All landlords are required to purchase an EPC before letting a property. 

Gas Safety Certificate

This is to ensure all appliances, pipes and flues are in safe and working order – this must be carried out every 12 months by a qualified Gas Safe Register engineer.

Electrical Installation Condition Report

Things you might want to know about

We offer free, no-obligation market appraisals and strive to offer good customer service to landlords and tenants.

Rent guarantee insurance covers your rental income if your tenants stop paying their rent.


With thousands of tenants going into arrears each year, renters insurance can provide landlords with peace of mind and valuable back-up.

 

All landlords must provide installed and working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms on their property. There must be at least one smoke alarm installed on every story and a carbon monoxide detector in any room containing a fuel-burning appliance.


It’s important to factor in the day to day running costs of a property into your financial calculations for rental yield.

For example:

  • Letting agent fees
  • Interest
  • Redecorating
  • Insurance
  • Annual safety checks
  • General building maintenance

In 2019 a new law came into force to make sure rented properties are ‘fit for human habitation’ meaning, it’s safe and free from things that could cause serious harm.

Kirsty Richards

Founder & CEO

Major-Troon Collis

Marketing & Operations Manager

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