Residential property management

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If you’ve ever overheard other people talking about their experiences, renting out a residential property is nothing but stress, stress and more stress. It’s true that being a Landlord is never straightforward, but the difference with our clients is that they would wholeheartedly recommend it. 

Be an MIH landlord and you can boost your income, take advantage of capital growth and even fund your retirement – while we take care of the hard work! 

Hand over your keys to us and we’ll handle all communication with your tenant, taking you out of the loop. If something goes wrong, they call us. If they are late to pay rent, we chase it up. If it’s time for them to leave, we serve them notice and see it through to the end. 

In the meantime, we look after all the health and safety aspects of being a landlord, negotiate rents and arrange and manage works using our team of trusted contractors. We’ll also make sure that your tenants take good care of your property and will do our best to make them happy in return.

If tenants leave, we will deal with the deposit return on your behalf; always trying to ensure that there is no need to involve the Tenancy Deposit Scheme. In the unlikely event that your case is referred to the Tenancy Deposit Scheme, we will deal with your submission. As always, we will seek to ensure the best and fairest result for you. 

Done well, being a landlord is a full-time job, so give it to the professionals. You’ll get all the benefits and none of the headaches.

Here are some of the residential property services we offer:

  1. Swift emergency response
  2. Credit checks
  3. Rigorous reference gathering
  4. Deposit holding and rent collecting
  5. Utility and insurance management
  6. Optimised client cash flow
  7. Landlord responsibility analysis
  8. Legislation monitoring
  9. Asset planning
  10. 5 – 10-year development strategy
  11. Sustainability planning

Residential Property Management Case Studies

Residential property management
Case Study One


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Case Study Two


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