Landlords! Do you have a property to let?
Marble Lettings can provide a complete management service for landlords who would like to let single properties or an entire property portfolio. For landlords the benefits of leasing your property to Marble Lettings are immense:
Lease for 3 or 5 years
We can sign a lease with you for 3-5 years. This will ensure that your property will be 100% managed for the whole of the period. You will not have to worry about finding tenants or leaving your property unoccupied for long periods of time while you try to find tenants. Click here to register your property online
Guaranteed rent everyday for 52 weeks of the year
You will receive a guaranteed market rent for every week that Marble Lettings leases your property. This means you will not lose the rent normally lost between lettings and are protected from market fluctuations in rent. You will also not have to worry about tenants owing you rent arrears, as we will pay you whether they pay or not.
No commission or management fee
Marble Lettings manages the property but does not charge any commission or management fees.
Zero set-up costs
Marble Lettings will not charge you anything for providing schedules of works for your property prior to leasing the property or for the actual setting up of the lease.
Market competitive rent
Marble Lettings will offer you market competitive rent for your property. The rent offered varies depending on which Local Authority the property is located in. Please call us on 020 8216 2041 to discuss the rents that we can offer.
Prompt Rental Payments
Marble Lettings will pay you monthly via an automated BACS system direct into your bank account.
No utility bills or council tax to pay
While tenants reside at the property it will be the tenants responsibility to pay all the utility bills as well as the council tax.
If you are interested in anything you have read or want to find out more about leasing your property to Marble Lettings, please contact us on 020 8216 2041 or why not register your property online?