Landlord Services

Property Management

McGranaghan Rentals.com offers landlords exceptional services that are tailored towards all your letting requirements. Our dynamic rental department have a wealth of experience and with our utilisation of the lastest cutting edge technology and marketing practises we are confident that we fulfil our commitment to rent your property.

In addition to tenant finding, we can offer a property management service. Let us know what package suits you.

Services Let Only Prop. Management
Free paper advertisements in 3 local newspapers
Free energy performance certificate (EPC)
Free rental valuations
Free to let board
Free advertising on several web sites
Free text messaging service for tenants requiring rental properties
Free emailing service for tenants requiring rental properties
Free key accompanied viewings by our experience staff.
Free reports on all viewing
Free digitally produced internal and external colour photographs
Free advice regarding the private tenancies (NI) order 2006
Free advice regarding the Requirement of a certificate of fitness
Prepare lease agreement
Collect one month rent and security deposit prior to occupancy
Explanation of lease agreement to the tenant
Credit checks on tenancy applications
Processing housing benefit forms
Advice on landlord's insurance
Our friendly service and expert advice
Free property management service for the first month
Quarterly visits to ensure tenancy agreement compliance
Monthly rent collection, on your behalf, which we will BACS into your personnel account
Prepare monthly statements of account for your records
Can advise on refurbishment
Arrange maintenance and repairs inline with your instructions
Manage tenancy renewals
With our knowledge of the market, we can conduct rental value reviews
Advice & assistance with tenancy disputes
Arrange for renewal of lease
Arrange for tenant checkout
Swift pursuit of tenants for late payments
Management of any tenancy breaches

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