Save up to 60% on what you're currently paying your estate agent?
Significantly improve your rental cash flow?
Stop paying estate agent management fees a year in advance?
Enjoy the peace of mind that hassle-free property management brings?
Offer a well-run home for tenants who stay longer paying market rent?
If you have a property you’re renting out, the chances are you’re paying an estate agent a percentage of your rental income to manage your tenancy. Typically, this will be in the region of 6% including VAT.
What you get in return is a managed tenancy but, crucially, not a managed property. Despite your property being part of your overall wealth portfolio, your estate agent has no great interest in protecting it. As long as it’s occupied, he or she is making a tidy sum.
And when the tenant leaves, so does the agent – leaving you with a neglected asset with a value well below what it should be.
The percentage game is outmoded and obsolete and now there’s a new game in town. Fixed-cost monthly membership with Property Wealth Management gives you world class tenancy management and the peace of mind that comes from knowing your long-term capital wealth is being looked after, too.
Interested? Call 0207 129 1282 or email Robert Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently, we were approached by a landlord named Mr Turner* who asked us to take over the management of his third-floor apartment from the firm of estate agents he had been using up to that point. The property was located within a well-run, relatively new 10-year-old purpose built building in a popular part of London … Continue reading “The Depressing Case of the Landlord Who Paid £5,148 to an Estate Agent and Lost £15,000 in the Process”
Watching television these days, you could be forgiven for thinking that landlords and tenants are constantly at war with one another. The penchant for programme makers to paint the lettings market as a micro-environment of hatred does nothing to inspire confidence in landlords, tenants or agents – yet the truth is that in the majority … Continue reading “Why it pays to be fair to your tenants”Read more Read previous