Why use us to let your property in Warwickshire and WestMidlands?

If you are looking for a tenant to rent your property out in Warwickshire and West Midlands we can assure you that you are looking in the right place. We have moved over 30,000 families into homes over the years across the UK and UAE.
Our tenant registration has seen continuous growth month on month and we can guarantee a seamless, well organized transition in a short space of time.

Allsopp & Allsopp Lettings opened for Business in the UK In July 2017 we have seen exponential growth across our UK offices and in the short amount of time have built an unparalleled experience with our landlords and tenants.

Our well-trained, expert letting agents are dedicated to providing you with impeccable local and industry knowledge as their sole focus is within residential lettings . They are on the front line daily and are the first point of contact to your potential new tenant. Don’t be shy – feed our agents with all the information they need to present your property in the best light! Personalised client focus is paramount and is achieved by delivering detailed information tailored to your circumstances at every stage of the rental process.

Allsopp & Allsopp work tirelessly to ensure we are fully compliant and regulated to all current UK rental sector legislation in which we operate client money protection through Propertymark. We are members of safe agent and are agents are qualified with Nfopp.

We can help you find your perfect tenant with our in-house marketing experts. When you choose Allsopp & Allsopp to rent out your property in Warwickshire and West Midlands, you will automatically benefit from our unrivalled marketing package. We have a very high monthly marketing spend to ensure your property will be professionally photographed, photos edited to enhance key features to give tenants a real feel for your property encouraging them to view. All of which comes together under one roof to avoid delays and to ensure impeccable quality.

Allsopp & Allsopp believe communication is key we use a state of the arts payments platform to ensure landlords and tenants are fully up to date with payment schedules and monthly statements, We provide sms notifications for rental payments and outstanding arrears as well as a full payment advice via email.

To provide our landlords with peace of mind and a stress free tenancy we have an in-house property management team who deal with day to day management of your property and to keep our finger on the pulse we will provide you with 6 monthly photographic inspections eliminating the possibility of problems later on in the tenancy.

You can find our letting agents in any CV postcode within the Midlands, we are on hand to help you with whatever stage you are at in the rental process. We would love to meet you, feel free to pop in to any of our branches and say hello.

  • Advice for landlords

    Here's some help navigating through the process of letting out your property. This process can, at times, be tricky so we hope you find these tips helpful!

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Yes. Your mortgage lender needs to give you permission before you can let your property, and they may impose special conditions. If you are buying a property with the intention of letting it out, you can obtain a buy to let mortgage.

This really depends on how much support you need. At Allsopp & Allsopp we offer three main service levels: Blue, Silver and Black. Each involves a different degree of service from Allsopp & Allsopp and the fees we charge reflect this. Be sure you understand an agent’s fees and exactly what you receive for your money when you ask them to conduct a lettings valuation.

Choosing a fully managed service allows you to completely relax. You never have to worry about the let. It creates a professional distance between you and the tenancy and means you can avoid having to deal with all the bad bits like rent arrears and deposit disputes.

It’s not essential to redecorate your property before placing it on the market, however, if an area is in need of a lick of paint this will appeal to potential tenants. A good and clean property will always attract the good tenants!

An inventory is a detailed list of the contents and condition of your property taken before the tenant moves in. It is important that if there is a dispute over damage at the end of the tenancy, you have proof of the original condition of the property and its contents.

A Gas Safety Record (GSR) is in place to ensure that all gas appliances, pipes and flues are in safe working order. It must be carried out by a qualified Gas Safe Register engineer. This needs to be checked every 12 months.

Whilst Allsopp & Allsopp vets all tenants prior to arranging viewings, in some circumstances, a tenant may not be approved immediately via referencing. Obvious examples are students without a regular income, or someone leaving their family home for the first time with no renting history. There are still options for tenants in this position, they could pay the rent for the full term up front, or seek out a guarantor, with the landlord's consent.

The tenant is responsible for the council tax (unless you decide to include this in the rent) but this needs to be clearly stated in the tenancy agreement. If the property is standing empty, it is the landlord’s responsibility to pay.

The Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA) is the leading professional and regulatory body for letting agents in the UK. ARLA is dedicated to protecting consumers by improving standards and professionalism within the lettings industry. Allsopp & Allsopp choose to be members of a regulatory body.

Furthermore ARLA members have to adhere to the Client Money Protection Scheme and Professional Indemnity Insurance, therefore clients money will always be protected.

If you instruct Allsopp & Allsopp to manage your property and tenants, regularly scheduled visits will take place at the property, and condition reports emailed to the landlord. This ensures that the property is being looked after and maintained in a good condition, and highlights any maintenance issues.

Either the tenant pays to fix the damage, or the cost for fixing the damage is proposed to be removed from the tenant’s security deposit at the end of the tenancy. However, fair wear and tear should be allowed for.

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