Thanks for thinking of us & welcome to the rental world. You will probably have a million and one questions if you’re a first time landlord: how much rent your property could earn you, what legal obligations are required and how to find the best tenant.
You may have one property, you may have 50 but it is always important to talk to a local lettings expert (us).
You can be assured that we will achieve the best rental price for you with our professional photography and pre-application and tenant verification process for letting and managing a number of properties in the local area.
Let’s meet so we can find out how we can help, we’ll come out, have a look round the property and make a plan together.
We have let and managed properties since opening our office in Cheadle Hulme in 2008 and have a wealth of knowledge of the rental market in the local area as well as being landlords ourselves. Each member of the SW lettings team can offer immeasurable advise on a range of rental queries.
Tell us about your plans and we will put together a marketing package to get you the best tenant for your property. We can show you our stunning photography, our unique presented video tours and talk you through how we can offer you the best service for your needs..
You may question why you need us to let your house, you put an advert on social media and you get people lined up to line your pockets. But what do you do if those people aren’t who they say they are, what do you do when they stop paying the rent and won’t return your calls? Without having a full understanding of tenants rights and landlords obligations you can end up in a legal minefield and it can be a costly one! We take care of all the legal requirements so that you don’t have to and so you’re covered if something ever goes wrong.
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Where to start So, you’re considering investing in the property market as a buy to let opportunity but have no idea where to start. Well,