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Need Help Finding Tenants in East Sussex and across England?

We can provide you with a tenant finding service whether you are an East Sussex landlord utilising our property management service or managing your rental property yourself. We would love to help you if you have residential properties that need tenants in Uckfield, Hailsham, Heathfield, Crowborough, Lewes or surrounding areas across East Sussex.

We are landlords ourselves, so we take tenant finding very seriously.

Our tenant finding service in East Sussex includes (as appropriate):

  • Advertising on Zoopla and Prime Location
  • To Let boards at the property
  • Other advertising as appropriate (we sometimes put ads in local shop windows or advertise in classified ads in local papers)
  • Handle enquiries from potential tenants
  • Arranging viewings/show rounds
  • Follow ups
  • Home visits to prospective tenants current properties (to check on condition)
  • Thorough referencing
  • Taking of guarantors
  • Preparing ASTs (Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreements)
  • Check ins
  • Inventories
  • Registering deposits
  • Taking the initial rent
  • If LHA we will assist the tenant with their LHA application.

If you would like help with property improvements/refurbishments or to handover the property management responsibility, please get in touch. We're happy to help. 

 






I prefer to use smaller, local, family firm type letting agents, as I have found them to be very switched on to getting the right tenant for the property. They know that if they select the wrong one who becomes a pain and doesn’t pay or trashes the property, they are not going to make any money out of it. They are personally vested in finding the right tenant because they are dealing with both tenant and landlord, so will get pressure from both. Putting too much time into one property zaps their profit on it, so they are greatly incentivised to find the right tenant.

                    Excerpt taken from an article in ‘Your Property Network’
                   June 2015 written by Andrew Featherstone.