D Noble Ltd would be happy to manage a rental property on your behalf. It is in everyone's interest that the property is occupied as soon as possible and we make every effort to see that that is achieved.
All properties are photographed and marketed through Rightmove and Zoopla as well as via our own online channels.
We levy a management fee of 7.0% on each property.
Before we can offer your property onto the rental market we will require an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) and an annual Gas Safety Check. We can provide the Gas Safety Check for you if you so wish, the fee for this would then be deducted from the first months rent.
Our terms of management are based on the following:
We work hard to ensure any voids are less than a week
- We expect all properties to be handed back in the same condition as when they were first let
- We carry all the tradesmen necessary to turn around any required repairs, in a prompt and efficient manner, without the need to involve third parties. We will provide quotes in any event
- When we have found a suitable tenant we charge them £80 to cover administration and a credit check, this is somewhat lower than many agents, and we don't charge the tenants a tenancy set-up fee, unlike much of our competition
- Tenancy agreements are for a minimum 12 months. We don't charge to renew tenancy arrangements and have found that this has the added effect of encouraging rental beyond the initial period
- Tenants must give one months notice notice prior to departure which allows adequate time to find replacement tenants
- The required £650 bond must, by law, be lodged in a deposit protection scheme. We recommend you use Deposit Protection Services, which is where we place ours
- It would be prudent to take out a Landlord's Insurance Policy to cover buildings and contents. Unlike regular household insurance this also covers you for public liability
- Property inspections can be carried out at an extra cost of £50 per visit and a report sent to you. This can only be don every 6 months in respect of tenants rights entitlement to 'quiet enjoyment' of their home