Estate Agent Letting FAQ's
Most frequent questions and answers when renting property answered
Harding Lettings cover Brentwood and all surrounding areas.
Including CM12, CM13, CM14, CM15, RM3 and RM5
The marketing price of your property will be determined by many figures, but the main components are current marketing conditions, location, size, accommodation, and other similar rentals that have been recently achieved.
Hardings Lettings will conduct the viewings on the landlords behalf, saving time and ensuring quality applications.
If landlords wish to meet qualified applications, then Hardings will arrange this.
All our tenants must complete and pass a vigorous and extensive referencing procedure. This process is outsourced to a top industry accredited company and our landlords can review those results.
Landlords must insure the building when letting a property.
The insurance must specifically cover the letting or residential property.
Hardings Lettings can advise you of who to contact.
In the unlikely event that a tenant fails to pay their rent, Hardings Lettings will proactively manage that situation.
We would recommend that before the commitment of every tenancy the landlord takes a rent and legal cover insurance.
Hardings Lettings will advise you on the steps needed to resolve a rent arrears situation quickly and efficiently.
Tenants will be responsible of all utilities as part of their assured shorthold tenancy agreement
Within our managed service, Hardings Letting will report repairs required to the landlord. We will take landlords instructions and arrange certified contractors to attend and resolve any issues.
You do not have to provide furniture, however the tenant can expect kitchen appliances to be provided
eg. cooker, washing machine, fridge freezer.