Both Landlords and Prospective Tenants should ensure that that their agent is an accredited member of a self-regulating body such as RICS or ARLA Propertymark in the same way that they’d check their holiday was protected by ATOL or ABTA.
We manage and/or let over £60Million worth of landlord clients properties in-house, minimising the hassle and maximising the return on their property investment. Our landlords rarely lose out to lengthy void periods between lettings. Our clients money is bonded under RICS rules.
We encourage landlords to employ our full management service, not only to ensure they are compliant with their statutory obligations, but also to have us inspect their investment property at least twice annually to monitor and report on property condition, arrange any remedial works that may be required and ensure the tenant is happy - a happy tenant is a good tenant!
We assist tenants to find high quality property, increasingly with proper in-house management, to meet their needs. Our tenants have a direct point of contact with us, and do not have to travel to distant towns to sign up or communicate.
We engage approved and insured contractors for maintenance, and recommend our landlord clients contact Pi-Property Insurance or call 01789 761660 with their insurance requirements - remember to quote Country Property.
Contact our Management and Lettings team on 01454 322 339 or contact us here.
Our landlord charges and tenant's permitted payments are outlined here.
Client Money Protection (CMP) rules
and bonded under RICS Client Money Scheme for Property Agents, certificate available here.
"SALES: Country Property were extremely professional and friendly throughout the whole process of selling our house. The marketing was excellent, the photographs showed the house very well and we were kept updated on the progress of the sale at all times. We had confidence and faith in the advice we were given and felt that the whole team was always working with our best interests at heart. I would recommend them to anyone. "