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  • Reply to estate agent new lettings delays
    by Plithenewark
    thanks, I am certainly favouring this approach. But any idea why they are messing around in this fashion? I suspect we will be charged for referencing....
    15-05-2022, 16:50 PM
  • Reply to estate agent new lettings delays
    by AndrewDod
    Remove your instructions now (hopefully nil to pay) - and don't choose any tenants already passed on. You need to know the name of every tenant that contacted them to avoid a problem. Ask them to disclose that (if they refuse you are absolved if you happen to get the same tenant so make sure it is ...
    14-05-2022, 21:34 PM
  • estate agent new lettings delays
    by Plithenewark
    I have recently advertised a property for let using a local independent estate agent. This will be the first time I have let a property, given a lack of any rentals in the area, the agents were keen and advertised said property at beginning of a week for multiple viewings together at the the end of...
    14-05-2022, 17:16 PM
  • Reply to estate agent new lettings delays
    by ash72
    Not answering your queries does sound unprofessional, on the other hand if they are still awaiting the T's to complete the credit and reference checks this could be the hold up. I would probably give the agent and the T's one additional week, otherwise you are terminating any agreement.
    14-05-2022, 20:14 PM
  • Reply to estate agent new lettings delays
    by JK0
    I think you need to give notice to the existing firm. If you engage someone else before your sole agency runs out, you'll have two lots of commission to pay.
    14-05-2022, 19:09 PM
  • Confusion with Letting Agreements vs Tenancy Agreements
    by abimsalabim
    If the Letting Agreement between a Landlord and their Letting Agent and the Tenancy Agreement between the Landlord, their Tenant and their Letting Agent have conflicting clauses which of them is right?

    For example, if the Letting Agreement states that the inventory checks will cost £100...
    21-04-2022, 11:11 AM
  • Reply to Confusion with Letting Agreements vs Tenancy Agreements
    by abimsalabim
    Thanks for all the help and advice with this. I've opted to get my own inventory check done instead of going with that of the Letting Agency and they agreed to it.
    13-05-2022, 17:35 PM
  • Agent Advice in Essex
    by Donchik
    Dear all,
    Does anyone recommend any review sites for letting agents that are based on the satisfaction of the Landlords, rather than the tenants?
    If not would anyone with experience of dealing with agents in Essex have any recommendations/advice?
    Cheers
    06-05-2022, 09:35 AM
  • Follow on Letting Agreement
    by thefirz
    I have a great tenant and the previous Agreement has expired. I have instructed the Agent to draft a follow on Agreement (for a defined fee) but with the rent collection service removed.

    During the life of the last Agreement the Agent revised its T&Cs from those I signed up to. These...
    30-04-2022, 09:07 AM
  • Reply to Follow on Letting Agreement
    by ash72
    Either replace the agent if you live far away from the property, or self manage and cut out any agent.
    30-04-2022, 11:55 AM
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