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    I am a landlord who maintains own properties and would like to expand this into offering service to other landlords. Service would include any cleaning, decorating, gardening, preparation of inventory and any other things needed to prepare a property for re letting in shortest possible time. Would also offer a service of maintenance whilst property is tenanted. I am wondering if anyone has any thoughts about this, would you use such a service? Any ideas for contacting landlords in my local area. Would hope to be able to offer at competative price, (in relation to that on offer by estate agents). Thanks

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    There are loads of firms out there offering this sort of thing already. Most sensible landlords have a list of numbers of reliable tradesmen to hand already for the unexpected.

    All you can do is put yourself out there - nothing to lose but it is a competitive market.



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      #3
      I agree, although in some areas of the country you cannot get a handyman for love nor money.

      Why not start by personally approaching the landlords of the nearest rented properties to yours? Have a simple flier ready with details of your charges and a phone number in case they want to get back to you.
      'Pause you who read this, and think for a moment of the long chain of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers, that would never have bound you, but for the formation fo the first link on one memorable day'. Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

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