Tenancy Find Fees start at £250 per property.
We only charge 10% of the rent for each property.
There are no extra charges added to any maintenance bills.
We work as the middle-man between landlord and contractors.
We do not do joint lettings with other agents.
Tenancy Finding Fee
We charge £250 for a tenancy finding fee. This covers the cost of advertising, numerous viewings and all the paperwork that comes with obtaining a tenant for the property, as well as the move in day appointment, this also includes the move out appointment when the time comes. Properties that are out of a 20 mile radius of Chester Le Street will be charged £480 due to the distance and time it takes.
Advertising your property
Apart form our website we advertise on Zoopla and Facebook so we have a very wide range of target audience who can easily find a property to rent with us.
We accept tenants who are in receipt of Housing Benefits, however if for whatever reason you prefer working class for any of your properties, please inform us as soon as possible so we may advertise your property appropriately.
Maintenance issues that arise will be dealt with promptly if the price is under £250. If, however the cost of the job is higher than £250 we will contact you in order to get your consent before going ahead with the issue.
Contact between ourselves and the landlord is essential in order to deal with maintenance efficiently, especially when a tenant is involved. So we appreciate being kept up to date whether your information has changed or if you will be unobtainable for a while.
You will need to sign a Management Contract before we can move forward with any of your properties. You can view a draft of this contract before signing and we can answer any questions or queries you may have.
Either the landlord or SKP Management may terminate this agreement at any time by giving three months notice. Notice to terminate the agreement must be provided in writing or email.
SKP Management shall not be liable for any loss or damage on any of the properties that the landlord may suffer through the act, default or wilful default on the part of the tenant.