How to become a landlord in Birmingham, Solihull,
What is the Tenancy Deposit Scheme?
John Shepherd Lettings is a member of the Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS). The TDS was set up as a government approved scheme to ensure deposits we hold are protected and any disputes about the return are resolved impartially.
Do I need an Inventory?
In short yes. A detailed Inventory is one of the most important documents when letting your property, particularly following the introduction of the Tenancy Deposit Protection legislation. Our detailed inventory and schedule of condition is prepared by a qualified and experienced member of staff and on occasion an independent inventory clerk. The record of the contents of your property and the condition is documented on check-in and check-out.
What is the John Shepherd Lettings Rent Protection and Legal Expenses Cover?
We are able to offer our clients a rent and legal costs protection plan which is a market leader and only available to a limited number of agents who meet the most stringent requirements regarding their professional conduct. As a consequence of this, the cover provides key benefits to safe guard landlords rent and provides peace of mind. Cover is available for any number of residential properties let.
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Why rent through John Shepherd Lettings?
We enjoy the relationship with our landlords and clients and having been a lettings agent since 1991, we know exactly how to let and manage your property. When it comes to teaching people how to be a landlord, John Shepherd is a forward thinking privately owned company capable of acting speedily to the changes in the market and our client’s business environment.
We provide a full range of services tailored to your needs with straightforward impartial advice on all aspects of lettings and property management with comprehensive consultancy service to landlords, developers and property owners.
As licenced members of the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) and members of The Property Ombudsman for Lettings (TPO), whether you are letting a single flat, house, apartment or home for the first time or you are an experienced investment portfolio landlord, your interests are in safe hands.
Another key strength is our people, who are fully trained and experienced. With a philosophy of continued improvement and learning, we will continue to work hard for our clients to achieve our goals and unite our experience and knowledge.
We have long been the leading letting specialist in your area and our level of customer service is second to none, especially when helping individuals on how to be a landlord. We look forward to helping you.
For a free consultation, please contact us or call your local branch.
What’s the Next Step?
To become a Landlord, contact us and we will arrange a free consultation and rental assessment. Our Terms and Conditions of Business will be sent to you, please take the time to read them thoroughly. All owners are required to sign the Terms of Business, then simply return them to our offices at which point we will commence marketing and conducting viewings.