SHOCKER! – Landlord takes 12-month holiday whilst their tenant is left to fully manage Everything!

Temp-Logo-Colour-ChiocesWhat would you do, where would you go, if your tenant paid you 12-months rent upfront on the day they moved in?

No risk of voids or arrears for the entire year.

They also guarantee the properties condition so you don’t need to worry about the property being damaged.

The tenant manages everything throughout the term and keeps you inform of any issues that are your responsibility, like the boiler service, but they get it sorted at cost without adding on a margin.

The LetMe fully managed service offers all this and more…no need for rent guarantee insurance premiums and claims, no DPS or collection admin.

We pay upfront rent for a single property or an entire portfolio.  Whether currently tenanted or not, we can make you an immediate offer.

Our 10% margin is clear and transparent, it includes a fully managed hands-off service with guaranteed rent, paid upfront every 12 months – with no further fees or charges that other letting agents add on.

We work with developers, property investment funds and landlords across the UK and can offer a pre-let contract to enhance your application for finance.  We have 1 – 5 year agreements and are fast and efficient, taking minutes rather than days and weeks.

Recent Working Example

Manchester – 65 units – Market Rent £700 / month – LetMe 12-months rent upfront payment – £491,400

For our digital brochure or an immediate offer on your property or portfolio please email me – jonny.walthall@letme.com

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