Tenancy guide for landlords - Part 4: Property visits and inspections

Man holding magnifying glassLast week, in part 3 of our nine-part tenancy guide for landlords we discussed what happens at the start of a tenancy when a property is rented out through CPS Homes estate and letting agent. This week, we take a look at the things we do for our landlords and tenants to ensure the properties we manage are well maintained throughout the duration of a tenancy agreement.

We conduct routine, periodic inspections every 3 months on HMO properties and every 6 months for non-HMO properties.

We try to be as flexible as we can and we're happy to re-schedule inspections to better suit tenants if the original appointment isn't convenient.

Following each inspection, we write up a report detailing our findings. In it, we summarise the overall condition of the property, including any maintenance issues there might be. We often feed back to you and suggest remedies to the problems noted, as well as offer advice on suggested improvements that would be advantageous in terms of letting the property in the future, e.g. for a higher rental income.

If you missed the previous parts of our tenancy guide for landlords, why not check them out now?

Part 1: General information
Part 2: Landlord involvement
Part 3: Start of the tenancy

Are you a landlord looking to rent out your property? If so, get in touch with our lettings team today on 02920 668585, email: enquiries@cpshomes.co.uk, or come and visit us in one of our branches located in Roath, Cathays and Cardiff Bay.

25 August 2017


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