How to Go About Renting Out your Property

A Step-By-Step Guide to Renting Out your Property

Step 1
Get an accurate valuation
Knowing what rent you can get is fundamental and requires teaming up with an Estate Agent that truly understands the rental market. H&L rents out hundreds of properties each year, so our finger is on the pulse of current market conditions, to achieve the best possible rent for you

Step 2
Select the right estate agent

It’s important to engage an estate agent that is particularly experienced in the rental market. They should also have a high traffic on street presence, a proactive service ethic and the ability to support you with the latest technology.

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Step 4
Consider Property Management

Property management takes the hassle out of renting out your property. Benefit from the experience of property professionals to manage your tenants, ensure your property is being maintained, and you’re on top of current legislation.

Step 5
Prepare Property

H&L can recommend what changes to make to ensure your property maximises its appeal to viewers – and also execute those changes for you.

Our team will take professional photographs and advertise your property.

Step 7
Getting Tenants

Maximum marketing exposure to the widest possible audience of interested parties.

When you instruct H&L you benefit from an extensive marketing campaign comprising strong on street exposure, plus excellent online and social media presence.

Step 8
Receive Offers

We will contact you immediately whenever someone makes an offer on your property.

We will give you full details and any conditions on the offer so that you can make a decision whether to accept or not.


Step 9
Offer Accepted

When you accept an offer, we will communicate this to the tenant and 

  • Complete reference checks
  • Arrange signing of our custom tenancy agreement by both parties
  • Collect first month' s rent and deposit on your behalf
  • Complete photographic inventory and condition report
  • Arrange utility transfer, RTB registration, and set up of standing order for your rent
Step 10

Arrange move in and key handover with your new tenants.

If your property is also being managed by us, we will give the tenant contact details for their Property Manager.

Congratulations! Your property is now rented.

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