No, at Looking To Rent we have approved contractors for all trades and we cater for any works required in your property.
No, you do not have to evict a tenant when transferring the management to Looking To Rent.
Yes, all landlords are legally required to be registered with the local council and we can split the rental income in any percentage required.
Once a tenant resides at the property they are responsible for all council tax and utility bills. The landlord will however still be responsible for any factor/communal bills.
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Yes we have a 24 hour dedicated emergency contact.
The payment date is linked to the rent due date. Once clear funds have been received from the tenant we process the payment to the landlord. We currently process payments three times per month on the 3rd, 17th and 28th. Should your payment date fall on a weekend or bank holiday it will be processed the following working day.
Minimum to the value of one month’s rent however we can take up to two months rent amount.
No, however it may aid in your application.
No, it is illegal in Scotland to charge the tenant fees.
Yes, we will lodge your deposit with our chosen deposit scheme within 30 day of your tenancy commencing.
No, however you may send a representative on your behalf.
A guarantor is someone who agrees to be responsible for rent and any other related charge to your tenancy in the event that the tenant is unable to pay.
No, we will contact the local council and utility companies once move in is complete however, we would recommend that if the tenant has not heard from either within 4 weeks then they must make contact with the relevant company/council.
Yes, however we will require authorization from the landlord and the potential tenant may have to supply contact details and identification.
Yes, however we will have to gain written permission from your landlord.
This is dependent on the property and landlord. In the event that pets are permitted we will have to gain written permission from your landlord and you will be required to complete our pet disclaimer form.