Property Management

Property Management at Villa Luxe

Property Management

At Villa Luxe, we understand how important it is to have a professional management company looking after your investment property.

If you're a landlord that has one property, or a landlord with an extensive sized portfolio, rest assured, that we'll manage your rental property with the utmost integrity and professionalism.

Your dedicated Property Manager will be on-hand to offer a professional property management service tailored to your personal requirements.

  • Maintaining your property on a day to day basis
  • 24 hour emergency/out of hours service
  • Arranging quotations and repairs
  • Being point-of-contact for tenants
  • Transfer of utilities and payment of bills (where applicable)
  • Arranging pre/end of tenancy cleaning
  • Arranging inventory Check-ins / Check-Outs
  • Arranging Gas Safety, EPC's and Electrical Safety Checks
  • Rent collection (additional service)
  • Tenancy Renewals
  • Key management
  • Deposit collection / holding
  • Negotiating end of tenancy dilapidation claims and deposit returns

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Prior to the Tenancy

Arrange a professional clean
Organise an Inventory Check-In
Hand over keys to Tenant/s

During the Tenancy

Liaise with Tenant/s on monthly basis
Resolve any maintenance issues
Carry out a periodic inspection

End of the Tenancy

Organise a Check-Out
Obtain quotes for damages
Finalise deposit deductions

Gas Safety Certificate

A Landlord or Managing Agent must provided their Tenant/s with an up-to-date Gas Safety Certificate.

It is a legal requirement for all Landlords to have all gas appliances serviced regularly, normally once a year by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

What does a Gas Safety Certificate contain?

  • The property address where the appliance and/or flue is installed
  • The name and address of the Landlord (and agent if managing on behalf of Landlord)
  • A description and location of each appliance and/or flue
  • A name, registration number and signature of the engineer who carried out the check
  • A date when the appliance and/or flue was checked
  • Any defect/s identified and any action required to rectify
  • Confirmation of the results of operational safety checks carried out on the appliances

If we have not received your renewed Gas Safety Certificate seven days before the date of expiry, we will arrange for all related work required to ensure the gas appliances comply with the current Gas safety Regulations. The cost of this will be the Landlord's responsibility.