Renting a property can be challenging, but we can streamline the process. You need to take into account convenient times for showings, embrace our rent strategy and our pricing recommendations.
As per RERA regulations, you as an owner will be required to sign an Agency Agreement with us. This Agreement states the pricing, special circumstances, fees, timing and showing stipulations, among other things.
Your aim should be to rent your property at the best possible price in the shortest possible time. We will give you a CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) which will give you a price range for your property, but the key is, keep in mind that the price can make or break a deal.
First impressions count, making the presentation of your property is critical to a successful viewing. Consider addressing any jobs you have been meaning to get done, add a fresh coat of paint where necessary to make rooms appear larger.
To find your perfect tenant, an exclusive arrangement with us allows us to get maximum exposure across a wide range of media. This will give a special appeal to your property because it won’t be listed with too many agents. Plus, an exclusive listing is someone’s business, an open listing is nobody’s business. This means that with an exclusive listing, you have someone whose job every day is to work for you, and represent your interests rather than the tenants.
Giving us flexible showing hours are essential to maximize viewing opportunities for your property. In fact, most of our residential viewings are carried out after work and on weekends. Accompanied viewings also mean that we are with the prospective tenant every step of the way.
As soon as an offer is received, you have to be notified both verbally and in writing. Any special conditions of the offer will also be stated in writing and we will check the tenant's ability to proceed before you sign the contract.
Once you accept and you wish to proceed, you will be required to sign the tenancy contract and make sure all outstanding service fees attached to the property are paid in full.
This is the final stage in the renting process. The inspection is essential to ensure your property will be returned to you in the same condition, normal wear and tear accepted.