Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Lettings


Lettings:

1- Rental valuation of the Landlord’s property
2- Incurring all charges for marketing and advertising clients’ properties in various media.
3- Showing prospective tenants around the property, and negotiate the best possible price agreeable to both parties.
4- Collect references for the prospective tenants (bank, employer, and previous Landlord). Collect a reservation deposit from the tenant in order to secure the property.
5- Drafting and signing Tenancy Agreements on behalf of the Landlord.
6- Registration of the Tenancy Agreements at the municipality.
7- Organizing inventory check-in and check-out at the beginning and end of the tenancies.
8- Renewing or terminating tenancy agreements at the end of the term.



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