Whether you are experienced in renting property or a first timer we will try to understand what type of property you are looking to rent and gain your feedback on the ones you view.
Once you have decided on the property for you there are few steps to becoming a tenant with LPG Property Management:
STEP 1: Complete on line Tenancy Application Form via email which needs to be completed in full and returned.
STEP 2: If your application is successful a viewing will be arranged and we will personally show you around the property.
STEP 3: Tenant selects property and provides credit check details & Guarantor & previous reference from previous landlord or letting agent.
STEP 4: Deposit is secured with TDSNI and Prescribed Information emailed to the tenant.
STEP 5: Call and sign the tenancy agreement (minimum 12 months long term rentals) A moving in date will now be agreed preferably the 1st of the month and we will advise you of the amount of money i.e. 1st month's rent, that will be required before you move in.
STEP 6: An in-depth inventory and the keys will be provided prior to moving in. added to this you will be given meter readings from the various utility companies, you will be asked to contact the utility companies and have associated bills changed to your name.
Your ongoing monthly or weekly rent is then paid by standing order leaving you free to enjoy your new home. Rent must be paid on the 1st of each month preferably via standing order. The standing order form will be given to you by LPG Property Management Ltd for you to return to our office, which we will in turn return to your bank.
Tenants can also pay rent by the following:
We endeavour to address all maintenance issues as soon as is practicable, and emergency repairs will be given priority. We aim to address all repairs within 24/48 hrs of 1st reporting them.When reporting and issue we ask tenants to email the issue directly to the office firstname.lastname@example.org thus ensuring a fast approach.
If in the unfortunate circumstances, after reporting a repair, where it is classed as urgent i.e. no heating or hot water, your landlord ignores our request for longer than 48 hours; we will give the go ahead for the repair to be carried out.
Once your repair has been reported, where your landlord carries out their own repairs, we will liaise with them for an estimated time scale for repairs.
If it is found that you fail to report any repairs, you could be liable for costs for any deterioration or damage resulting from any such delay. You must not instruct a contractor to undertake any work on your behalf - if you do, it will be at your own expense.