FAQS

You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers

HOW MANY HOMES SHOULD I LOOK AT BEFORE I MAKE A LETTING DECISION?

There's no perfect number for the amount homes you should view before making your final decision however we would suggest doing the following:

- Define one or two locations you want to focus on to make your search easier.

- View no more than 3 or 4 properties in a single day - it's easy to forget all of the great features of each property you've viewed if you visit too many in a single day.

- Clearly define you budget, your required amenities and any other features that may be important.

HOW DO YOUR FEES WORK?

We keep things straight forward at Choice Lets, we don't have hidden charges, add ons or extras that you won't know about. We operate two packages to keep things simple and promise to deliver all of our services to you without charging a penny more than you've agreed to pay - the way things should be.

We have taken a fixed fee approach as we feel that landlords are forced to pay excessively high fees on a percentage basis when service levels should remain the same and workloads equal regardless of gross rental amounts. 

As a landlord we know you have a lot to focus on, so make our fees one less thing on your list.

CAN YOU GUARANTEE ME A SUCCESSFUL LET?

When working together, we ensure your property gets the attention it deserves. That means marketing your property through our partner channels. In addition to this we have an extensive range of local contacts who we use to connect your property with tenants. This means that your property will be tenanted by a fantastic tenant in no time when working with Choice Lets. The key to a successful let is to be proactive and through this approach we're confident

 that your property will be let as fast as you'd like.

WHY ARE YOUR FEES SO LOW? 

We keep our costs low so we can pass those savings onto you! We don't pay for expensive offices, extortionate marketing fees (targeted marketing works better) or any other unnecessary products we don't need. If we pay less so do you and that's all there is to it! ultimately after your mortgage, letting agent fees tend to be the next largest expense, so keeping this low can significantly improve your bottom line.