Landlords

When it comes to renting your property, our Lettings and Property Management teams work smarter and harder to deliver outstanding service.

Our friendly team at Integrity Property Management will help you along your property rental journey with relevant, expert advice and locally tailored information.

But how does Integrity PM go about renting your property?

Read on to find out more…

Rental Value

Integrity Property Management will provide realistic and achievable advice as to the current rental value of your property, taking into account your own circumstances, the current market and the demand for properties like yours.

We will always explain how we arrive at our valuation and provide comparable evidence of recent lettings.

We will tell you there and then what our recommendations are and will confirm this in writing.

Selecting the Right Tenant for Your Property

Selecting the right Tenant for you is more important than just finding any Tenant.

At Integrity Property Management we pride ourselves not only on the quality of our properties but on the quality of our Tenants.

We interview every prospective Tenant, check their credit record, qualify their employment/income information and, where possible, acquire a previous Landlord using an independent referencing company.

Keeping You Informed

Integrity Property Management has built its reputation by keeping all our clients fully informed. 

From the day we list the property, feedback is essential if you’re going to minimise the void periods and agree a rental. 

We’ll report all viewers’ comments and make recommendations on price, presentation and furnishings as we go along.

ServicesManaged Service Tenant Introduction Service
Professional rental assessment to determine
your estimated rental income
Extensive advertising of your property on all major
property web portals
Organising and accompanying viewings
with prospective tenants
Regular updates of viewings and
feedback
Negotiating the best rent & tenancy
term
Conducting in-depth referencing on all
prospective tenants
Preparing the tenancy agreement
Arrange the rent payment standing
order schedule
Photographic signed record of keys &
fobs issued
Registering the tenants deposit with the
TDSNI
Collecting rent from your tenants and paying direct into your bank on the same day
Arranging meter readings
Informing the utility companies of the new tenants details
Informing the local council of your new tenants details
24 hour emergency contact line for your tenants
Mid-term property inspections with a report of our findings for your records
Pro-active property management
Dealing with all your tenants questions,
queries and requests
Sourcing reliable and efficient
contractors and paying invoices from
your rent
Arranging renewals and negotiating rent
increases where appropriate
Conducting viewings throughout the
final weeks of a tenancy to ensure
minimal void period
Conducting check out inspection and
report at the end of the tenancy
Managing any deposit disputes arising
from any deductions
Retaining your copies of all paperwork
throughout the management of the
tenancy