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Renting your Property
Here at real5 Estates, we provide a hassle-free comprehensive Tenant Find service at a fraction of the cost of most high street agents so you, as a landlord, can enjoy your hard-earned investment.
We undergo regular training to keep up-to-date with an industry which is constantly changing legislation and procedures. By appointing one of our Property Matchmakers, you can be assured your property is in safe hands.
For more information get in touch to discuss your requirements.
As well as partnering with major selling portals like Rightmove and Zoopla, we’ll also share your property on our website, through our social media channels – and with our active database of local tenants! You’ll be impossible to ignore!
- Free Rental appraisal
- Listings on major property portals
- Accompanied viewings
- Social media marketing campaign
- Professional photography
- 24-hour contact with a dedicated Property Matchmaker
- Tenant screening
- Weekend and evening appointments
Our Property Matchmakers are just a phone call or email away. Or visit us in person at your local office. Don’t have time for a visit? No problem! Simply fill out the form on this page and we’ll be in touch soon.
The Hive WA1, 27-31 Sankey St, Warrington WA1 1XG
348a Manchester Rd, Warrington WA1 3RE
Unit 9 Honiton Way, Penketh, Warrington WA5 2EY
How much rent should I charge for my property?
Determining the right rental price can depend on a number of factors, such as the location of your property, its size, condition and amenities. You can look at rental prices of similar properties in the area to help determine a fair price.
What kind of lease agreement should I use?
You can use several different types of lease agreements, including fixed-term leases, periodic leases and month-to-month agreements. You should work with our Property Matchmakers to determine the type of lease best suits you.
Who is responsible for maintenance and repairs?
Generally, the landlord is responsible for maintenance and repairs to the property, but this can depend on the terms of the lease agreement. You should include details in the agreement, such as what constitutes an emergency repair and how quickly repairs should be made.
What happens if a tenant breaks the lease agreement?
If a tenant breaks the lease agreement, you may be able to keep their security deposit or take legal action to recover any damages. You should also have provisions in the lease agreement that outline the consequences of breaking the agreement, such as early termination penalties.