Property Management

All you need to know about letting and property management in London

Our property management services in London

At Welcome Home, we care about your home as if it was our own. And we prove this with actions as well as words: we are available seven days a week, taking care of your property and only selecting tenants with good references who are available for long-term lets. Not only that, managing a rented property also means ensuring that the value of the property increases. Achieving this requires careful and meticulous management to ensure nothing is left to chance.

Property management

all the services which Welcome Home offers

Whether you need to refurbish your property or are looking for reliable tenants, we are here to help you. Our Project and Renovation service is the ideal solution for all issues relating to the management of the property We personally oversee the refurbishment of the house or apartment and the decoration of each room, to ensure that your property in London is ready to be marketed. We will check all safety certificates (electricity and gas) and the full property inventory, drawn up by a certified company, which will allow us to verify the condition of the property at the end of the tenancy.
We will prepare your property in the best way possible for photographs and viewings, cleaning and presenting the property and taking out the necessary insurance policies to protect against any damage So we will photograph and advertise the property and conduct a detailed screening process of the people who have expressed an interest We check their references and assess the risk level of every potential tenant with the assistance of third-party agencies before then drawing up the tenancy agreement Lastly, we deal with the NRLS (Non-Resident Landlord Scheme) for the payment of the tax due on rental income in the United Kingdom by non-resident owners.
Our property management service includes ensuring that the tenant and the owner are informed of the expiry of the contract and arranging for it to be renewed or terminated. It is often the case that the property may need a bit of a refresh, such as redecorating, replacing carpets or new furnishings between the end of one tenancy and the start the next one. With Welcome Home you will get a snapshot of what your property in London needs in order to be let quickly.

Why is it important to choose a property manager in London?

The management of the property does not end when a tenant moves into your property. During a tenancy, a number of issues may arise which need to be dealt with, such as:
  • - missed payments;
  • - obligations relating to the building;
  • - maintenance;
  • - refurbishment and administrative costs, which may be unforeseen
We support you and your tenant throughout the tenancy, from check-in to check-out. With Welcome Home you can relax, with the assurance that there is a solution for any problem.

24/7 support

With decades of experience of property management in London, we are your first port of call on the ground. We are available at any time, 24/7, including at weekends.
With us, you get a team of people who take great care of your investment and who you can contact whenever you have any issues. Through a process of continuous updating and the certifications we have obtained over the years, we are able to offer our clients clear agreements which comply with current regulations in the United Kingdom.
We are members of PROPERTYMARK, formerly ARLA, a guarantee of transparency and security. We are also members of The Property Ombudsman, a scheme regulated by the British government, which offers a resolution service for disputes between tenants, owners and lettings agents. For us, being a member of the property ombudsman is a guarantee of our dedication and professionalism in managing your investment.
Additionally, in the United Kingdom it is illegal to hold a deposit in the agency’s or owner’s bank account. By law, the deposit must be protected by a government approved third-party, such as the DPS (Deposit Protection Service), which is the scheme we use