Property Management

Andrew Stevens offers a comprehensive Property Management service for a variety of properties, both on an individual basis and block management. This service includes (but is not limited to) the following and it is strongly recommended that you contact our Property Management Team for further information.

  • 24 hour service, 7 days a week
  • Specialist property inspectors
  • Rapid response service by skilled contractors
  • Numerous methods of repairs reporting to minimise delays
  • Vetted approved suppliers of ancillary professional services e.g. buildings insurance, EPC, gas and electric; testing and certification
  • A modular service that includes; Inventories, Rent Collection, Legal Documentation, Inspections, Compliance, Valuations and Tenancy Sustainment Advice

Please register your details or contact us on; 020 8363 8888 for more information.


Guaranteed Rental Schemes

Andrew Stevens offers a comprehensive Guaranteed Rent service that takes many of the worries out of letting your property. The rent is paid from the day the Agreement is signed and whether the property is empty or occupied. A full management service is included and all at no cost to the Landlord.

  • NO fees to the Landlord*
  • Free Management*
  • Rent starts immediately*
  • Rent paid whether the property is occupied or not*

Please register your details or contact us on; 020 8363 8888 for more information.

*Subject to terms & conditions, available on request, summarised here below:

  • The property must be maintained to the required standard
  • Valid gas and electrical safety/test certificates must be in place for the whole period
  • The landlord must have authorisation from the lender and/or freeholder to let the property
  • The property must have planning permission and building regulations for the intended use
  • Valid buildings insurance must be in place for the whole period

Energy Performance & Safety Certificates

EPCs contain information on your home's energy use and carbon dioxide emissions and a recommendation report with suggestions on how to reduce these. EPCs carry ratings that compare the current energy efficiency and carbon dioxide emissions with potential figures that your home could achieve.

Potential figures are calculated by estimating what the energy efficiency and carbon dioxide emissions would be if energy saving measures were put in place. The rating measures the energy and carbon emission efficiency of your home using a grade from ‘A’ to ‘G’.

An ‘A’ rating is the most efficient, while ‘G’ is the least efficient. The average efficiency grade to date is 'D'. All homes are measured using the same calculations, so you can compare the energy efficiency of different properties.

Almost every property in England and Wales now requires an Energy Performance Certificate if it is marketed for sale or to let. If you are selling your property or you are a landlord renting a property, then you will need an Energy Performance Certificate.

This is a legal requirement. You are therefore obliged by law to provide an EPC when renting out your property, and failure to comply with this could attract a fine. We will assist you to get this matter attended to, if you have not done so already.

Gas Safety Certificates

It is a legal requirement for landlords to have all the gas appliances in a rented property safety-tested every 12 months by a Gas Safe™ registered engineer and to hold a gas safety certificate (CP12).

You are therefore obliged by law to provide this certificate when renting out your property, and failure to comply with this could attract a fine. We will assist you to get this matter attended to, if you have not done so already.

Electrical Safety Certificate

If you are letting your property you will be required to carry out an Electrical Safety Certificate which is also known as a Periodic Inspection Report (PIR) or Electrical Condition Report. It is a report only produced by registered a NICEIC engineer, ensuring the current electrical installation meets current British standards.

The Electrical Safety Certificate IS NOT a mandatory certificate for landlords, however it is the landlords legal responsibility to ensure all electrical wiring and fittings within the property are deemed safe to use.

The Electrical Safety Certificate IS only mandatory if you are letting through a Council or Housing Association, as they will ask you to provide an official NICEIC certificate.

We therefore recommended that you provide this certificate when renting out your property as it confirms that your property electrics are safe. We will assist you to get this matter attended to, if you have not done so already.

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