THE PROBLEM

By Landlords

The issue Landlords face vary from fast churn rates of tenants, void periods, changing regulations and underperforming estate agents. Most landlords struggle to build inevitability and security around the income generated from their rental properties. There always seems to be an issue whilst running a rental property portfolio, which fluctuates income, causes stress and leaves landlords deflated at the end of the week. To generate even a modest income, landlords have to spin a lot of plates.

THE SOLUTION

By Bradley & Greenford

The solution is for landlords to take on longer term contracts, leveraging a guaranteed rent agreement and having the Home Office as their tenant, all whilst having a specialist team to monitor quality control throughout their property. This enables landlords to receive guaranteed rent, over a longer period of between 7-10 years, paid on the same day every month, whilst having their property managed and regularly reviewed by a team of quality control specialist.

THE PROBLEM

By Landlords

The issue Landlords face vary from fast churn rates of tenants, void periods, changing regulations and underperforming estate agents. Most landlords struggle to build inevitability and security around the income generated from their rental properties. There always seems to be an issue whilst running a rental property portfolio, which fluctuates income, causes stress and leaves landlords deflated at the end of the week. To generate even a modest income, landlords have to spin a lot of plates.

THE SOLUTION

By Bradley & Greenford

The solution is for landlords to take on longer term contracts, leveraging a guaranteed rent agreement and having the Home Office as their tenant, all whilst having a specialist team to monitor quality control throughout their property. This enables landlords to receive guaranteed rent, over a longer period of between 7-10 years, paid on the same day every month, whilst having their property managed and regularly reviewed by a team of quality control specialist.

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Bradley Greenford property group are a formation of passionate, relentless and fun going investors who specialise in 3 main areas of investing.

I have a whole portfolio of properties; do you take on multiple houses from one person?
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We would be able to take on multiple, granted the properties fits our criteria.

How much wear and tear can I expect to see as it will be a shared household?
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Ourselves and government organisations we work with have a strict quality control regulation. The tenant we house are all vetting to the highest of standards and regular and continuous inspections of your property will be undertaken.

Do you have your own tradesmen?
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We have a Maintenance Manager and a team of fully qualified tradesmen that we use for maintenance and general repairs.

How can I be assured the property won't get damaged?
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We follow a stringent quality control process which consists of regular and thorough inspections and cleaners. If there is any minor damage we recover the cost from the tenant, so no expense comes to you. All of our tenants pay us a deposit at the start of their AST which we protect with the DPS (Deposit Protection Scheme).

Since operating we have never had any major damages caused to any properties under our management.

Who will pay for ongoing repairs?
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We will be responsible for all minor repairs and maintenance although, as the landlord, you will still be responsible for safety compliance but we will manage and arrange this for you.

What if one of the tenants doesn't pay or is late paying?
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The contracts we employ are home office backed, meaning having the issue of a none paying tenant is near on impossible. Instead of relying on a tenant paying on time, we are relying on the home office

Will I have to deal with the tenants?
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No, from the day our management contract is signed, we take full control of your property. You will not have to deal with tenants emails, phone calls, maintenance or estate agents. We are truly an all in once service.

What input will I have with the property once I sign a contract with you?
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Our service solves an issue, which is giving a landlord a reliable stream of rental income, whilst minimising any involvement or work. Although, we do understand some landlords will want to have more involvement at the start, whilst trust is built. If that’s the case, we are happy for a landlord to roll up their sleeves and come into the management side and view operations.
What happens if I want to end my contract with you or vice versa?
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We ask for you to give us a minimum of 9 months’ notice and we would do the same for you. This is to give our tenants the time to find a new home.

What type of properties do you deal with?
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All types – but normally houses with a minimum 5 bedrooms, or 4 bedrooms with 2 reception rooms.

Does the property need to be furnished?
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No We take on fully furnished, part furnished and completely unfurnished properties.

Is this sub-letting?
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No. Bradley & Greenford Property group do not have an Assured Shorthold Tenancy with the owner/landlord of the property. Instead, we have a management contract, just as a letting agent would.

How do I receive rent payments?
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We will set up a monthly standing order direct to your bank account for the agreed rent. This will be paid each and every month for the duration of the contract and is guaranteed to be on time each month.

What are your fees?
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Believe it or not we don’t take fees from Landlords! Not a single penny. We take our fee’s from the companies we work with and the tenants we service

What do you mean by maintenance?
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We manage any ordinary maintenance costs and we pay for it. So, unless there are extraordinary maintenance problems (eg. the boiler has to be replaced, damp issues, the roof collapses, etc), it is our duty to manage the problem, fix it and pay for it.