Here at eFour Homes, our expert lettings agents understand all aspects of the lettings process and are always here to answer any questions and queries from our landlords. Our focus is our partnership with you, the Landlord.
Register as a landlord today with eFour Homes to access our tailored made services. Whether you’re looking for a fully managed service, or let only, we’re here to help you maximise the rental yield from your investment property.
Our Letting Process
Step 1 – Value your property
Our local lettings professional will provide you with a market valuation.
Step 2 – Tailored Services
With eFour Homes you can select the service which best suits your needs as a Landlord. Whether you are looking for your rental property to be fully managed by us or you would like a simple tenant find, we take the time to understand what your requirements are and assist you through the lettings process.
Step 3 – Showcasing Your Property
Our extensive database of working professional tenants looking to rent, makes finding your next tenant quick and easy. eFour Homes will advertise your property on our website and all major property portals including Right Move, Zoopla and On the Market. This showcases your rental property to a wide range of audience, allowing you to choose the best tenant for your property.
Step 4 – Viewings
Our expert lettings agents can assist you with viewings of your property or carry out viewings on your behalf. We can provide you with the best guidance to showcase your property in the best light to increase tenant interest.
Step 5 – Agreeing tenants, reference checks and tenancy agreement.
To ensure your investment is safe, eFour Homes can run through legal checks on the prospective tenants before a tenancy agreement is prepared and signed. We proud ourselves in our extensive vetting process to provide you with the most reliable tenants.
Step 6 – Taking and protecting the deposit
eFour Homes help landlords to ensure that the deposit taken from tenants to cover possible damages to the property, are paid into the relevant tenancy deposit protection schemes as required by law.