When you’re moving on, there’s plenty to keep you busy without having to be bothered with cleaning every nook and cranny of your rental property, making a list of the fixtures and fittings or sorting out the utilities.
But if you leave the details to us, we’ll make sure your departure is as quick, easy and hassle-free as you need it to be.
Keeping everyone informed… liaising with your property agent or landlord on your behalf throughout the entire departure process.
Providing the services you need… such as arranging cleaning contractors and inventory clerks, using our network of selected and vetted suppliers.
Overseeing the process on your behalf… especially the thorough checking of all inventory reports to make sure there are no mistakes.
Taking the stress out of your move… by arranging your removal services, supervising your packing, even handling the key transfer if you would like us to.
Managing your deposit return… negotiating and agreeing dilapidation costs to obtain the return of your deposit as quickly as possible.
Making sure everything is done… right down to organising your utility disconnection.
Best of all, by negotiating dilapidations on your behalf, we can often cover the cost of the service! Our knowledge of tenancy law, especially relating to “fair wear and tear”, means we won’t let your landlord pull the wool over your eyes.
We will do whatever you need to make your departure easier, and that’s a promise!
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