Letting Service

Initial Property Assessment

We will arrange a free assessment of your property to discuss how to maximize rental potential.


The key to a successful letting is maximum exposure of your property to the market place. We will tailor a marketing strategy to suit your requirements to include the following:

  • Access to our large database of tenants
  • List your property on all the main property websites, such as daft.ie, let.ie, property.ie.
  • Press advertising if required
  • Erect a To Let board if required.


All viewings will be accompanied by one of our staff including evenings and at weekends.


Negotiations will be professional and confidential so as to ensure that you get the very best terms.

Tenancy Agreement

After successfully finding suitable Tenants we will organize a Tenancy Agreement, which complies with the Residential Tenancies Act 2004. We strongly urge Landlords to register their Property with the Private Residential Tenancies Board (PRTB) or we can organize to do it. We charge €30 for registering a property with the PRTB. We will arrange that all paper work is complete prior to occupation.


All tenants require references. Usually there will be an Employer reference a previous Landlord reference and or a financial reference. We will verify these references on your behalf.


We take meter readings at the property and advise the Utility Companies of the new Tenants.


We usually take a photographic inventory of the property and we can organize a written inventory at a cost of €150 per property.

Rent Payments

We include the method of payment in the Tenancy Agreement and can organize to set up a standing order into your account where this is your preferred method of payment. It is vital that you check that you have received payment where you are managing the property yourself. You should pursue arrears vigorously and use the methods advised by the PRTB.

Finally we send you out your Tenancy Agreement with contact details for your new Tenants and all the relevant paperwork and balancing cheque.


Owners should ensure that all appliances are in good working order. We recommend Landlords ensure all utilities are fully set up as nothing is more infuriating for a new Tenant than to find that the heating is not working when they first go to put it on. The cost of repairing faulty appliances is borne by the landlord, except where the work to be carried out has resulted from neglect or damage by the tenants.