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You’re a landlord and want to rent your property with minimal stress?

Our professional Lettings and Property Management Services for landlords in London have you covered!

Are you on the hunt for a dependable and experienced property management company in London? Your search ends here with KP Groups. With over a decade of experience dedicated to satisfying landlords’ needs, our expertise lies in lettings and property management, guaranteeing optimal returns on your property investment.

KP Groups recognizes the paramount importance of property maintenance and its profitability. As London landlords ourselves, we possess the insights required to ensure that our properties are well-maintained and lucrative. Our stringent referencing process ensures that only reliable individuals occupy our properties, minimizing the risk of any damages upon their tenancy’s conclusion.

Tailoring our building solutions to align with your specific requirements, we prioritize understanding your rights and responsibilities as a landlord. Thick or thin, KP Groups is your steadfast partner, offering comprehensive property management services to landlords throughout London.

When you choose KP Groups, you gain access to a wide range of benefits. We excel in rent collection, tenant screening, property inspections, maintenance coordination, and more. With our proficiency in lettings and property management, we possess the expertise to make every penny you invest in your property count.

Take the next step and reach out to us today. Our team is ready to provide detailed information about our services and demonstrate how we can help you maximize the value of your property. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to secure the services of a trusted property management company in London. Let KP Groups be your partner in success.

Why KP Groups is the Best Choice?

The best property management company in South London & Croydon.

Free Rental Valuation
Free online rental valuation, please click on this link for more information.
5 Points Tenant Reference Check
Full reference check includes Employer, Previous Tenancy, Right to rent check, Credit Check and address verification
Digital Tenent Agreement
No need to print or post paperwork; it’s all digital now with us. Sign online and save time as well as the environment.
Deposit Registration
We will secure the deposits with mydeposite.co.uk
Annual Rent Statement
At KP Groups we provide you with an annual rent statement.
Legal Assistance
Landlord legislation keeps changing. At Aston Pearl, our legal team stays on top of this, keeping you up to date and therefore reducing your risk.

Frequently asked questions about Property Managment

A guidelines for landlords of residential property

The property management fee will be deducted straight from the monthly rental income, and the remaining balance will be transferred over to you.

However if you are on our guaranteed rent scheme you normally do not pay a managment fee. However this is depending on which service and package you have selected.

If a tenant stops paying rent, we will contact the tenant to deal with what’s gone wrong and if it cannot be quickly rectified, we can advise you on the best course of action to take.

However if you are on a guaranteed rental scheme with us you do not need to worry about anything and we will sort our none paying tenants and you will continue to recieve your rental regardless of tenants not paying.

We register the deposit through the Mydeposit, and keep it safe in our client account until the tenant moves out. We also have client money protection and a dedicated account.

Let Only

7%
  • Rental Valuation of
  • Property
  • Comprehensive
  • Marketing
  • Accompanied Viewings
  • Finding a Tenant
  • Obtaining References
  • Tenancy Agreement
  • Landlord’s Obligation
  • Advice
  • Deposit Holding
  • Property Inventory
  • Transfer of Utility
  • Accounts
  • Check-In and Out

Rent Collection

8%
  • Rental Valuation of
  • Property
  • Comprehensive
  • Marketing
  • Accompanied Viewings
  • Finding a Tenant
  • Obtaining References
  • Tenancy Agreement
  • Landlord’s Obligation
  • Advice
  • Deposit Holding
  • Property Inventory
  • Transfer of Utility
  • Accounts
  • Check-In and Out
  • Collection of Rent
     

Fully Managed

10%
  • Rental Valuation of
  • Property
  • Comprehensive
  • Marketing
  • Accompanied Viewings
  • Finding a Tenant
  • Obtaining References
  • Tenancy Agreement
  • Landlord’s Obligation
  • Advice
  • Deposit Holding
  • Property Inventory
  • Transfer of Utility
  • Accounts
  • Check-In and Out
  • Collection of Rent
  • Key Holding Services
  • Arranging payment for outgoings
  • Arranging repairs & maintenance
  • Property Inspection

Safety Regulations & Checklist.

A guidelines for landlords of residential property

There are a number of regulations that govern the letting of residential property to which all landlords must comply. The penalties for failing to do so are severe and could result in heavy fines and/or imprisonment. It is our duty, as your letting agent, to advise you of your obligations, the implications of the regulations and to assist you in ensuring you are fully compliant.

The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 (amended 1993) It is an offence to let out property containing furniture and furnishings that do not comply with these regulations. If a property is found not to comply the landlord could face up to six months imprisonment and/or a fine of up to £5000. The regulations state that the offence is committed when the furniture is supplied ‘in the course of business. Investment or professional landlords are therefore clearly covered by the legislation. A landlord letting his own home on a ‘one-off short-term’ basis and not ‘in the course of business has a moral responsibility to ensure the furniture complies but may be exempt from the regulations. The regulations apply to all upholstered furniture manufactured after 1950 including all soft furnishings, foam-filled items and loose and stretch covers.

The regulations state that all gas appliances, pipework and flues must be checked annually by a GAS SAFE registered engineer to ensure they are safe. At the commencement of any tenancy, a copy of a current Gas Safety Record must be provided to the tenants. Annual checks are required thereafter and a new Gas Safety Record must be provided to the tenants within 28 days of the expiry of the previous one. Records should be retained for a period of two years from the date of the check and made available for inspection upon request. Failure to comply with the Gas Safety Regulations could result in imprisonment and/or fine.

These regulations apply to all electrical equipment with between 50 and 1,000 volts of alternating current or 75 and 1,500 volts of direct current. The regulations state that ‘persons who, in the course of business, let accommodation which contains electrical equipment must comply. The regulations make it very clear that the equipment must be ‘safe’ and not cause ‘danger’. In order to meet these requirements, the electrical supply and all electrical appliances must be tested by a competent person such as a NICEIC qualified electrician. A check annually, or when a new tenant takes possession of the property, is recommended. Instruction booklets or written instructions for all electrical equipment should be left in the property. A note of these together with the date of the safety check should be recorded in the inventory. If the electrical equipment does not comply with the regulations and an accident occurs, it could result in up to six months imprisonment and/or a fine of up to £5,000.

The Department of Environment (DOE) brought out regulations governing the installation of smoke detectors in new homes, which are incorporated in the Building Regulations 1991. Since June 1992 all new homes must be fitted with mains operated smoke detectors. They must be installed on every floor and be interlinking. Although there are no such regulations governing older properties, it is advisable to install at least battery-operated devices on each floor, if not mains operated ones. It is important that all devices are checked regularly, especially if battery operated.

Items Covered by the Regulation

Most furniture purchased from a reputable supplier after 1 March 1990 should comply. Compliant furniture will bear the appropriate labels as illustrated. If the label has been removed, proof of purchase in the UK is required to prove compliance.

Items That Are Exempt

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