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Residential Letting

Landlord Services

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Advising as to the likely rental income.

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Preparing the Tenancy Agreement necessary for the Landlord to gain protection of the relevant Rent and Housing Acts, and renewing the Agreement where necessary at the end of the Term.

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Advertising and general marketing of the Property. Full referencing service to include Credit Checking, Employment, Landlord and Character.

Liaising with the Landlord’s mortgagees where necessary with regard to references and Tenancy Agreement.

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The taking and the registration of a deposit from the tenant to be held by the Agent until the end of the tenancy when the Property and contents have been checked for unfair wear and tear.

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Collecting the rent monthly and paying over to the Landlord monthly. Payments will be made by direct bank transfer and a detailed rent statement will be forwarded to the Landlord.

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Arranging with the Tenant the change over of the utility companies (principally electricity, gas, water and council tax) for meter readings and the transfer of service contracts to the tenant at the beginning of each tenancy.

Regular management visits of the Property are carried out on a quarterly basis. Responsibility for and management of an empty property is not normally included, and will only be carried out by special arrangement and agreed charge.

Co-ordination of repair or maintenance including 10 arranging for tradesmen to attend the Property and obtaining estimates where necessary and settling accounts from rents received.

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Making payments on behalf of the Landlord from rents received for costs in managing the property.

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Carrying out a full property visit and inventory check at the end of the tenancy and dealing with matters relating to unfair wear and tear before releasing the tenant’s deposit.


Rent Collection Service, we’ve got it covered Where the Landlord does not wish the Agent to undertake full management, the Agent can provide a Letting Only Service or a Letting only with rent collection service.

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Liaising with the Landlord’s mortgagees where necessary with regard to references and Tenancy Agreement.

Full referencing service to include Credit Checking, Employment, Landlord and Character.

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Preparing the Tenancy Agreement necessary for the Landlord to gain protection of the relevant Rent and Housing Acts, and renewing the Agreement where necessary at the end of the Term.

The taking and the registration of a deposit from the tenant to be held by the Agent until the end of the tenancy when the Property and contents have been checked for unfair wear and tear.

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Collecting the rent monthly and paying over to the Landlord monthly. Payments will be made by direct bank transfer and a detailed rent statement will be forwarded to the Landlord.

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Advising as to the likely rental income.

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Advertising and general marketing of the Property.


Obligations, Regulations and Responsibilities Overseas Residents

Energy Performance Certificates

If a Landlord’s normal place of abode is not the UK he is normally considered by the Inland Revenue as nonresident for taxation purposes. Under the Income Taxes Management Act 1970 as amended by the Finance Act 1995 the Inland Revenue will require the Agent to withhold tax from rental income at basic rate, which is currently 20% and to pay such tax over quarterly to the Inland Revenue; unless the Inland Revenue have agreed that the Agent may pay the Landlord his rent without any tax deduction.

All properties to be let require an Energy Performance Certificate and this has to be available to be viewed by prospective tenants upon request. Our standard fee for an EPC is £70.00 plus VAT. If you do not have an EPC in place we will need your instruction in order to proceed with advertising the property.

A Landlord can apply to the Centre for Non-Residents (CNR) for an approval number to be issued to his Agent and for the rental income to be paid to the Landlord without deducting tax. Application is made by the Landlord completing a form NRL1 (Non Resident Landlord form 1), if he is an individual. When completing the form NRL1 the Landlord agrees that his tax affairs are up to date or that he has no tax liability. That he will submit an Annual Statement of Income and Expenditure and net tax liability to the Inland Revenue and will inform them when he returns to the UK to live. If CNR, which is part of the Inland Revenue, is satisfied they will issue an Approval Number in the form of a standard letter, an NRL8, allowing the Agent to pay the Landlord without any tax deduction. If a Landlord is a member of Her Majesty’s Forces or Her Majesty’s Government (that is the Foreign Office) then he or she must get a letter from Cardiff authorising the Agent to pay his rent without retaining any tax.

Tenancy Deposit Scheme As of 6 April 2007 all Deposits taken must be registered under an approved scheme. The government scheme is the TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) of which we are members. The scheme provides an arbitration service if a dispute does arise at the end of theTenancy. Each case is looked at by an examiner to offer an independent assessment of the dispute.

Safety Regulations WARNING: You should read and understand these obligations before signing. The letting of property is now closely regulated with respect to consumer safety. The law makes particular demands regarding the safety, servicing and inspection of the gas and electric appliances and installations within a property, and with respect to the safety of furniture and soft furnishings provided. The following regulations apply: — The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 (as amended in 1989, 1993, 2010) — Gas Safety (Installation and use) Regulations 1998 — Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 — Part P Building Regulations – installation, Repair and Maintenance of Electric’s — Plugs and Sockets (Safety) Regulations 1994 The Landlord confirms that they are aware of these obligations in this agreement to assist with compliance. It is agreed that the Landlord shall ensure that the property is made available for letting in a safe condition and in compliance with above regulations. The Landlord agrees to repay the Agent costs in incurring any reasonable expenses or penalties that may be suffered as a result of non-compliance of the above safety standards. As agents when we are managing your property we will arrange the Annual Gas Certificate required by law unless you have a preferred contractor. We also recommend you have an Electrical Safety Test carried out on any property before it is let.


With seven regional offices, an office on St James's Place London and a dedicated team with exceptional market knowledge, Howkins & Harrison is perfectly placed to help you with your next property decision.

Ashby de la Zouch 01530 877977 ashby@howkinsandharrison.co.uk Atherstone 01827 718021 - Option 2 athletts@howkinsandharrison.co.uk Daventry 01327 316889 davletts@howkinsandharrison.co.uk London 020 7839 0888 enquiries@tlo.co.uk Lutterworth 01455 559203 lutterworthproperty@howkinsandharrison.co.uk Northampton 01604 823445 northletts@howkinsandharrison.co.uk Rugby 01788 564665 rugletts@howkinsandharrison.co.uk


Residential Letting

Landlord Services Terms of Business

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In these Landlord Services Terms of Business, the following expressions have the following meanings: Agent Landlord Property Tenant

means us, Howkins & Harrison LLP means you, the owner of the Property means the Property to be rented means the person(s) renting the Property

General Authority The Landlord confirms that he/she is the sole or joint owner of the Property and has the right to rent out the Property under the terms of the mortgage or head lease. If the Property is jointly owned, all parties must sign this Agreement. Where necessary, the Landlord confirms that permission to let has been granted by the mortgagee. The Landlord authorises the Agent to carry out the various duties of property management as agreed between the parties. The Landlord agrees that the Agent may earn and retain commissions on insurance policies issued.

Reasonable Costs and Expenses The Landlord agrees to repay the Agent for any reasonable costs, expenses or liabilities incurred or imposed on the Agent provided that they were incurred on behalf of the Landlord in pursuit of the Agent’s normal duties. To assist the Agent in carrying out their duties effectively, the Landlord agrees to respond promptly with instructions where necessary to any correspondence or requests from the Agent. It is declared that the Agent may earn and retain commissions on maintenance contracts.

Maintenance The Landlord agrees to provide the Property in good and lettable condition and that the property, beds, sofas and all other soft furnishings conform to the current fire safety regulations. The Landlord agrees to make the Agent aware of any ongoing maintenance problems. The Agent does not employ any contractors. The regular contractors the Agent uses hold up to date Public Liability cover. It is agreed that the Landlord gives consent and authority that the Agent may spend up to £100.00 without re-authorising. The Agent will normally request authorisation in advance if the amount is over £100.00, although it is agreed that in an emergency or for reasons of contractual necessity where reasonable endeavours have been made to contact the Landlord,

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the Agent may proceed. Unless otherwise agreed, the Agent is not responsible for arranging major repairs or maintenance and the Agent may charge a fee for its time spent arranging and overseeing such work. The Agent shall advise the Landlord of any issues raised by the Tenant or by other parties relating to the Property. The Landlord shall provide the Agent with two sets of keys to the Property and confirms that the Agent may make further copies of the keys as necessary.

Legal Obligations The Agent will notify the Landlord of any changes to laws and regulations relating to the use of the Property for residential lettings and will notify the Landlord if it becomes aware of a breach of any of those laws or regulations. The Agent will arrange for any required remedial action to be taken, at the Landlord’s cost, if requested. The Landlord understands their duties under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 and the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994. Before a tenancy commences, the Landlord shall provide the Agent with a certificate from an electrician registered with a government-approved organisation (such as NICEIC) as to the safety of the electrical installations and appliances at the Property, and should either provide the Agent with a copy of the last annual safety check carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer (which must be less than 12 months old), or instruct the Agent to arrange for an engineer to carry out the check and any remedial work required. The reasonable costs involved will be debited to the Landlord’s account (for the Full Management Service only). It is the Landlord’s responsibility, before each annual safety check expires, to provide the Agent with up-to-date certificates throughout the duration of this Agreement. The Landlord shall either provide the Agent with a valid Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) or instruct the Agent to arrange for an EPC to be prepared for the Property, at the cost of the Landlord. The Landlord understands that the Agent will be unable to market the Property unless a valid EPC is available. The Landlord is aware of and shall comply with the

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statutory repairing obligations placed on them by section 11 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. The Landlord is aware of the Housing Health and Safety Rating System introduced under the Housing Act 2004. The Landlord shall take reasonable steps to minimise hazards at the Property and shall comply in a timely manner with any notice or order issued by the relevant local authority.

Immigration Checks Landlords have a responsibility, under the Immigration Act 2014, to carry out document checks on potential tenants to ensure they have a right to reside in the UK. The Agent can carry this out on the Landlord’s behalf if required.

Landlord ID The Landlord shall notify the Agent if the Landlord is or becomes a non-UK resident and understands that the Agent may be required to deal with rent in accordance with the Non-Resident Landlords Scheme operated by HM Revenue & Customs.

The Landlord agrees to provide the Agent with photographic ID together with any other documents requested by the Agent upon signing this Agreement. It is the Landlord’s responsibility to provide this and to advise of any changes throughout the duration of the Agreement, such as change of address.

Legionella & Carbon Monoxide Legionnaire’s Disease is a pneumonia-like illness caused by the Legionella bacteria. Landlords have an obligation, under health and safety legislation, to carry out a risk assessment for the Legionella bacteria and to maintain control measures to minimise the risk. The Agent can organise this risk assessment if required. The Landlord is also required to install working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in the Property under The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015.

Referencing Procedure The Agent carries out “in house” Tenant referencing to include, where applicable: Online credit checking, Employment References, Landlord References, Character References and Accountant References (if self-employed). Each prospective Tenant completes a comprehensive application form which gives the Agent information to allow a decision to be made as to whether they are suitable to be offered a tenancy. As part of the application, the Tenant is expected to show some identification and proof of residency.

Council Tax Payment of council tax will normally be the responsibility of the Tenants in the Property. However, Landlords should be aware that where a Property is empty, let as holiday accommodation, or let as a house in multiple occupation (HMO), responsibility for payment of council tax then rests with the owner of the Property. In cases of void periods, it is the Landlord’s responsibility to ensure that the relevant authorities, utility companies and other service providers are aware of the current status.

Services The Agent will take meter readings where access is possible at the commencement and termination of the tenancy and will advise the Tenants accordingly so that they can contact the relevant suppliers to set up / close their accounts. If the Agent is unable to gain access, it is the responsibility of the Landlord and the Tenant to arrange for meter readings to be taken. Regarding mail, Landlords should take care to inform all parties of their new address, as it is not always possible to rely on Tenants to forward mail.

However, the Agent makes no guarantee as to the suitability of Tenants and under no circumstances is responsible for the Tenant(s) actions or lack of actions.

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Schedule & Inventory

Application Fee & Tenant Deposits

The Agent can prepare a detailed schedule and inventory for the Property, including photos when managing properties. This document will include all removable items in the Property (except those of negligible value) plus carpets, paintwork, wall coverings, curtains, mirrors and sanitary ware. Landlords should not leave any articles of exceptional value in the Property without prior arrangement with the Agent.

An application fee will be taken from a prospective Tenant applying to rent a Property. The purpose of this fee is to verify the Tenant’s intent to proceed and to protect the Agent against any administrative expenses that may be incurred should the Tenant decide to withdraw the application. However, should the Landlord decide to withdraw the Property after full referencing has been carried out, the Landlord is responsible for reimbursing the Tenants with this fee.

Please note: The Agent’s staff are not professional inventory clerks. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the document produced is a true record, we cannot be held responsible for any misinterpretation, loss or damage caused by the Tenant.

Upon signing the Tenancy Agreement, the Agent will take a deposit equivalent to one month’s rent plus £200 from the Tenant(s) in addition to any rents due. The purpose of the deposit is to protect the Landlord against damage to the Property during the Tenancy itself. The deposit, held by the Agent, will be kept in a separate and secure client account ready for refunding (less any charges due) at the end of the Tenancy in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Housing Act 2004. No interest will be paid to the Landlord.

Tenancy Agreement The Agent will prepare a Tenancy Agreement. It is agreed that the Agent may sign the tenancy agreement(s) on behalf of the Landlord.

Cancellation Under the Full Management Service The Agent will normally carry out management visits periodically starting after the first six weeks of tenancy. It is not the intention to check every item of the inventory at this stage. The management visit is concerned with verifying the good order of the tenancy (i.e. house being used in a “tenant-like” manner) and the general condition of the Property. This would normally include a limited observation of the main items (carpets, walls and main living areas). This does not include loft areas or structural defects. Where a visit is found to be unsatisfactory, we will write to the Tenant highlighting the issues and a revisit will be made thereafter.

Where the Landlord is a consumer, the Landlord is entitled to a 14 day cooling off period from the date of instructing the Agent. During this cooling off period, if the Landlord cancels the Agreement, any payments made to the Agent will be refunded. If the Landlord requires the Agent to carry out work during this 14 day period, the Agent will need the Landlord’s express written consent and the Landlord will be notified that they will be foregoing their right to this cooling off period. Where the Landlord is not a consumer, or if the Landlord cancels after the expiry of the cooling off period, the termination clause below applies.

End of Tenancy Following the departure of Tenants, a final inventory visit of the Property is carried out by the Agent. Once the final visit has been done, any works required will be discussed with the Tenant. Suitable deductions will then be made from the deposit, where required, in line with TDS (Tenancy Deposit Scheme) regulations. Please note: As Agents, we will not test any electrical appliances, heating systems or plumbing.

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Termination This Agreement may be terminated by either party by way of two months’ written notice. The minimum fee of £300.00 + VAT applies. The Landlord shall provide the Agent with any requirements for return and repossession of the Property at the earliest opportunity. Landlords should be aware that any tenancy agreement entered into on the Landlord’s behalf is a binding legal agreement for the term agreed. Details of any tenancy

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agreement being entered into will be communicated to the Landlord as soon as possible. Landlords should be aware that the legal minimum notice period to Tenants under assured shorthold tenancies is generally two months (should the contract allow for early termination) and this needs to be given even in the case of a fixed term tenancy which is due to expire.

Sale of a Property If the Property is sold through the Agent, the normal agency fee will be 1.75% plus VAT. If a Tenant purchases the Property whilst in situ, a fee of 1.5% plus VAT of the sale price becomes payable to the Agent.

Data Protection Act The Data Protection Act 1998 seeks to strike a balance between the rights of individuals and the sometimes competing interests of those with legitimate reasons for using personal information. Data must be: - fairly and lawfully processed, processed for limited purposes, adequate, relevant and not excessive, accurate and up to date, not kept longer than necessary, processed in accordance with the individual’s right, secure and not transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area unless the country has adequate protection for the individual. A Landlord’s legal obligations to disclose information: The Data Protection Act 1998 will not prevent a Landlord from releasing personal information where they have a legal obligation to do so. For example, under the Landlord and Tenant Acts, Landlords may have to provide an unedited copy of the service charge account to a Tenant if he or she asks for it. If so, the Landlord will have to comply with the request even if it means revealing information about other Tenants. Can a Landlord pass the names of new tenants to the utility companies? Yes. A Landlord has a legitimate interest in making sure that the utility charges are directed to those responsible. However, Landlords should tell individuals when they first agree to the Tenancy that their details will be passed on.

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Can Landlords see references, which were provided to the Agent? The Agent can pass the information to the Landlord, as long as, when the reference is asked for, they make clear to the Tenant and the referee that this will happen.

Insurance The Landlord shall be responsible for the Property being adequately insured and that the insurance policy covers the situation where the Property is let. Likewise, the Landlord must advise their insurance company if they undertake a Tenant in receipt of Housing Benefit, as this may change the current policy. As it is not possible to know whether a Tenant has changed over to Housing Benefit, because this is now paid direct to the Tenant, the Landlord is advised to ensure they have insurance cover for all types of Tenant and not just the cheaper alternative “professionals only”.

Fees The Landlord shall pay a management fee and any additional fees (if applicable) to the Agent for providing the services. The Agent shall send the Landlord a monthly statement in relation to the Property setting out all sums received, all expenditure incurred, the fees due to the Agent and any amount held by the Agent as a float.

Housing Benefit The Landlord undertakes to reimburse the Agent for any claims arising from overpayment which may be made by a local authority in respect of housing benefit, or other benefit scheme, paid to or on behalf of the Tenant(s) as rent. This undertaking shall remain in force during the term of the tenancy and up to six years thereafter, whether or not the Agent continues to be engaged or let or managing the Property under this Agreement. If the Landlord does undertake a Tenant who is in receipt of Housing Benefit, it is prudent they advise their mortgage company and insurance company (see Insurance heading above) for their authorisation of this.

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Non Payment of Rent Any delays of rent payments will be acted on by the Agent in the first instance. Where the Agent has been unsuccessful in the collection of rent or breaches of the Tenancy Agreement, the Landlord will be advised accordingly. Thereafter, if the Agent feels it necessary to proceed through the legal system, the Agent may recommend the services of a solicitor and the Landlord is responsible for payment of all legal fees and any related costs. Although the aim is to take every care in managing the Property, the Agent cannot accept responsibility for non-payment of rent, damage or other default by Tenants, or any associated legal costs incurred in their collection where the Agent has acted correctly in terms of this Agreement, or on the Landlord’s instructions. An insurance policy is recommended for this eventuality.

Payment of Rent In most cases a Tenant will pay their rent to the Agent via Standing Order. The rent leaves the Tenant(s) bank on the rent due date and shows in the Agent’s bank account, once cleared, after approximately 5 working days. Once the Agent’s accounting procedure is completed, the money will be transferred into the Landlord’s bank account. If the Tenant pays via debit or credit card, the process may take a few days longer.

customers. The RICS Clients’ Money Protection Scheme covers the relationship of a RICS member and the client but it does not cover losses owing to bank failure. Deposits at this bank may be eligible for protection under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. For details of current FSCS eligibility requirements and compensation limits, please consult www.fscs.gov.uk. In the event of matters giving rise to a claim under FSCS we will do our best to assist you and FSCS in the processing of any claim. Neither we nor RICS give an assurance of guarantee as to your ability to make a claim or the amount of any such claim and no responsibility is accepted in this regard.

Confirmation of your instructions The terms and conditions of this Agreement may be varied by either party, in writing, but only with prior notice. If the Property Questionnaire overleaf is not returned within 7 working days, it shall be deemed that the Landlord agrees to our terms as outlined above. The Landlord also confirms that they have read and understood the “Obligations, Regulations and Responsibilities” document provided. Additional copies of this and the completed Property Questionnaire are available on request. The Landlord(s) should carefully read and understand the above terms of business before signing the Property Questionnaire. By signing, the Landlord(s) also confirm that they are the sole/joint owners of the above Property. If the Property is jointly owned, all parties should sign the Agreement.

Howkins & Harrison LLP are governed by the RICS Clients’ Money Accounting Rules, and we would inform you that any clients’ funds are held in either our Howkins & Harrison No. 3 Client Account (Non-Interest Bearing) or our Client Call Account (Interest Bearing) at Lloyds Bank, Church Street, Rugby. Any interest (which is retained by Howkins & Harrison LLP) is used to offset Bank Charges for the operation of these accounts. Funds held on behalf of clients are paid to clients as soon as possible after they are deemed to be cleared funds, in accordance with the RICS Clients’ Money Accounting Rules. Please be informed that neither we nor RICS are responsible for the return of client monies in the event of the bank not being able to honour its obligations to

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Being a successful Property Letting Agent, we know we need to effectively use all the multiple streams of the marketing mix. In a modern world, where

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social media and e-marketing are used so prolifically by businesses, we have not forgotten about the importance of highly effective advertising.

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twitter.com/HowkinsLLP facebook.com/HowkinsandHarrison

Our web spreads far and wide Advertising on Rightmove, Zoopla and other sites ensures that our business has exposure across the top UK’s property websites. As part of our marketing plan, we recognise the need to use such advertising on the Internet which then ensures you Our customer, are seen by the UK’s largest property audience. Without an online presence we would lose valuable customers.

on the internet receive more enquiries and carry out more viewings, and that means those agents are therefore given the best chance of a let at the best price. At Howkins & Harrison we believe our online presence is imperative, and impact internet marketing gets results. It’s simple – without results, there is no success.

As a potential tenant, all of these property sites would be your first port of call for the most accurate, up-to-the-minute lettings prices. Agents who advertise

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It’s nice to share Publishing two magazines twice yearly may seem like hard work to most, but for us, sharing our passion for property in a publication dedicated to what we love best, seems quite natural!

The View / Published twice yearly / Circulation of 3,000 to business, customers and in branch

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Please complete, detach and return this entire questionnaire

Property Questionnaire (Pages 10-12) Full address of the property

Alarm code (If applicable)

Landlord/s full name/s

Landlord/s address Full postal address

Home telephone number Mobile number Email

Emergency contact Name Contact address

Contact telephone Contact email

Please include a copy of your ID. Enclosed?

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Yes / No

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Please complete, detach and return

Property details Is the property mortgaged

YES / NO

If ‘YES’ please supply the name of the lender We also require a copy of a letter from your mortgage company confirming acceptance

Buildings Insurance Company Telephone Number Policy Number Renewal Date

Contents Insurance Please note

We recommend that you arrange cover for your carpets, curtains and any extra fixtures and furnishings even of the property is left unfurnished as your Buildings Insurance will not cover these items in the event of fire or flood. Adequate contents insurance should also cover you for public liability. Check with your insurers for confirmation of this.

Company Telephone number Policy Number Renewal Date

Bank account details – for payment of rental income Bank Name Full Postal Address

Postcode

Account Name Account Number Sort Code

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Please complete, detach and return

General Property Information Council Tax Band Local Council Tax Authority

Please list suppliers of the following services: Gas Location of gas meter Electricity Location of electricity meter Water Location of water meter Location of stop tap Number keys handed to the agent

Type of heating Gas

YES / NO

Make and model of boiler Storage heating

YES / NO

Oil

YES / NO

Please supply copies of guarantees or maintenance agreements for any items left at the property. Any instruction manuals for any of the appliances would also be very useful.

Do you have a current Landlord Gas Safety Certificate?

YES / NO If yes please supply

Do you have a current Electrical Safety Certificate?

YES / NO If yes please supply

Please note

If you do not supply these Safety Certificates please advise us as both will be required to ensure the safety of Tenants

Do you have a current Energy Performance Certificate?

YES / NO If yes, please supply

Would you like us to arrange a Legionella Risk Assessment for you?

YES / NO

Do you have working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in the Property? YES / NO Please consider the following and delete those to be excluded

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Smokers / Sharers / Pets

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With six regional Lettings offices, an office on St James's Place London and a dedicated team with exceptional market knowledge, Howkins & Harrison is perfectly placed to help you with your next property decision. Ashby de la Zouch 01530 877977 ashby@howkinsandharrison.co.uk Atherstone 01827 718021 - Option 2 athletts@howkinsandharrison.co.uk Daventry 01327 316889 davletts@howkinsandharrison.co.uk London 020 7839 0888 enquiries@tlo.co.uk Lutterworth 01455 559203 lutterworthproperty@howkinsandharrison.co.uk Northampton 01604 823445 northletts@howkinsandharrison.co.uk Rugby 01788 564665 rugletts@howkinsandharrison.co.uk

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