Products & charges
A simple break down of all the products we offer and the associated charges, this covers everything from landlord fees, Tennant fees and rental property requirements such as EPC certification, Gas safety certificate
You’re a landlord if you rent out your property. As a landlord you must:
keep your rented properties safe and free from health hazards
provide an Energy Performance Certificate for the property
protect your tenant’s deposit in a government-approved scheme
It's the Law, as such we have compiled a small list of products that you require to have in place let or sell your property.
We take care of this for you and maintain compliance for as long as your property is managed by Swansea West Sales & Lettings
Landlord insurance - A requirement !
As a landlord, you have a duty of care to your tenants, and also you will want to protect yourself. Depending on what level of cover is available to you the following may be covered . Fire . Lightning . Earthquake . Riot, civil disturbance . Storm and or flood . Escape of water . Accidental damage . Rent
Electrical safety certificate
As a landlord, your duty is to ensure the safety of the electrical infrastructure of your property. There is no legal requirement to get a EICR periodically unless your property is a House in Multiple Occupancy, but doing one is a great way to meet your legal obligations and keep your tenants safe
EPC safety certificate
Since 1 October 2008, an energy performance certificate has been required on rented property in England and Wales, The relevant person who is responsible under the regulations remains as before namely, The prospective landlord when the building is being rented out and the seller when being sold.
Gas safety certificate
As a landlord, it’s up to you to make sure your tenants stay safe in the property you’re letting. Your legal duties apply to a wide range of accommodation occupied under lease or licence. These include:
Residential premises provided for rent by local authorities, housing associations, private sector landlords, cooperatives, and hostels.
Rooms in bedsit accommodation, private households, bed and breakfast accommodation and hotels.
Rented holiday accommodation such as chalets, cottages, flats, Airbnb properties, caravans and narrowboats on inland waterways.