Moving Out of a Property

What to Leave

Landlords have very varied ideas on what to leave in a property. In reality, it depends on the nature of that property and its location. We generally find in this area, at the moment, that unfurnished properties simply equipped with carpets and curtains and presented in reasonably good decorative order, will attract good tenants prepared to pay a good rental, because it saves them the cost of additional furniture removal. Further, a poorly equipped property may require continual maintenance and repair throughout the letting resulting in a reduction in the net income to the landlord.

Unfurnished properties naturally do have lower maintenance costs, as there are no appliances and furniture to be maintained. However, we will always be pleased to provide a letting service tailored to your own needs, whether furnished, part furnished or totally furnished. You should, however, remember that your property will be subjected to the stresses and strains of everyday living. It is particularly essential that you remove items not easily replaceable or of particular value. It is the landlord's responsibility to ensure that all items left in a property are maintained in working order, thus even repairs or replacements to old equipment must be paid for by the landlord. Therefore, it may well be better to remove old items before the tenancy commences.

Post

We strongly recommend that you advise the Post Office of your forwarding address so that they can re-direct any mail going to the premises for the period of time you are away. Special re-direction services are available. We cannot accept responsibility for re-directing mail.

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What Our Clients Say:

Ludlow Office Dear Jane, Thank you so much for all your help over the last 2 months with mum's house sale. I really appreciate all the help and patience you have shown us, particularly with me being so far away. Exchanged today - yippee! Many thanks again. H.
Ms HH