In the event that either a landlord or letting agent places an Abandonment Notice up at a property, it is vital that someone attends the property on a regular basis (ideally every 3-4 days) to ensure the notice is still in place. No Letting Go offer a service whereby we will visit the property as instructed by our client to ensure the notice has not been removed or displaced and also to report on the security of the property.
Vacant property inspections
No Letting Go offer this important service for both landlords and agents during void periods. Most insurance companies require vacant properties to be visited either once a week or fortnightly to check that the property remains secure and to ensure that any property management issues such as water leaks, appearance of mould/damp, broken fence panels, are dealt with promptly.
Block management inspections
Whether in the social housing or the private residential housing sector, No Letting Go provide estate and block inspections. Providing our clients with regular reports covering fire and safety, estate and block cleanliness and condition, maintenance, legionella risk assessment. Each report has urgent actions summary and are all audited. Working to our client’s service level agreement, reports are bespoke to needs using Kaptur report software. The reports are unique in that they have embedded 360 virtual tours, with a visual walk around the estate, highlighting key areas of detailed the extensive training by all No Letting Go assessors in areas
Property Visit (Mid Term Inspection)
This is the visit and subsequent report carried out by No Letting Go or by the agent using Kaptur software typically every 3-4 months during the tenancy to check that the property is being maintained as agreed, to ensure the tenants are meeting their contractual obligations, checking on the wear and tear of the property and that the tenants are satisfied. These documents are critical pieces of evidence protecting you against section 21 6A notices and invaluable evidence against ongoing tenant complaints, especially used to challenge claims at the end of a tenancy.