How can Potter and Ford help you Let or Rent a property
We have a large portfolio of managed properties and our team have years of experience in letting and managing properties. We provide a personal in house management service using trusted local contractors. Please get in touch if you would like to arrange a meeting to see how we can help you look after your investments.
If you need help finding a suitable rental property or moving into the area and looking for friendly advice and good local knowledge please don’t hesitate to call or pop in to see us. Please see our Landlord fee rates and Tenant Deposit info below the properties.
If you are an existing tenant in one of our managed properties and have an issue with the property please call us on 01494 778844 or email Alexandra@potterandford.co.uk.
Landlord Service Options (exclusive of VAT)
Fully Managed Premium 14%
Fully Managed 12%
Rent Collection 9%
Let Only 8%
We are happy to discuss fees with Landlords and tailor our packages to suit your individual needs as we always aim to be both fair and competitive.
(Other additional / optional service fees may apply unless part of selected package. Such as: tenancy renewals, gas safety checks, rent guarantee and such like.
Permitted Tenant Payments
For properties in England, the Tenant Fees Act 2019 means that in addition to rent, lettings agents can only charge tenants (or anyone acting on the tenant’s behalf) the following permitted payments:
Holding deposits (a maximum of 1 week’s rent);
Deposits (a maximum deposit of 5 weeks’ rent for annual rent below £50,000, or 6 weeks’ rent for annual rental of £50,000 and above);
Payments to change a tenancy agreement e.g. change of sharer (capped at £50 or, if higher, any reasonable costs);
Payments associated with early termination of a tenancy (capped at the landlord’s loss or the agent’s reasonably incurred costs);
Utilities, communication services (e.g. telephone, broadband), TV licence and council tax;
Interest payments for the late payment of rent (up to 3% above Bank of England’s annual percentage rate);
Reasonable costs for replacement of lost keys or other security devices;
Contractual damages in the event of the tenant’s default of a tenancy agreement; and
Any other permitted payments under the Tenant Fees Act 2019.