Country Property have a dedicated in house lettings department with a prominent office at the business end of our bustling High Street. Our goal is to provide our landlords and tenants with a no-hassle, efficient and professional service.

Accompanied viewings and clear guidance on the letting process throughout with a Lettings Administrator on hand to deal with your enquiries on a daily basis.

Country Property are members of the ARLA Propertymark, a nationally recognised professional body, which assures you of the highest standard of service, and the Tenancy Deposit Scheme which secures the safety of your deposit at all times.

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Fees schedule for Landlords and Tenants
Tenants – How to Rent Checklist
Coronovirus Guidance for Tenants

Landlords – we value your business

Have you been left behind by the myriad of new and changing legislation for LANDLORDS?

The letting industry has been under a lot of pressure over recent years with regulations increasing. We will take care of everything for you – from ensuring legal compliance to arranging a boiler service – we’ve got it all covered.

Our professionally qualified rental team provide an honest, experienced and trusted service – coupled with first class marketing.

If you currently rent your property out, if you plan to, we welcome your valuation enquiry. It’s free of charge, and we can offer you the very best advice based on years of experience, including such topics as:-

  • Ensuring legal compliance and tenant safety
  • Local maintenance contacts
  • Tenancy Deposit scheme
  • Compliant tenancy agreements
  • Client money protection

Our Guide to Renting Your Property

The Valuation

ARLA qualified staff will provide you with accurate advice to ensure local market forces are considered to ensure a speedy and successful let. This can be done by visiting the property or a virtual valuation.

Which Service do you Require?

Fully Managed or Introductory Let Only

Our Directors will guide you through which service best suits your requirements.


Your property must meet UK’s legal safety requirements and standards. We ensure our landlords are kept up to date with the latest legislation – it’s all part of the service. We will work on the essentials such as gas safety certificates, electrical safety certificates and building insurance etc.


All properties will have a Brochure with multiple photographs and measurements. They will be promoted through Country Property Website, Portals and Social Media and matched through our extensive database of tenants and contacted directly by Country Property staff, who will check their suitability to rent a property.


All viewings are accompanied by a member of our Lettings team or, occasionally via video conference link to the prospective tenant.

Choosing the Correct Tenant

All prospective tenants will undergo the strictest of selection criteria which includes an independent referencing company for credit and financial checks, employer’s references, previous landlord references, identity checks for proof of residency. Only once these checks are satisfactory, can we then recommend the tenants to you.

Paperwork and Tenancy Documents

Up to date Tenancy Agreements will be prepared for signature, supported by deposit certification and protection, right to rent checks, prescribed information, standing orders, and certificates.

Signing the Tenancy

On the commencement day of the tenancy we will ensure that the tenant signs all relevant forms, that all payments have gone through and that all legal requirements have been completed. If we fully manage the property an Inventory or Schedule of Condition is carefully completed and supplied to the tenant – vitally important in ensuring that your property is fully protected during the tenancy (we can also provide these if you are only using our Introductory Only service – please call for a quotation).

A Smooth Running Tenancy

If you are using our fully managed service – just relax and we will take care of everything for you, such as:-

  • Carry out inspections of your property, one after 3 months and thereafter 6 monthly.
  • Ensure any maintenance issues are dealt with to a satisfactory standard in order to keep you legally compliant.
  • Collect monthly rent on your behalf and make payments, chase late payments and negotiate rent reviews.
  • Keep you fully informed of new regulations, compliance and regulations.
  • Communicate with you at all times to ensure you are updated.

See our Schedule of Costs and Services

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