Switching Managing Agents Is Easier Than You Think
Your property managing agent is the backbone of your asset’s ideal performance and output. If you are reading this, you might be thinking about switching managing agent of your property.
This blog post describes how to switch your property manager in simple steps. Read on to learn more!
Why do people often want to switch?
You have doubts about the performance of your current property manager. Now, you are thinking about switching managing agents.
We get it because often people want to do that because of the following reasons:
- Large voids and rent loss.
- Constantly finding troublesome tenants.
- Overcharging for repairs.
- Needless spending.
- Poor maintenance.
- An unhelpful or disrespectful attitude.
- Ignoring inspections.
- Lack of communication.
- Chaos in compliance and paperwork.
How to Switch?
Before you let go of your current agent, it is better to find a suitable replacement first.
If you reside anywhere in Essex or London, call us for help. We are Uniq Block Management with many years of service and experience. You can even ask for a FREE quote here.
After you find a suitable replacement, follow these steps:
- Note down the problems that you have with your current managing agent.
- Discuss with them politely and professionally, and tell them why you must let them go.
- Send them an official notice [written form] stating clearly why you are choosing another agent.
- Most private landlords are protected against unjust termination provisions. So, don’t worry if transferring agents seems too difficult. If you need more clarification on your next steps, ask us.
- Ensure your new agent is on board with your standards and expectations.
Finally, cooperate with your new agent and provide them with the necessary materials. Some of these are:
- Tenant keys.
- Security deposits.
- Rent agreements.
- Safety instructions.
- Identification details of the tenants.
Please ensure that the process of switching managing agent goes smoother. Don’t worry about it since it is 100% legal in the United Kingdom. So, let the new agent take care of the rest of the transfer work and relax. Thanks for the Read!