At Littlejohns we draw on our recognised experience and expertise in the property market. We also look to the future, anticipating trends and using the most up-to-date methods of property management. Littlejohns is a member of Landlord Accreditation Scotland.
Take a look at our property-management services. We can guide you every step of the way from preparing your property and choosing tenants to conducting regular inspections and maintaining your property. Or get in touch with us today to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation. Have a chat with us to find out more about our services
and how to market your property. It is now an offence for Landlords to let a property without having applied to be registered. Landlords could face a fine or have their rent withheld if they avoid registering. Find out more about Landlord Registration.
Littlejohns offer a complete management service for your property.
Marketing your property, vetting prospective tenants, regular inspections, on-going maintenance and rent collection are just a small part of what we do.
We can provide you with guidance when considering purchasing a buy-to-let property and can even oversee and organise the upgrading of your property.
It is now an offence for Landlords to let a property without having applied to be registered. Landlords could face a fine or have their rent withheld if they avoid registering.
The Fee to register as a Landlord is £55.00 with an additional £11.00 for each property owned. There is a fee for each person who has to be registered, to cover the costs of checking that he or she is ‘fit and proper’ to let property.
Thinking of investing in a property for rental income, upgrading your exisiting property or increasing your rental capacity? Whatever your plans for the future, Littlejohns can offer advice and guidance.
Unfortunately we are not able to advise you on the tax implications of letting your property. Information is available from the Inland Revenue.
If you are resident overseas you will need to complete a NRL1 form to register your status with the Inland Revenue.
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