Monday-Thursday 9.15 am to 5.30 pm
Friday 9.15 am to 5.00 pm
Closed for Lunch 1pm - 1.30pm and all day Saturday / Sunday
Letting & Full Management
Carry out an inspection of property to determine Advised Letting Value
Photograph the interior and exterior of the property for the purpose of advertising
Market / advertise the property in our window and on our website, daft.ie, myhome.ie and dng.ie websites
Show property to prospective tenants
Request a reference letter from the previous landlord. Check references & screen prospective tenants
Notify the landlord of the person who we recommend to let their property, prior to giving the tenant the ok
Accept the "tenancy deposit bond"
Accept any advance of rent (normally one month’s rent)
Prepare the lease, get tenant to sign it. Then we sign the lease on behalf of landlord, give the keys and the property security alarm instructions to the tenant
Pay the rent to the landlord within one working day of receiving rent
We request the landlord to supply a copy of the inventory of the property
Get tenant to acknowledge accuracy of inventory supplied to us by the landlord
Read gas/electricity/water meters and transfer those utilities into the tenant's name.
Notify the tenant of waste disposal arrangements
Notify the tenant of the arrangements for services such as broadband, telephone, television
Notify the tenant of DNG John O’Brien will be the point of contact for repairs and maintenance
Carry out inspections of the property once a year
Furnish Client with call or email re the inspection report
Act as the point of contact for tenants in relation to all repairs and maintenance
Act as the point of contact for tenants in relation to all paperwork, i.e. letters of residency, reference letters, filling in the forms for the social welfare office etc
Deal with any breach of tenant obligations and anti-social behaviour on behalf of the client
Register the tenancy with the Residential Tenancies Board on behalf of the Client
At end of tenancy
Retrieve the keys from the tenant
Note the readings on the gas/electricity/water meters and change back into landlord’s name
Carry out an inspection of the property (noting any visible changes from the initial condition)
Photograph the interior and exterior of the property where damages have taken place
Check the inventory of the contents of the property supplied to us by the landlord
Assess the extent of repairs/maintenance work necessary and advise client accordingly
Calculate the amount, if any, of the “tenancy deposit bond” to be deducted to cover breaches of the tenancy and appraise Client
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