What we do

Landlord Estates has been managing our substantial portfolio, and landlords buy-to-lets and entire portfolios on behalf of property investors for more than 20 years. Our team is reassuringly up-to-date with existing and incoming compliance, and we constantly monitor announcements by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities so you don’t have to. We’ll inform you of any legislation changes and implement them if they affect your investment activity.

Our job is to keep your tenants safe, ensure your buy-to-let is run within the law and that preserve the value of your property. To do this, Landlord Estates has cultivated preferential relationships with a number of trades and third-party suppliers, giving our landlords access to vital on-demand services, including:


  • EPCs: energy assessor appointments to create a new EPC when the existing one expires or after any energy efficiency improvements
  • Inventories: impartial inventory clerk bookings to accurately document the condition of a property before a tenant moves in. Check in and check out services also available

Compliance & regulations

  • Gas safety certificates: annual gas safety inspection visits, booked with a Gas Safe registered engineer
  • Electrical inspection condition reports: reports by a qualified and competent electrician to comply with The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020

Tenancy administration

  • Tenancy agreements: the creation of new tenancy agreements and tenancy renewals
  • Deposit handling: registering deposits with Government-approved schemes
  • Issuing prescribed information: ensuring all prescribed information is given to tenants in accordance with the Deregulation Act 2015
  • Referencing & credit checks: ensuring tenants are financially sound and are of low risk
  • Void period management: ensuring properties are safe and managed when free of tenants
  • Ad hoc & annual property inspections: scheduling visits to check for signs of damage, sub-letting or erroneous behaviour

Maintenance & care

  • Cleaning: specialist pre- or post-tenancy deep cleans, including those for lets with pets
  • Property maintenance: trusted trades ready to undertake essential pre-booked or emergency maintenance jobs
  • Building projects: reliable builders available to quote for and complete extensions, remodelling work or renovations


  • Rent collection & rent rises: ensuring the monthly rent is collected on time and transferred to the landlord, plus actioning rent rises in accordance with incoming lettings law (Section 13 notices)
  • Accountancy recommendations: help with tax efficiency and financial planning

End of tenancy

  • Schedule of dilapidations: compiling a list of dilapidations and served details to the tenant either during or at the end of the tenancy agreement
  • Deposit claim negotiations: starting the mediation and resolution process in the event of a disagreement over deposit returns
  • Issuing notices: starting and overseeing the process of tenant evictions – Section 8 and Section 21 notices (the latter until withdrawn by the Government)

How it works

Our experienced property management team is ready to take over the day-to-day running of your buy-to-lets – whether you have one property or a whole portfolio. Landlord Estates already has the systems, software, staff resources and contacts in place to hit the ground running.

Each landlord will gain the services of a dedicated Property Manager, who will get to know you, your properties and your tenants. We pride ourselves on our communication skills and open dialogue, as we find this encourages the most simple, stress-free tenancies.

It’s easy to delegate to Landlord Estates – let’s start today.

For self-managing landlords:

  1. Contact Landlord Estates
  2. Tell us about your property and any tenants
  3. We’ll open your account
  4. Hand over the day-to-day running of your buy-to-let to us
  5. Order from our list of on-demand services as and when you need to
  6. Enjoy one point-of-contact for simple delegation

Transferring from another property manager:

  1. Contact Landlord Estates
  2. Tell us about your property and any tenants
  3. We’ll establish the details of your current property management contract
  4. Give notice and transfer your buy-to-lets to us
  5. We’ll onboard as many properties as required
  6. Order from our list of on-demand services as and when you need to
  7. Enjoy one point-of-contact for simple delegation

Frequently asked questions

Landlord Estates has been working with landlords for more than 20 years. Here are the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions. Don’t see your query below? Get in touch and we can help.

How much will I pay per property, per month? + -

We charge 8% of the monthly rent, including VAT. There is a minimum monthly fee of £50.

Will you manage just one property? + -

Yes! As well as resources capable of handling large portfolios, our team is happy to manage a single buy-to-let on your behalf.

Will you implement any new lettings laws on my behalf? + -

It’s our job to ensure your buy-to-lets comply with every letter of the law. We’re tracking the implementation dates for the Fairer Private Rented Sector White Paper, and we are already helping landlords prepare for the new EPC standards.

Do you belong to any trade bodies or associations? + -

We take our professional standards very seriously. As well as self-auditing via in-house KPIs, we are members of The Property Ombudsman, the Deposit Protection Service, and The Property Redress Scheme, always making us accountable.

Can you evict tenants for me? + -

If there is good reason to start the eviction process, Landlord Estates can oversee the Section 8 or Section 21 notice process (the latter until it is withdrawn by Government).

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