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Residential Lettings and Property Management

Why do you need C&D Lettings?

C&D take the complication out of being a landlord or tenant. We simplify the processes and provide clarity on all tenancy related matters.

Through our experience and knowledge, we understand both the opportunities and challenges letting a property can present. Our agents, with their excellent local knowledge of Cumbria, Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders, provide a comprehensive, personal service to our Landlords.

With competitive fees and a range of property management options, we give peace of mind to all our Landlords. 

Landlord Services

Our dedicated Lettings and Property Management team are here to guide you through every stage of the process to ensure your next tenancy is set up correctly and effectively managed..

Our competitively priced rental packages ensure we find the perfect solution for every Landlord and we can tailor our packages to suit your individual requirements. Unlike many agents, we don’t operate on a first come first served basis with applicants, which means we can ensure we find the right tenant for your property

Letting Your Premises to Tenants


Rental Valuation

A professional rental valuation ensures that you are getting the best return from your property. C&D offer no obligation pre-letting valuations and advice. 


With listings on Rightmove and OnTheMarket, targeted marketing via our in-house applicant mailing list, as well as an extensive social media coverage, we guarantee the best exposure for your property

Legal Compliance

Our specialist property management team can guide you through the steps you need to take to ensure your property is fully compliant with all current legislation in Scotland and England.

Energy Efficiency

Our team is here to provide clarity and advice on Minimum Standards in both Scotland and England. We can arrange EPC’s on your behalf and assist with government funded schemes for improvements to your property.

Viewings and application process

Our professional agents can manage viewings on your behalf, handle applications forms and discuss in detail the information required to help you make an informed decision on the right applicant for your property.

Tenancy Agreement

The Tenancy Agreement protects both the Landlord and the Tenant. In Scotland your property will be let on a standard Private Residential Tenancy. In England, it will be an Assured Shorthold Tenancy with a minimum 6 month term.


We include a schedule of condition produced by our competent agents with all of our letting options. Our details inventories can help protect your claim on a deposit should the need arise when a tenant vacates.

Deposit Protection  

All deposits are required to be held in a Government approved scheme.  Our agents will register and lodge the deposit for your property in an approved scheme, and they can advise on the scheme rules and procedures. 

Client Money Protection

All client money handled by C&D Rural on behalf of Property Management clients is protected by Client Money Protection Insurance.

Click the logo below to download our Client Money Protection certificate.

Landlord Fees 

Our landlord fees vary according to the level of service you choose (Fully Managed, Rent Collection or Tenant Find).

Our Fee Structure

The standard fees for each service are as below –

Fully Managed:
£360 including VAT and then 10% excluding VAT of the monthly asking rent

Rent Collection:
£450 including VAT and then 5% excluding VAT of the monthly asking rent

Let Only:
The equivalent of one months rent, inclusive of VAT

Please see our breakdown of what each package provides below:

Tenant Services Provided by C&D Rural

At C&D we know how important it is to find the right property for you and your family. Our dedicated lettings team are here to assist you with every-step of the process.

We aim to match the right applicants with the best property and landlord for them, so unlike many agencies we do not operate a first come first served policy. At C&D Rural, we take a personal approach to checking applications so we really get to know our prospective tenants and aim to build long term relationships. We send new rental property listings to our applicant database before they go online to give those who have registered their details with us the first opportunity to enquire on new listings, and should you commence a tenancy with C&D Rural which is under our management, we offer a dedicated property App for you to download to your smart phone to notify us of maintenance concerns, monitor your rent payments and download tenancy related documents

Tenant fees:

Variation of Tenancy Agreement (Tenant’s Request) 
£50 per agreed variation. To cover the costs associated with taking landlord’s instructions as well as the preparation and execution of new legal documents

Renewal Charge

Holding Deposit (applicable to England Only
The equivalent of one weeks rent is required to secure a property to yourself whilst the referencing process is undertaken. This figure will be deducted from the total amount of the deposit held against the tenancy which is usually equivalent to one months worth of rent, with a maximum deposit of 5 weeks worth of rent requested in some cases.

Get in touch with our team today to see how we can help

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