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 legal matters.
Through our experience and knowledge, we understand both the opportunities and challenges letting a property can present.
With competitive fees and a range of property management options, we give peace of mind to all our Landlords.
Our agents, with their excellent local knowledge of Cumbria, Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders, provide a comprehensive, personal service to our Landlords.
Landlord Services Provided by C&D
Our competitively priced Property Management Packages ensure we find the perfect solution for every Landlord. From tenant find to rent collection to full management options, we aim to develop long term client relationships.
Unlike many agents, we don’t operate on a first come first served basis which means we can ensure we find the right tenant for your property.
Our dedicated Lettings and Property Management team are here to guide you through every stage of the process to ensure your property is properly managed.
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, as well as targeted marketing via our in-house mailing lists, we guarantee the best exposure for your property
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.
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. Thereafter, will take applications from suitable tenants before discussing in detail with you.
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.
An inventory can help protect your claim on a deposit should the need arise when a tenant vacates. As such, this is something we strongly recommend you have prepared at the start of every tenancy.
We use a specialist company to ensure a thorough and independent document is prepared at the best available cost.
All deposits are required to be held in a Government approved scheme. Our agents will vest the deposit for your property and 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 (Updated April 2021)
Our landlord fees vary according to the level of service you choose (Fully Managed, Rent Collection or Tenant Find).
If you would like to find out how much it could cost for C&D Rural to manage your rental property you can find a schedule of our current landlord fees by clicking on our logo below:
Tenant Services Provided by C&D
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 tenants 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 we take a personal approach to checking applications so we really get to know our prospective tenants and aim to build long term relationships.
Our tenant fees are as follows:
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
Early Release from Tenancy
Landlord’s costs for re letting the property