Property Management Dublin

The Property Company is the No 1 leading letting agents Dublin with vast knowledge of the Dublin property market. Our highly motivated, professional team of letting agents and property managers work after office hours, 7 days a week ensuring we turnaround rental properties within 5 working days. We operate on a ‘no let no fee’ basis and give landlords regular updates and feedback from viewings.

We provide property management services for properties throughout Dublin

Our Services

The Property Company is an independent letting agency based in Dublin. We provide Lettings, Property management and full digital inventory services to landlords with properties in the greater Dublin area.

Our  laser focus is on letting and managing properties, not selling them. Unlike other estate agents our loyalties are not divided by dealing with property sales and mortgages. This means that we are solely focused on tenants and landlords.

Our Fees

Our letting fees include Marketing the property, Viewings, Referencing tenants, Digital inventory, Legal documents and Utility transfer.

Our management fees include Rent management, Property inspections, Maintenance repairs, Point of contact and Accounts management.

Our Full picture digital inventory reports cost €50 and are designed to protect landlords against end of year property condition disputes.

Testimonials

At The property company we strive for perfection when renting out a property. The Property Co. understands how vital it is to put your trust in a reputable and efficient company.  Already we are growing fast through ‘word of mouth’ and recommendations of our satisfied clients.

Our team are very passionate about property and customer satisfaction is our main priority, we believe we have the most ambitious, proactive Lettings team in the business.

DIY vs. Professional Property Management in Dublin – What is Right for You?



We’re talking about whether it’s better to manage your own rental property or to hire a professional Dublin property management company to help you. Before becoming a professional property manager, I was a DIY landlord, so I can approach the question from both perspectives. When I entered the market as a property investor, I assumed that all I had to do was find a tenant and let them pay the rent, and it would be an enjoyable experience. I found that this is not always how things play out. Yes, you do find a tenant, and if all goes well, that tenant pays the rent. 9 times out of 10, that’s what happens. But that 1 time out of 10, when things go wrong and you’re busy in your job or your private life, you don’t really have the time to resolve the issue or fix the problem that your tenant is experiencing.

Property Management Dublin: Tenant Disputes


Tenant disputes can cause a loss of rental income and also a lot of stress. The tenant may be unhappy with the service he/she is receiving, and they might stop paying rent. It’s that 1 time out of 10 that a professional agency can really help. When you have a good Dublin property manager in your corner, it’s money well spent. The property manager will protect your best interests at all times and negotiate on a professional basis rather than a personal basis. We have systems and procedures in place. It’s best to assume that things will go wrong; and if they do, we have a process that allows us to take action. As a private landlord, you may not have that capacity. If the tenant rings when you least expect it, you can fail to meet the expectations of your customer. A tenant is paying you rent and expects service in exchange for that rent. If the heat doesn’t work or an appliance breaks down, your tenant wants it repaired or replaced immediately.

Treating Your Dublin Rental Property as a Business


As a professional agency, we run your property as a business. A lot of new landlords don’t see their property as a business. They expect that the value of the property will increase while they collect rent, and eventually they’ll sell and make a profit. In theory, that’s how it should be, but you have to work to achieve that. Landlords need to invest in the right property manager so the property and the owner’s financial interests are protected. So many things can go wrong from a legal and financial standpoint. If you don’t know the rules or you don’t have the time, make the investment in a Dublin property manager.

If you can do the job, make sure you have the time to do it. Otherwise, you should hire a professional property manager whose job is to manage properties every day. We work full time and we have systems and procedures to ensure any scenario is addressed immediately. It’s our business, and this is what we do.

If you’re deciding whether to manage your property on your own or hire a professional manager, please contact us at The Property Company.ie.

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What Do I Do if My Tenant Stops Paying Rent? | Dublin Property Management Education



New landlords or unhappy landlords often ask me what they should do when their tenants stop paying rent. It’s important to document and follow the correct rent collection procedures when you have a tenant who isn’t paying on time.

Contact Your Tenant


If the tenant is required to pay on the first of the month and the money doesn’t arrive, contact your tenant by phone on the following day to ask if something is wrong, if there’s a reason for the delay, and if it’s something that can be worked out. Find out everything that you can about the situation right away. If you’re working with a Dublin property manager, he or she can take care of this for you.

14 Day Notice


If that rental payment doesn’t come through or the tenant can’t pay, take action fast. Under the RTB rules, you must give them 14 days to remedy the situation and pay the rent. They can also use those 14 days to work out a payment plan with you or move on from the property if they cannot pay rent. You’ll need to issue a 14 Day Notice. Send it by Recorded post so you have a tracking number on the delivery of the letter. The tenant doesn’t have to sign for it, but you can prove that it was delivered.

28 Day Termination Notice


After the 14 days, if a payment hasn’t been received and nothing has been worked out, you will issue a 28 Day Termination Notice for nonpayment of rent. It’s the same process as when you issued the previous notice. Send the termination notice in line with the RTB, and include the amount of rent that’s outstanding on your Dublin rental property. You’ll also want to list the reason that the tenancy is being terminated, and note that you’re allowing them 24 hours after the final day to vacate the property. You must word everything exactly the correct way. Follow the RTB, otherwise you’ll go through the process but the tenant will challenge you, and you’ll have to start the whole process over again if the letters as deemed in valid because you may not have given 14 full days or noted how much rent was in arrears or when you issue 28 days notice (after the 14 days has expired) you failed to note that they have the full 24hours to vacate, its simple errors like this that the RTB will strike out your claim. That can become expensive.

If your tenant is not paying rent, it’s very important to have the right procedures in place. Contact the tenant first in case there is a problem you can work out without going through the process.

If you have any questions about collecting rent or Dublin property management, please don’t hesitate to contact us at The Property Company.ie.

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Contact us at The property company for a free rent appraisal on your property. A member of our team is waiting to take your call.

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To get in contact with The Property company by email please send an email to garywildman@thepropertyco.ie

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To download our Lettings & Full property management services brochure please send an email to garywildman@thepropertyco.ie.

DIY vs. Professional Property Management in Dublin – What is Right for You?



We’re talking about whether it’s better to manage your own rental property or to hire a professional Dublin property management company to help you. Before becoming a professional property manager, I was a DIY landlord, so I can approach the question from both perspectives. When I entered the market as a property investor, I assumed that all I had to do was find a tenant and let them pay the rent, and it would be an enjoyable experience. I found that this is not always how things play out. Yes, you do find a tenant, and if all goes well, that tenant pays the rent. 9 times out of 10, that’s what happens. But that 1 time out of 10, when things go wrong and you’re busy in your job or your private life, you don’t really have the time to resolve the issue or fix the problem that your tenant is experiencing.

Property Management Dublin: Tenant Disputes


Tenant disputes can cause a loss of rental income and also a lot of stress. The tenant may be unhappy with the service he/she is receiving, and they might stop paying rent. It’s that 1 time out of 10 that a professional agency can really help. When you have a good Dublin property manager in your corner, it’s money well spent. The property manager will protect your best interests at all times and negotiate on a professional basis rather than a personal basis. We have systems and procedures in place. It’s best to assume that things will go wrong; and if they do, we have a process that allows us to take action. As a private landlord, you may not have that capacity. If the tenant rings when you least expect it, you can fail to meet the expectations of your customer. A tenant is paying you rent and expects service in exchange for that rent. If the heat doesn’t work or an appliance breaks down, your tenant wants it repaired or replaced immediately.

Treating Your Dublin Rental Property as a Business


As a professional agency, we run your property as a business. A lot of new landlords don’t see their property as a business. They expect that the value of the property will increase while they collect rent, and eventually they’ll sell and make a profit. In theory, that’s how it should be, but you have to work to achieve that. Landlords need to invest in the right property manager so the property and the owner’s financial interests are protected. So many things can go wrong from a legal and financial standpoint. If you don’t know the rules or you don’t have the time, make the investment in a Dublin property manager.

If you can do the job, make sure you have the time to do it. Otherwise, you should hire a professional property manager whose job is to manage properties every day. We work full time and we have systems and procedures to ensure any scenario is addressed immediately. It’s our business, and this is what we do.

If you’re deciding whether to manage your property on your own or hire a professional manager, please contact us at The Property Company.ie.

diy-vs-professional-property-management-in-dublin-what-is-right-for-you

What Do I Do if My Tenant Stops Paying Rent? | Dublin Property Management Education



New landlords or unhappy landlords often ask me what they should do when their tenants stop paying rent. It’s important to document and follow the correct rent collection procedures when you have a tenant who isn’t paying on time.

Contact Your Tenant


If the tenant is required to pay on the first of the month and the money doesn’t arrive, contact your tenant by phone on the following day to ask if something is wrong, if there’s a reason for the delay, and if it’s something that can be worked out. Find out everything that you can about the situation right away. If you’re working with a Dublin property manager, he or she can take care of this for you.

14 Day Notice


If that rental payment doesn’t come through or the tenant can’t pay, take action fast. Under the RTB rules, you must give them 14 days to remedy the situation and pay the rent. They can also use those 14 days to work out a payment plan with you or move on from the property if they cannot pay rent. You’ll need to issue a 14 Day Notice. Send it by Recorded post so you have a tracking number on the delivery of the letter. The tenant doesn’t have to sign for it, but you can prove that it was delivered.

28 Day Termination Notice


After the 14 days, if a payment hasn’t been received and nothing has been worked out, you will issue a 28 Day Termination Notice for nonpayment of rent. It’s the same process as when you issued the previous notice. Send the termination notice in line with the RTB, and include the amount of rent that’s outstanding on your Dublin rental property. You’ll also want to list the reason that the tenancy is being terminated, and note that you’re allowing them 24 hours after the final day to vacate the property. You must word everything exactly the correct way. Follow the RTB, otherwise you’ll go through the process but the tenant will challenge you, and you’ll have to start the whole process over again if the letters as deemed in valid because you may not have given 14 full days or noted how much rent was in arrears or when you issue 28 days notice (after the 14 days has expired) you failed to note that they have the full 24hours to vacate, its simple errors like this that the RTB will strike out your claim. That can become expensive.

If your tenant is not paying rent, it’s very important to have the right procedures in place. Contact the tenant first in case there is a problem you can work out without going through the process.

If you have any questions about collecting rent or Dublin property management, please don’t hesitate to contact us at The Property Company.ie.

what-do-i-do-if-my-tenant-stops-paying-ren-dublin-property-management-education