Our management services

As Dublin's premier Estate and Letting agency our property services are carried out professionally and efficiently.Managing properties is our core service offered and one which we excel in. Our rapid response maintenance team deal with issues ranging from plumbing, electrical, maintenance to roofing emergencies. As a member of the PSR we are kept up to date with the latest procedures and legislation so all our clients properties remain compliant.

Our Full Property Management Service gives our landlords total peace of mind knowing that their property is in safe hands.

Rent collection

Efficient rent collection tenants pay rent via standing order to our bank account.

Immediate transfer of rent minus property management fees to the landlord's bank account.

Preparing financial statements on a monthly basis and remitting the balance to landlord.

Property Inspections

Carry out inspections on the property periodically to ensure compliance with the contract.

Present an inspection report of the property condition for the landlords records.

Provide an end of year report outlining any damage to the property during the tenancy

Digital Inventory

Avoid disputes:  Our inventories offer transparency and security to tenants and landlords

Assessment of your property by our experienced lettings manager to find out your needs.

Conducting a thorough detailed digital inventory report  of the property.

Act as liaison

The Property Co will be the first point of contact with the tenant on rent and property management issues.

PRTB dispute resolution mediation in the event of a dispute arising with tenants in the property.

Prompt action on all issues raised by tenants during the tenancy to help minimise potential disputes.

Maintenance & Repairs

Arranging any repairs or replacements to the property or contents to the value of €100 the landlord being responsible for the cost involved.

Copies of maintenance or tradesmen invoices are provided to landlords when works are completed.

Credit terms with Contractors no upfront funds required payments deducted from rent

Accounts Management

Preparation of monthly landlord financial statements and remitting the balance of rental payments within one week of due date.

Preparing end of year tax returns statements and invoices to keep your tax affairs up to date.

Online access provided to management clients to view and download statements

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.