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Finding the right tenant is a priority for Bradley Homes

If you are a property owner thinking of letting a property, then Bradley Homes is the place to find the right tenant to meet your requirements. In the current market, where rental properties are scarce and tenants are plentiful, it’s now more important than ever to find the right tenant.

Deirdre Bradley says: “It is so important to find a good tenant. Your tenant is the person you are trusting to look after your property, the person to inform you if something goes wrong”.In this context, a lease agreement is a contractual relationship between you and your tenants, and it’s crucial that all of the necessary steps in completing the tenancy agreement are carried out in a professional manner. When screening tenants, Bradley Homes consider previous landlord references, notice given to previous landlords, whether rent was paid in a timely manner and if the property was left in a good condition. All of this work takes time and effort, but it is crucial in terms of protecting a landlord from future loss or damage.

“Finding a bad tenant can be costly. That’s why we work hard before letting a property to ensure that the tenant is genuine, has a good track record and that all of the paperwork is in order,” commented Deidre. Having experience in the property market locally is also crucial in terms of recom-mending tradespeople for work or repairs, and for ensuring that any difficulties are dealt with in a friendly and efficient manner. With sixteen years’ experience in residential lettings in Roscommon and Galway, Deirdre is well placed to ensure that all of the correct steps are taken and that a good tenant is found for your property. If you have a property that you are thinking of renting, then give Deirdre a call. She will arrange a free rental valuation of your property and assess to see if it is compliant with minimum standards for renting residential property. If necessary, she will also arrange a BER, advertise property, and arrange viewings. She will also check tenant references, arrange an inventory of contents and meter readings, and oversee payments of deposits and signing of lease agreements. Once a property is rented, the rental has to be registered with the Residential Tenancies Board. And all of this before keys are issued!

If you are considering renting your property, have any questions, or want to request a free valuation, contact Bradley Homes on 086 171 3417 or email

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