Marketing and managing properties is a time-consuming and often frustrating business. Here at Dafydd Hardy we understand the importance of a tailored property management service. With over 25 years of working in the property sector, allow us to help you.
Many large agencies have recognised the importance of introducing a department dedicated to managing tenanted properties on behalf of a landlord. Often, their offices will be based far away from the areas they serve. Dafydd Hardy’s Property Management and Student departments are based in the heart of Bangor, within a close distance to the portfolio of managed properties we serve. From the preparation of schedules of condition, to dealing with maintenance problems, handling rent arrears, carrying out inspections and signing out tenants when they vacate, our Student team will take the hassle out of being a landlord and manage all aspects of the tenancy for you. Not to mention we're Rent Smart Wales licensed, taking all the hassle out of this new legal requirement of landlords in Wales.
Our dedicated lettings teams are on hand to ensure that we find the best property and tenant match. Covering Anglesey, Gwynedd and Conwy with local offices offering face to face support.
Our experienced and friendly team are committed to providing the best service; from tailored marketing, contracts and inventories, to breaking down the legal jargon to provide a seamless rental experience. Whether you’re apprehensive about your first buy-to -let property or a seasoned vetran of the lettings market, look no further than our lettings team.
Please call into and office, call or email, and we will be happy to tell you more about what we can offer and discuss how we can provide a service tailor-made to meet your needs.
WE OFFER A RANGE OF SERVICES TO CATER FOR DIFFERENT LANDLORDS NEEDS.
"The excellence and professionalism of Sian Roberts and Paul Tilbury are to be admired. I needed to buy a house and sell a house I was renting out and needed both to go as smoothly as possible. I did not need to worry."