Letting and Property Management services in Teignbridge, Torbay & Totnes.
Carrick Johnson is a long established Letting and Property Management
for Teignbridge and Torbay
We are a family business that genuinely cares about our properties and the landlords we do business with.
We focus on putting the ‘right’ tenant in your property, unlike some agents, who place the ‘first’ tenant that comes along.
Landlords & Tenants
We are specialists in letting and property management, so we have vast knowledge of the local neighbourhood and the current letting market conditions.
Our highly trained will VALUE, MARKET & ADMINISTER each element of the letting process efficiently and effectively; therefore our exceptional care and attention to detail, ensures a harmonious, long term and trusted relationship on both sides.
It’s important to us and your landlord that you are happy in your new home so we do our very best from the start to ensure you are fully informed about every aspect of renting the property. Therefore if issues do crop up, you have our assurance that these are dealt with as quickly as possible.
We know how important it is to you to have great tenants that can afford your property so they treat their new home with respect long term.
Our routine visits check the condition of your property and that it is being treated with care and respect.
Carrick Johnson, founder of Carrick Johnson Lettings and Property Management, has built a career in the property industry that spans over 40 years. Carrick is one of the most highly industry qualified individuals in the Teignbridge and Torbay area; his loyal team is dedicated to providing a second to none service resulting in a well-deserved reputation for reliability in Letting and Property Management.
We currently offer a landlord referral scheme. If a referral from you then becomes a fully managed tenanted property, we will pay you £100 as a thank you!
All the owner of the property has to do, is advise us at the time of consultation that you referred them and once the tenant moves in, we will forward the money to you. If the landlord owns multiple properties it will be £100 per property rented and fully managed through us!
Why not call today!
t. 01626 335 090
£750 – Two bed mid-terrace, GCH, quiet location, easy access to A38. New kitchen, freshly re-decorated and new carpets/floorings, enclosed paved rear garden. Allocated parking space for one vehicle.
£850PCM – Newly refurbished 3 bedroom semi-detached house with stunning views in a convenient situation close to amenities. New flooring, new bathroom and newly decorated. There is a spacious garden to the front of the property, a decked and lawned area to the rear and off road parking for 2 cars. Viewing highly recommended
Location: Newton Abbot £750 pcm End terrace house located in a Cul de Sac with stunning views. The property benefits from 2 double bedrooms, bathroom with shower over. Patio doors lead out to a decked area and garden to the rear. There is off road parking for one car....
Renting a property can be a minefield, from finding the right place at the right price to organising insurance etc. With all this to think about before signing the contract, you’ll might want to get on top the rules while renting.
The most important thing to remember is that once you sign the tenancy agreement and move in, you’re still bound by it.
Your Letting agent will help you understand the small print in your contract. CLICK IMAGE to read five things to remember before becoming a tenant..
To ensure that your rental property is in good condition, you, or your Letting agent, should inspect its overall condition, both the interior and exterior, at regular intervals throughout the tenancy.
Here are the top reasons why regular property inspections are necessary:
1. To ensure compliance with the lease or tenancy agreement
2. To address repairs and maintenance issues
3. To ensure that no illegal activities are taking place
4. To preserve the value of your property
5. To build a good relationship between landlord and tenants
Clear communication and a good rapport are key and will absolutely benefit your business. If tenants see that you are attentive to their needs and safety, they are more likely to renew the tenancy agreement at the end of the fixed term, which will consequently result in a long-term and reliable relationship. To read more click image above.
What is a good inventory? This is a document that observes a property’s condition in its entirety. A good property inventory, or ‘schedule of condition’, will span some 20+ pages, contain a wide selection of photos, and brief descriptions. There will usually be a...