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
£725 pcm 2 bedroom end terrace house with enclosed rear garden and off road parking
£795 pcm A well presented 2 bedroom, semi-detached house, close to town centre shops, bars and restaurants.
£495pcm – Bright, newly decorated one double bedroom flat with en-suite shower room, kitchenette/living area. En-suite Shower Double Bedroom Kitchenette/Living Area Close to town/beach Communal Grounds & Parking
A good, comprehensive landlord insurance policy will not only cover your building in the event it’s damaged by flood or fire, but can also cover:
The contents you supply for a tenancy, including furnishings and white goods
Items, fixtures, or fittings that are accidentally damaged
Your rent losses should your tenant default on their payments
Another aspect of insurance you may wish to consider is landlord liability insurance.
But what is it and why do you need it? Click image to read more..
There have been many changes to the lettings market over recent years which have seen landlords question whether or not to stick with buy-to-let. But the latest property research brings some welcome news.
The first six months of the year have been the busiest since 2000. In May 2021, house price growth was 4.7% year on year – more than double the rate in 2020*. Property prices are still growing at the fastest rate since 2007*, proving that bricks and mortar remain a resilient investment opportunity.
Rental values across the UK now average over £1,000 (excluding London). This is fantastic news for landlords.
Tenant demand continues to rise
Demand for rental property continues to rise and outstrip supply. This low supply, high demand dynamic has helped to push up rental values. Enquiries to agents for rental property are up 10% compared to June 2020**, which means there is no shortage of tenant availability. In fact, the average number of new prospective tenants registering shows no sign of slowing down.
Buying a home with the intention of letting it out is a completely different beast to buying one to live in. It will require careful consideration to ensure you get the best rental income and a good investment property.
If you choose well, you’re going to benefit from short and long-term gain. In the short term, you’ll be receiving rental income each month from your tenant. Once you’ve covered your outgoings, the rest is yours to invest, save or spend. And in the long term, you’ll benefit from the capital gain that your property generates.
When assessing your next property investment deal, you’ll want to look out for some key things. We’re here to tell you specifically what to look for and why it’s so important. Click image to read more..