Regulated Tenants Purchased
We are a London based property company that specialise in buying houses with regulated tenants. We have many protected tenancies that we have purchased over the last 30 years and are always looking to add to this existing portfolio.
We cover a wide area but our preference is to buy properties within the M25. We will consider buying properties outside if this are so please do call us with any investments that you feel may be suitable. Generally speaking we can tell you over the phone immediately if your property is of interest and will aim to get back to you within a couple of days with an offer.
Regulated Tenants Of Any Age Wanted
We also prefer to purchase regulated tenants but will consider any type of protected tenant irrespective of the tenants age. Naturally we prefer a regulated tenant but we will buy houses and flats with younger tenants. For an immediate valuation and offer on your property please get in touch with us.
Most of the information that we require will be on file at the rent office and you may only need to tell us the age of your tenants and the condition of the property. In most cases it will not be necessary for us to meet your tenants and a valuation can be carried out by our surveyor by looking at the outside of the building.
This suits most vendors as they do not wish their regulated tenants to be disturbed until a sale is well under way or about to complete. The transition from one owner to another should be very straight forward as we have cash funds available for all of our acquisitions. Once we have completed the sale we will then notify the tenant that the sale has taken place.
All Regulated Tenants Considered
Don’t be confused with the different names used for protected tenancies. Sitting tenants, regulated tenants and rent control tenancies are tenancies where the tenants have security of tenure. i.e the tenants can’t be moved out as the have a special type of tenancy that allows them to stay in their home until the die.
These tenancies are sometimes but not always assessed by the local rent office which has an assessment panel that set the rent and deals with any problems that may arise between landlords and tenants.