The Landlord and Tenant relationship can often be seen as being confrontational and built on a mutual mistrust, as in the eyes of Landlords the tenant is only as good as their last rent payment, whilst to a Tenant there is no such entity as a good Landlord!
Property occupation is governed by a combination of the contractual terms in a lease, the surrounding legislative framework and current case law, however we recognise the emotive element in the relationship. Our experience in all these factors along with our understanding that we are often dealing with someone's home or business, equips us to make sure our clients are receiving the maximum benefit from their property assets and interests whilst aiming to maintain a healthy tenant relationship.
At Sandrove Brahams we aim maintain a healthy relationship, whether on the normal day to day side or the less frequent matters such as rent reviews, lease renewals dilapidations or disputes, through our basic philosophy of treating everyone as we would wish to be treated and providing a professional service.
The role of a Property Manager in a Residential property relationship
An individual or company who owns an entire block of flats (the building)
Resident management company (RMC)
assumes the Landlord's role in managing the building
Employed by Landlord or the RMC to maintain the building
Individual or company who owns a flat or multiple flats
Individual rents a flat from the Landlord Lessee
The role of a Property Manager in a Commercial property relationship
An individual or property who owns the building
Employed by Landlord to collect rent, manage dilapidation inspection
Individual or company who rents a property from the Landlord Freeholder