2 Hertfordshire Students Union is a not for profit organisation. Any profit made is put straight back into the Union to improve the services that are provided, including a vital range of free services, for our students. The student housing department, LetSU was established in 1999 (the first in the United Kingdom), bringing a fresh new approach to residential lettings within Hatfield, focusing solely on student lettings. As the number of students at the University of Hertfordshire increases, now in excess of 25,000, we are always looking to increase the number of high quality properties that we can offer to our students. In addition to offering student housing, we ensure that student welfare, advice and support is available from us via our Advice and Support Centre within the Student s Union. It is important that students moving into the rental market are aware of their rights and what is a suitable, safe and compliant property and that they are able to access the guidance should they require this at any time. We pride ourselves on the services we offer to our clients, with particular focus to that of our Landlord s. Ensuring we provide a committed, professional and approachable service, we welcome the opportunity to support and guide our Landlord s in their rental investments to ensure they receive the best for their properties. All of our staff have knowledge of residential lettings and are continuously undergoing additional training and qualifications, to further their professional development to keep abreast of the local and national legislative updates, so we can better support and advise our Landlords. As the Student s Union, we don t charge our students any booking fees when signing up to rent with LetSU. This saves students around each and we find that it is a great selling point to students who would all prefer to spend less money whilst securing themselves a high quality property for their time at University. Additionally, we are the only letting agency based within the University of Hertfordshire s campus (College Lane) a prime location to capture a wealth of students looking for off-campus housing. We offer a competitive variety of services to Landlords inclusive of advice and support throughout the marketing process and for those on our fully managed service, throughout the tenancy. Given our unique location on campus, we are able to interact with students and tailor our service to meet their needs.
3 LetSU operate an efficient, courteous and equally beneficial service to all clients, whilst considering the individual needs of their customers, as paramount. To achieve this, LetSU will: Maintain a high level of customer service at all times with equal respect for both Landlords and Tenants Ensure the safety and welfare of our Tenants is our main focus and abide by national and local legislation Ensure the condition of the Landlord s property is kept to a high standard Ensure that all properties advertised by LetSU meet a high standard and are fully compliant with all legislation and guidelines and are equally cared for by the Landlord and Tenant throughout the tenancy Ensure a timely response to any requests made by either the Landlord or Tenants Ensure all maintenance issues are dealt with, as per the local authority s guidelines for prioritisation and are resolved within the specified timeframes Ensure all legal requirements, relating to Letting properties are met and any updates communicated to the Landlord or Tenant (if applicable) Work in accordance with the University of Hertfordshire s Equal Opportunities Policy
4 The first step to begin the letting process is to make contact with one of the LetSU team to let them know you wish to let through LetSU. Once we have received contact, we will arrange for either our Housing Manager or Assistant Housing Manager to visit the property with you, for an Assessment Inspection. The Assessment Inspection includes (but is not limited to): Assessing the property in its entirety for suitability and functionality on our student housing portfolio Ensuring the property is fully compliant with both national and local legislation and guidelines (or identifying the areas that require additional works to become compliant) Assessing the condition and overall quality of the property Highlighting any areas for concern (if applicable) Discussion regarding rental pricing in the local area and offering a guide price (dependant on the tenancy type you choose, either individual or joint) Discussion of the required health and safety certification we require (prior to marketing the property) Taking marketing photographs for advertising purposes (subject to agreement) During our inspection, it is also a great opportunity for the LetSU agent to discuss with the Landlord any thoughts and feelings regarding the letting of their property and what they require in terms of service and/or advice and guidance you may require. LetSU will inform the Landlord in writing, following the visit, regarding the outcome of the Assessment Inspection and when we will begin to advertise their property (this may be following the completion of any essential works required, which may require a second visit). LetSU will then send the Landlord the necessary paperwork for completion. Once received, we will then process the application and begin marketing the property at the agreed rental price and tenancy length.
5 LetSU offer two services that are both beneficial to Landlords, depending on their individual circumstances and experience as a student Landlord. Below we offer a brief overview of both services: Fully Managed Service - POA This service allows the Landlord to be free from the strains of property management and enjoy the rewards of your investment. We become the Property Manager s, on your behalf and take care of all property related items, including (but not limited to): Our full marketing service through our website, social media, carrying out viewings and (coming soon!) exclusive contact with tenants residing in our oncampus accommodation The collection of deposits from all tenants and subsequent protection of these, in line with the legal requirements, in our chosen money protection scheme and providing tenants with the necessary paperwork relating to deposits Arranging and receiving the Tenancy Application Form (per tenant) and Guarantor Application Form (per guarantor) Drawing up and issuing the tenancy documents such as, the Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement (joint or individual), the Guarantor Agreement, the Prescribed Information and the Tenancy Dispute Service Limited Leaflet Carrying out the Right to Rent Immigration Check (as of February 1 st 2016 for any new tenancies), for an additional charge Arranging any necessary paperwork should a tenant withdraw mid-tenancy in order to facilitate a replacement tenant Conducting a credit reference check on each tenant s guarantor, to ensure they are suitable within their role as a guarantor Carrying out a pre-tenancy health and safety check of the property to identify any areas for improvements Organising the Inventory report for the property (carried out by an external and accredited contractor) to ensure a smooth check in process, for an additional charge Provision of a Health and Safety Manual (per property), containing a universal instruction manual for every type of appliance in properties, to protect the tenants and Landlord with regards to health and safety legislations
6 Providing a dedicated move in weekend for tenants, offering a fun and informative atmosphere to collect their keys and issuing the How to Rent Guide (as required, as of October 1 st 2015 for all new tenancies) Carrying out routine monthly inspections of the property, in line with the local authority and national legislations. The inspection includes fire safety checks, visual electric checks, health and safety checks and the overall condition of the property (how the tenants are looking after it). The Landlord receives a written report to confirm the outcome of each monthly inspection, highlighting any areas for attention and feedback given to tenants (if any) Carrying out an annual fire risk assessment of the property, in line with the local authority s recommendations for fire safety. Conducted by our specialist Fire Safety contractors If applicable, arranging a monthly service of the Grade A Fire Alarm System and Emergency Lighting (for licensed HMO s) by our specialist Fire Safety contractors, for an additional charge Provision of our out of hours (365 days a year) emergency phone line for tenants to access, as per the local authority s requirements. Linking tenants directly to our call centre and subsequently to a relevant contractor in the case of an emergency The organisation and management of quotes, repairs and regular maintenance through our trusted and approved contractors (maintenance and repair charges apply) The management of all rental payments, including chasing any rent arrears through our rent arrears policy (if necessary). Swift payment to the Landlord within 10 working days of receipt Ensuring the prompt renewal (for agreed competitive rates) of all safety certificates with our approved and trusted contractors, certificate charges apply Providing seasonal and end of tenancy advice to the tenants to support their cleaning and return of the property, to ensure it is in a good condition for the Landlord Organisation of the Check Out report (paid by the tenants) to confirm the outgoing condition of the property. This forms the evidence in order to propose any deposit deductions as required with the tenants Negotiating deposit deductions with both parties (if applicable), ensuring the Landlord is fully involved in the process until an agreement is made, or handling a deposit dispute (if raised) with our deposit protection scheme on the Landlord s behalf Organisation and return of the deposit amounts to the tenants and any monies due to the Landlord Organisation of any required furniture replacements or cleaning (in relation to the deposit deductions) to return the property ready for the next tenancy Managing the renewal of tenancies and carrying out the necessary paperwork Recommending any upgrades or works required between tenancies
7 Let Only Service - POA This service is for Landlord s who prefer to manage the property throughout the tenancy themselves and ensure they are compliant with all national and local legislations at all times. Our service includes: Our full marketing service through our website, social media, viewings arranged with the Landlord however, accompanied viewings are available subject to agreement and (coming soon!) exclusive contact with tenants residing in our oncampus accommodation The collection of all tenant s deposits and subsequent transfer into your account for you to protect with your chosen government backed scheme (please advise us of this scheme) Arranging and receiving the Tenancy Application Form (per tenant) and Guarantor Application Form (per guarantor) Drawing up and issuing the tenancy documents such as, the Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement (joint or individual), the Guarantor Agreement Carrying out the Right to Rent Immigration Check (as of February 1 st 2016 for any new tenancies), for an additional charge Conducting a credit reference check on each tenant s guarantor, to ensure they are suitable within their role as a guarantor Carrying out a pre-tenancy health and safety check of the property to identify any areas for improvements Advising the Landlord (on their specified move in day) when to release the keys to the tenant group (subject to all rent s being received by LetSU) Collecting the first month s rent this is then paid directly to the Landlord
8 What is an HMO? As per the 2006 update to the Housing Act 2004, if the property is occupied by more than two people, it will be classed as a House of Multiple Occupation (HMO). The local authority has compiled specific standards which incorporates the legal requirements for all HMO properties, which all of our properties must comply with. Part 2 of the Housing Act 2004 requires licensing of higher risk HMO s. Licenses are obtained by the Council and must be provided prior to letting the property. Please be aware that LetSU will not be completing the licence application on your behalf and will not be named on the licence. If LetSU manage the property on behalf of the Landlord, the Landlord s name must be named as the manager of the property. Part 1 of the Housing Act 2004 has incorporated a way to assess the risk of housing conditions to the occupiers (the Housing Health and Safety Rating System). For further information about HMO licensing and the amenity guidelines it must have, please visit the local authority s website; Your Property LetSU is committed to providing student housing of the highest quality. We work in line with the Welwyn and Hatfield Borough Council s guidance to ensure all of our properties meet the required HMO (Houses in Multiple Occupation) standards. As a result, this increases the potential for booking properties with students as they meet a high standard. Property Access All tenants are entitled to enjoy uninterrupted residence of the property, throughout their tenancy. Gaining access without prior permission and agreement from the tenants is illegal; it is classed as a criminal offence to harass a tenant. Therefore, if you require access to the property you must provide 24 hours written notice. If your property is managed by LetSU, we will organise this on your behalf if you so require. Residing Overseas If you live overseas, you will need to make arrangements for a tax point in the UK, i.e. an accountant. You will need to notify Her Majesty s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to register as part of the Non-Resident Landlords Scheme (NRL).
9 Our Tenancy Documents All of our tenancy documents are endorsed by Training for Professionals, so we can ensure they are consistent with the local and national legislative requirements. LetSU aims to be a transparent agency and are more than happy to provide copies of our templates to our Landlords for reference. For Landlord s on our Let Only service, we can tailor the agreements to specifically apply to your chosen tenancy deposit scheme to enable you to ensure the information regarding the deposit scheme is up to date and accurate. Additional clauses can be added, subject to the agreement of LetSU. Deposits Following the legislation introduced in April 2007, all deposits taken by Landlords/Agents must be protected in a government based tenancy deposit scheme. There are two options for the type of scheme: Custodial the deposit is held by the third party scheme Insurance allows the Landlord/Agent to hold the deposit in a specific, insured bank account LetSU managed landlords will have the deposit protected with The Dispute Service Limited (an insurance backed scheme). For further information on the scheme, please visit their website: Our Let Only service Landlord must inform us of their chosen tenancy deposit scheme in order for the tenancy agreements to be tailored specifically to their chosen scheme. We encourage Landlords to use the Deposit Protection Service (DPS), as this is a free scheme. However, you are free to use any of the government backed schemes. For further information regarding deposit protection, please visit: Property Maintenance Every property requires upkeep, especially when rented in the capacity that student properties are. Our fully managed service takes care of this for you. We provide an out of hours phone line for tenants to make any emergency maintenance reports to and if needed, an out of hours contractor can attend to make the situation safe. We also take and act upon any maintenance issues raised during our opening hours and our monthly inspections.
10 In order to prevent unnecessary delays in repairs, we hold a 300 float against the property (held on the Landlord s account) throughout the tenancy. This is used as a kitty for any routine maintenance works in order to ensure compliancy of the property regarding HMO legislation and limits the delays for instructing works, as the funds are readily available. However, if the issue is of a larger scale, we will inform you and provide the appropriate quotes for your authorisation. Should there be an emergency issue (of a larger scale), we will act to ensure the issue is made safe and provide quotes to continue with the necessary remedial works. Landlords on our Let Only service are responsible for all maintenance reporting and repairs within their properties (including all furnishings and decorative items). They must ensure there is a means for tenants to make maintenance reports (including emergencies), 24 hours a day, should anything arise out of hours. Buildings Insurance and Mortgage Consent All of our Landlords must ensure they have adequate buildings insurance to cover them for each eventuality. We request details of your policy in your Landlord Application pack to ensure that this is available. Insurance providers must be made aware that the property is rented to students. Not declaring that your property is let to students could invalidate any claims you may make in the future. We also require proof from your mortgage lender (if applicable) that the property is for let purposes. We will not be able to enter into an agreement with you, without this vital information. We have close links with Endsleigh Contents Insurance for our students and strongly recommend they take out their own personal contents policy when renting off-campus. Gas Safety In line with the Gas Safety Regulations 1994, the Landlord (or Landlord s Agent if the property is managed by LetSU) must have an annual check of all gas appliances. It must be checked by a certified Gas Safe engineer. A certificate must be issued to the Landlord and Landlord s Agent (for both services) to be kept on record. The Gas Safety Certificate must also be displayed within the property for all tenants reference. It is a criminal offence to comply. Electrical Safety A Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) must be carried out annually by the Landlord or Landlord s Agent (if managed by LetSU). This test includes all electrical appliances, such as washing machine, kettles, toasters, electric ovens (if applicable). Additionally, every five years an Electrical Installation Report must be carried out, in line with the BS 7671 Requirements for Electrical Installations (IEE Wiring Regulations).
11 A certificate will be provided to demonstrate this has been completed and will highlight any repairs required. Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) All properties for rent require an EPC (since 2008). All prospective tenants must be able to access and view the EPC for any property that is advertised. These certificates last 10 years and provide recommendations in order to improve the properties energy performance. Fire Alarms (Grade D & Grade A) As our properties are HMO (Houses of Multiple Occupation), they must have smoke alarms in all rooms and a heat detector in the kitchen. In properties that do not require a HMO Licence and is not comprised of three storeys, a Grade D smoke alarm system is sufficient. This will require an annual service which will be organised by the Landlord (or Landlord s Agent if managed). If the property is a licensable HMO or is three storeys, it will require a Grade A fire alarm system and panel. These require monthly testing and servicing every three months by a qualified fire safety contractor. The Landlord will need to organise this (or the Landlord s Agent if managed). Emergency Lighting This is required to be serviced annually and checked monthly. If you are on our managed service and have a Grade A fire alarm system in place, the emergency lighting checks and services are incorporated into this. If you are on our managed service and have a standard Grade D system in place, then we carry out the monthly emergency lighting flick tests and will organise the annual service (additional cost applies). Health and Safety Manual (fully managed service only) Our role as Managing Agents is to ensure we best protect the tenant and the landlord. As a result, we do all we can to prepare and prevent for any risks that may arise when letting a property. We understand that you may not hold a copy of every single appliance within your property throughout the years of lettings, so we aim to ensure that you remain protected by providing each tenant group (at time of move in) a LetSU Safety Instructions for the Home manual. This contains over 100 universal manuals for all types of appliances (even a Jacuzzi if that ever crops up!). This is inclusive of our fully managed service.
12 Fixtures and Fittings All of our properties must meet the local authority s requirements for adequate provision of furnished goods. We require all properties to have the following as a minimum: Bedrooms bed (with mattress), wardrobe, chest of drawers, desk, chair and curtains/blinds. Kitchen white goods (washing machine and cooker/oven) and plenty of cupboard space (one large cupboard, per tenant as a minimum). If a dining area is available, this requires a table and chairs (enough per tenant). Communal Room (if applicable) a sofa (with enough room for all tenants one seat per tenant). Bathroom must have one toilet (two if over five tenants), bath and/or shower with suitable screen/curtain to protect from water leaks. Heating preferably central heating operated Fire Safety & Amenity Standards All bedroom doors and front door must have keyless locks from the interior (i.e. thumb turn locks). All interior doors must have smoke seals, intumescent strips and self-closers fitted. Emergency Lighting must be installed on the landing and hallway to illuminate the escape route in the event of power loss. All furnishings must comply with the Furniture and Furnishings Fire Safety Regulations 1988 and the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations Utility Bills All utilities (unless otherwise stated in an addendum) are to be paid by the tenant, as specified within their tenancy agreement. The tenant must inform the Council of their student exemption, so that they do not pay any tax whilst at the property. All tenants must register their details (of all tenants ) with the utility companies upon tenancy commencement, which will include the taking of all meter readings. PAL Accreditation The PAL scheme is voluntary and available to all Landlords, as well as Agents (to become supporters of the code). We would appreciate your support to achieve the above status and would encourage anyone interested to please apply. For further information visit:
13 Diane Kendrick Housing Manager Working Hours: Monday Friday, 9am 4.30pm Megan Bowles Assistant Housing Manager Monday Friday, 9am 4.30pm Laura McKeon-Hewitt (currently on Maternity Leave until November 2016) Senior Housing Officer Working Hours: Tuesday Thursday, 9.30am 2.30pm Friday, 9.30am 1.30pm Collete Humphrey Housing Officer Working Hours: Monday - Friday, 9.30am 2.00pm We do often have student staff working with us, who are trained to deal with certain queries. However, if we are away from the office and they cannot assist you, they will take a message and have us get back to you upon our return.
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