Collection of Rent Arrears

As a landlord, we understand the frustration and financial impact caused by tenants who leave a property with rent arrears owing. With years of experience in the industry, our team specialises in collecting rent arrears efficiently and effectively. We have a deep understanding of the legal processes involved and employ proven strategies to maximize the chances of successful recovery of arrears

Legal Support

Access to a specialist debt collection team of paralegals who are well-versed in the most effective legal procedures and strategies for rent arrears collection.

Bailiff Team

We have our own in-house team of court approved high court enforcement agents, who will work tirelessly on your behalf to recover what you are owed.

Account Management

Dedicated case manager appointed on instruction, giving you one point of contact throughout the life of your case.

Former Tenant Trace

If your tenant has vacated your property owing you money, we will first need to trace them. We have an expert team of tracing agents who can assist in locating your former tenant and provide up to date address information to allow rent arrears collection activity to commence

Solicitor's Letter of Demand

A Letter of demand complies with the pre action protocol and gives your former tenant 28 days to make contact with our rent arrears collection team to make payment in full or agree a suitable arrangement for payment. In our experience, most debtors pay when they receive a solicitors letter demanding payment and threatening court action

County Court Porceedings (CCJ)

Our legal team can raise a money claim for rent arrears and obtain a judgment against your former tenant, which can then enforced by our in-house team of bailiffs.

High Court Writ of Control

On receipt of the county court judgment, this will transferred to the high court which allows for our in house certificated enforcement agents (bailiffs) to take control of goods to the value of debt to secure payment

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