Whether you require help with finding the right tenant, collecting rent, or need somebody to handle the day-to-day management of your property or portfolio, Revere is here for you.

Revere is a local, independent estate and letting agency with years of experience in South West London’s property market.

Providing our clients with a transparent and personal service that gives them peace of mind is what makes us proud to do what we do.

Our Services for Landlords

Find out more about what Revere can do to make your landlord experience easier.

Tenant Finding

8% (9.6% inc VAT)

Tenants for 6 months +

Comprehensive Marketing

Accompanied Viewings

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Rent Collection

10% (12% inc VAT)

Full Tenant Finding Service

Collect Monthly Rent

Yearly Rental Reports

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Full Management

14% (16.8% inc VAT)

Tenant Finding & Rent Collection

Property Maintenance Management

Ongoing Inspections & Management

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Service Breakdown

Here’s what you can expect when you work with Revere:

  Tenant Finding Rent Collection Fully Managed
Free, no obligation property valuation
Professional marketing photos
Comprehensive and effective advertising on leading property websites such as Zoopla, Primelocation & OnTheMarket
Structured marketing campaign, including communicating your property to our database of professional tenants
Accompanied property viewings conducted by experienced consultants, available six days a week
Negotiating terms with prospective tenants, drawing up a comprehensive tenancy agreement, and organising contract signings
Full tenant (and guarantor where applicable) reference checks, including credit score and history, previous landlord, and employment status
Arrange any pre-tenancy works if required (such as gas safety certificate, energy performance certificate, professional clean etc)
Book an independent inventory inspection, check in and check out
Collect the first month’s rent and five week’s rent security deposit from tenant before move in
Provide tenants with point of contact details for any maintenance queries and confirm rent payment method
Arrange tenancy renewal, including contract and rent negotiation, plus amending and updating terms on a new tenancy agreement
Prepare and serve a Section 21 Notice or Notice to Quit to bring your residents’ tenancy to an end
Holding of keys throughout tenancy period at no additional cost
Keep landlords regularly updated with any changes to legislation
Collect monthly rent and issue rental statements  
Supply year-end rental income and outgoings reports to landlords for tax purposes  
Act as tenants’ point of contact for any maintenance or emergency queries    
Organise and instruct repairs, maintenance and refurbishments with our approved independent contractors    
Carry out six-monthly property inspections and provide a report (including photos) of our findings    
Deal with return of deposit and advise on any deductions where necessary    
Continue to manage your property while we find a new tenant    

Advice for landlords

If you’re an experienced landlord or learning as you go, there are several things to always keep in mind. Here are just a few.

Choose the Right

If you choose to use a property management company, make sure they are reputable. It’s worth checking if the company is registered to a professional body such as ARLA or NAEA, ensuring you receive correct up to date information and have Client Money Protection. Next check out the advertising package, make sure they use professional photographs to attract the best applicants.


Tidy Properties, Tidy

Research shows people will often decide within the first five minutes of arriving at a property if they want to take it – so make that first impression count! Get the front of your property looking its best. Take a good look, maybe you need a fresh coat of paint? Tidy the front garden, trim hedges and remember to have to have a good clean, piles of leaves and old post won’t be very welcoming.


Be Sure to Decorate

Try to see your property as your business, don’t make the decoration too personalised, you need to make your property appeal to all applicants. Try a neutral colour scheme, making the most of natural light with some well positioned mirrors and bring some colour with bright paintings, cushions, or throws – items that can easily be swapped for the next occupier.