The benefits of excellent quality advice, whether to a landlord or tenant, is not to be underestimated. This is where a Surveyors specialised knowledge and guidance can be critical and covers a whole range of area, the most common being:

  • Lease renewals
  • Rent reviews
  • Quality property management
  • Serving of notices
  • Schedule of condition & dilapidations

Whether there is a clause that you don’t understand or you want to make sure that your property is adequately protected within the agreement, it’s essential to do your research. A RICS regulated Surveyor will be able to provide professional advice on any issues that arise from both parties, putting everyone in the position to participate in a fair tenancy agreement negotiation.

From our experience, when a landlord and tenant negotiation is handled appropriately, it yields long-term stable leases with financial security for both parties.

In many cases the other side will employ a surveyor to act on their behalf. Therefore, you should seek professional advice to counter. The best outcome in almost all cases are achieved where professional advice is sought.

Lease Renewals & Rent Reviews

Employing a surveyor for lease renewals or rent reviews, whether you’re a Landlord or Tenant, can ensure you:

  • Don’t pay/receive over/under the market rent
  • Abide by the requirements of the Lease
  • Serve notices within timescales required by the Lease (if time is of the essence).

From our experience, when a landlord and tenant negotiation is handled appropriately, it yields long-term stable leases with financial security for both parties.

In many cases the other side will employ a surveyor to act on their behalf. Therefore, you should seek professional advice to counter. The best outcome in almost all cases are achieved where professional advice is sought.

What should you do?

We recommend you use the services of a RICS regulated Surveyor or firm of Surveyors. The word ‘surveyor’ can be loosely used so it is recommended they are a qualified surveyor. The RICS website, allows you to check the individual or company https://www.rics.org/uk/find-a-member