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We will become your tenant.

 

The rent is mutually agreed when commencing the tenancy agreement and is paid directly into your bank account a month in advance.

 

We will cover all the cost usually borne by you, such as inventories, tenancy deposit scheme, EPCs, cleaning and reference checking.

 

During our tenancy agreement Easyroom4you will pay for all maintenance your property may need.

 

We will pay your rent regardless of your property being vacant or occupied.

 

We know you may like to try our service and see how it goes that’s why are flexible and offer short term tenancy agreements.

 

Finally for your peace of mind easyroom4you can provide you contacts of other landlords who have already rented their properties with us.

 

You can contact us anytime on info@easyroom4u.co.uk or call us on 078 382 400 74

Our Promise

 

We limit the number of tenants living at your property. Usually it will be single occupants in each bedroom.

We will look after your investment as our own.

 

We will be responsible for your property for the period our tenancy agreement last with us.

We limit the number of tenants living at your property. Usually it will be single occupants in each bedroom.

We will look after your investment as our own.

We will be responsible for your property for the period our tenancy agreement last with us.

We’re exceptionally proud of the fact that 95% of the landlords who’ve had the chance to extend their contract with us have chosen to do so.

Why such high satisfaction? To begin with, we are not an estate agency, and we don’t have their conflicts of interest or attitudes. We’re property managers, really. The basic model is simple enough: we lease a 3+ bedroom property from a landlord on a 3-year agreement, and then we rent out the rooms to working professionals on 6-month contracts.

As the result of our regular maintenance regime (including weekly cleanings) as well as the upgrades we make to the property at the time we take over its management (e.g., the installation of flat screen televisions in each room and the replacement of worn furnishings), properties are usually in even better condition at the end of the 3-year agreement than at the outset.

When the history of London property gets written, we’d definitely like to be seen as the visionaries of shared accommodation, the first to really “get it right.”