Let Us Take Charge: TK International

Tk International

Let Us Take Charge: TK International

Now entering its 25th year in business, TK International has built a strong reputation for its residential lettings and the management service it offers in addition to this

Words by Joe Storer

Joe Storer TK International Joe Storer, TK International

Working alongside the lettings team, I head up TK International’s management department. Many domestic and non-resident landlords, looking to optimise the potential that their property holds, are opting for our fully managed service. We oversee the property in a complete capacity, and cater for both long and short term lets, giving our clients total peace of mind. We also offer a rent collection service which allows us to collect the rent from the tenant, without overseeing the tenancy whilst it is ongoing.

The government continuously introduces new legislation for landlords, so it is vital to be fully compliant with the latest requirements; our department always has a finger on the pulse where this is concerned, enabling us to implement changes immediately. Because of this, we’re seeing more and more landlords upgrading to our fully managed service.

We provide a top tier, completely hands-on approach. Attention to detail is key, and we offer a number of added services, such as an Out of Hours team, an end of tenancy checklist for tenants, and full integration of checks for landlords. The rule that we adopt is that every landlord should have full peace of mind with every department at TK International, and within that we strive to ensure that the management department provides truly standout service. We’ve had an extremely busy start to the year. As with all departments within the residential real estate industry, the current problem is lack of stock versus surprisingly high demand. When there are fluctuations in the mortgage market, buyers are understandably cautious about making long term financial commitments, and they often decide to wait out the uncertainty while renting. This adds extra pressure on landlords to make sure that their properties are in the best condition to attract and retain tenants. We see this being the case throughout 2023. Current hotspots continue to be NW3, NW8, W1, W5 and SW3.