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If you have a vacant property and are thinking of letting call Wheeler Auctioneers today.

We will schedule a visit to the property and carry out a free valuation and discuss the current rental market and outline the best approach for your property.

Our Letting service

Wheeler Auctioneers provide a let only service for rentals. What we do:

  • Source Tenants and carry out necessary checks.

  • Preparation of Lease agreement in accordance with current Residential Tenancies Act.

  • Register Tenancy with RTB

  • Organize Utility Transfer

  • Collect Deposit

  • Collect First Month’s Rent

  • Organize rent payment directly to Landlord.

If you require Wheeler Auctioneers to manage a rental this can be discussed during initial consultation


Tenants Guide to Renting


Wheeler Auctioneers will require the following information if you wish to rent a property.

  • References from previous landlords
  • Your PPS No., Date of Birthday, Mobile Number & Email
  • Bank details - bank name, Bic & IBAN number.
  • Details of your employment, including your employer, salary,
  • Proof of social benefits if looking to apply for the HAP or RAS scheme, etc.
  • A guarantor may also be required.
  • A guarantor will be contractually liable, both financially and legally, should you fail to pay the rent during your tenancy or in the event of damage to the property.

To secure a property a deposit will be required (generally one month’s rent).

The deposit is held for any damages occurring against the cost of replacing or repairing property damaged by you. Your full or part deposit will be returned to you at the end of the tenancy once the property is returned in the same condition when you moved in (except for normal wear and tear)

The tenancy agreement is a legally binding contract between you and the landlord. It specifies certain rights to both you and the landlord. The tenant must ensure that they read and understand the contract. Anything you do not understand will be explained by the letting agent.

The agreement will contain the following information: -

  • Your name, your landlord’s name and the address of the property which is being let.
  • Commencement date of tenancy
  • Duration of the tenancy
  • What date rent is due
  • The inventory which is a list of every item contained within the property.
  • The responsibilities of both the tenant and landlord are outlined in your tenancy agreement, although some conditions may vary between properties and landlords.

When the lease is signed, deposit + first month’s rent is paid, you will then be given the keys.

If you decide to move out, the correct notice must be given, and the property should be in the same condition as when you got it. The property along with inventory will be checked over by the agent on the day you vacate the property. Any items missing or damaged must be replaced by you or the cost for same will be deducted from your deposit. Once the rent is paid in full and all costs counted for (if applicable), then your deposit will then be returned.

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