The Lettsgetsmart Process


1. Introductory call and meeting

  • Upon receiving your enquiry one of our dedicated property managers will arrange a call

  • We will discuss your property availability and any particular requests that you may have

  • Your property manager will then follow-up with a rental quote for you

  • We will then arrange to meet you in person to prepare the marketing materials for your property


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2. PROPERTY VISIT & BROCHURE PREPARATION

  • Your property manager will come to meet you at your home

  • Photos and specific property details will be taken for marketing purposes

  • Any further questions that you have can be answered at this point


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3. LISTING & OPTIMISING RENTAL YIELDS

  • You will let us know what dates the property is available to let

  • Your property manager will list your property on chosen platforms

  • Rental income will be optimised through real-time market updates and adjustments

  • Guest(s) will be carefully vetted by your property manager using lettsgetsmart's internal policies as well as any special requests that you may have


4. RESPONSIBLE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

  • Your property manager will meet the guest(s) in person to outline the standard protocols and any special instructions
  • You and the guest(s) are welcome to contact the property manager at any time during the stay
  • At the end of the stay the property will be checked and cleaned thoroughly and the linen will be replaced in preparation for you or the next guest(s)

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5. RATINGS REVIEW

  • We will collect a review from you and the guest at the end of every stay
  • Ratings used to assess performance and areas that can be improved
  • Ratings collated so that we can further augment our guest suitability policies

6. PAYMENT

  • You will receive the rental payment directly at the end of each stay and then pay lettsgetsmart's fee from this
  • The cleaning costs are paid by the guest at the end of their stay
  • You are insured by the platforms that we use to rent the property through for the unlikely circu mstance that your property has suffered any damage

EXAMPLE ECONOMICS


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