LANDLORDS looking to evict tenants in instances of disputes and severe payment arrears can now take advantage of a new “No Win, No Fee” tenant eviction service from Landlord Assist.
The new service, believed to be the only one of its kind in the industry, will enable landlords to gain repossession of their properties without having to pay large upfront fees.
With the demand for rented properties driving rents to record levels and living costs also rising, more and more tenants are being pushed into arrears and payment difficulties.
By using the No Win, No Fee eviction service from Landlord Assist, landlords will be able to quickly regain repossession of their properties and capitalise on the overwhelming demand for rented accommodation by re-letting at the earliest opportunity.
Graham Kinnear, Managing Director at Landlord Assist said: “We are often asked by potential clients what our success rate is in tenant eviction and we have always been proud to tell them that we have a 100 percent success record.
“We understand that this track record is quite unbelievable so to avoid any doubt in peoples’ minds we decided to offer a No Win, No Fee solution.”
Stephen Parry, Commercial Director at Landlord Assist said: “When landlords look to remove their tenants they are often met with large fees. We understand that in the current economic climate this can be a huge stumbling block to many so we decided to introduce a risk free option.
“The system is pretty straightforward in that when instructed to undertake a tenant eviction the client will only be billed once we have a possession order.
“In the unlikely scenario that we fail to gain a possession order, then the client will owe us nothing. It’s as simple as that!”
Landlord Assist’s specialist eviction team are experienced in the industry and knowledgeable about the legal process surrounding tenant evictions.
Landlord Assist provides no obligation advice and assistance to landlords and letting agents on all landlord and tenant matters. They can be contacted on 08707 662288 or via their website www.landlordassist.co.uk.