Landlord Information – Services in Hove

Finding a reliable company to let and look after your property isn’t always easy.  However, your search is now over.  In our opinion (and experience), we have the solution. Here at Lawton & Dawe Properties, we offer a full range of property management services to landlords with properties to rent out in Hove and Brighton.

As letting agents in Hove, our aim is to find the ideal tenants for you.  Basically, this means people who pay their rent on time and who’ll look after your property well.   Above all, we can find committed, professional individuals or families seeking a home, rather than just “somewhere to rent in Hove” for a couple of months.

Truly, it’s as simple as that.

Are you a landlord?  Or, would you like to be?

You may own a small apartment that you’d like to rent for some extra income.  Maybe, you’re a first-time landlord.  On the other hand, perhaps property is your business – you own an extensive portfolio within Hove or Brighton.

Here at Lawton and Dawe Properties, we work with landlords every single day of the working week.  So, we’d like to think we know what you need.  Which is? A hassle-free, efficient service to free up time and help grow your income

If you’re new, don’t worry.  It goes without saying that we’ll take you through all your obligations before you commit.

The Lawton & Dawe Properties Promise

Firstly, we’ll rent your property to the right people.

Then, we’ll look after your tenants.

Full Property Management Services

You’re a busy landlord.  Here’s how we can help you:












Of course, if you’d like us to start the whole process again for you, and find your next new tenants, it will be Lawton and Dawe’s great pleasure to do so.

Specifically, with our comprehensive range of services, we can save you a great deal of time and hassle.  Furthermore, a member of our team will email you your accounts monthly.  Neat figures for the tax man! We’re here to make your life easier.

Don’t be confused by all the landlord information out there. On the contrary, there’s no need.

Contact us to find out more or have a look at our Landlord Guidelines page for more information.