Our fees are very competitive   - LET ONLY starts from £125.00

Management  starts from 6 % 

Fully managed starts from £99.00 

Landlord Licensing

Rent Smart Wales, is  the name for the registration and licensing requirements under Part 1 of the Housing (Wales) Act 2014 has now been launched.

From 23rd November 2015, Landlords and Agents will be able to register their properties and apply for licenses through the Rent Smart Wales website. There will then be a window of 12 months for all Landlords and Agents with property let in Wales to comply with the legislation before action will be taken.

  Rent Smart Wales is to improve the image of the private rented sector, improve the practices of landlords and agents and help to tackle the bad practice in the industry.

It is intended that the legislation will result in:

▪ Improved standards of letting and management practice in the private rented sector
▪ More information on landlords available for tenant verification and for local authorities to assist with strategic intervention and dissemination of information
▪ Raised awareness by landlords and agents of their respective rights and responsibilities and in turn
▪ Raised awareness by tenants of their respective rights and responsibilities


So Who Does It Affect?

Every Landlord and Letting/Estate Agent who lets out a residential property in Wales is affected by this legislation. It will be a legal requirement for all Landlords to be registered and those who manage their own properties and Agents who manage on behalf of Landlords need to be licensed. There will be a lead in time of 12 months before any action will be taken against Landlords and Agents who do not comply.


Do I Need A Licence?

Landlords who manage their own properties, (even if they let to a family member or friend) or have any type of interest in managing the property (such as arranging repairs) will need a licence.


What If I Have A Managed Service?

You will still need to register your details and your property on the rent smart wales site. Plush Lettings and their have staff have obtain a licensed also are licensed  to look after your properties .


How Do I Get A Licence?

The 'Rent Smart Wales' website is the system in which Landlords and Agents will be able to upload their information to be registered and licensed.

The new website is informative and easy to use and from the 23rd November it will be ready for Landlords to register their properties and apply for a licence. In order to get a licence you will need to ensure you:

▪ Improved standards of letting and management practice in the private rented sector
▪ Undertake a day’s training course
▪ Register each property you rent in Wales
▪ Register your own details
▪ Pay a registration fee of £33.50 and if applicable a licence fee of £144.00

Once licences have been obtained they should be valid for 5 years.

To register yourself as a landlord, please visit the Rent Smart Wales 



 Let Only Service

Our Specialist Letting Only service has been designed for the more experienced Landlord who has a very good understanding of current legislation and who is available 24/7 to deal with every eventuality during the tenancy.

We will set you up with all you need to have a successful tenancy please seethe list below .

  1. Consultation of your property, presentation, market conditions and current legislation
  2. Create an online marketing brochure with professional photographs
  3. Online advertising with on the market & Zoopla
  4. Additional advertising: , social media and email marketing
  5. Qualify enquiries against landlord requirements prior to viewing
  6. Arrange and accompany viewings evenings and weekends
  7. Weekly feedback and statistics about your property’s online performance
  8. Negotiation of the terms of the tenancy

10. Detailed referencing of the applicants & guarantors, with credit & fraud checks

11. Ensuring the property is legally compliant for let with the relevant certificates

12. Arranging an Inventory and photographs

13. Preparation of an Assured Shorthold Tenancy agreement

14. Preparation of deposit prescribed information

15. give tenants landlords details sot hey cab set up a standing order. 



  1. A free rental valaution 
  2. Monthly rent collection & statement of account sent to you via email or post 
  3. End of year statement of account (on request)
  4. Primary contact for tenants to report maintenance issues
  5. Conduct quarterly property visits & provide report along with photgraphs  to  the landlord
  6. Obtaining quotes & coordinating maintenance by qualified & insured contractors
  7. Administration of invoices relating to the property from rent received
  8. Serving of Section 21 & Section 13 legal notices
  9. Preparation & execution of renewal of tenancy

10. Provide the tenant with a comprehensive end of tenancy letter

11. End of tenancy management, negotiating deductions from deposit if required

12. Notification of tenancy end to utilities & council tax

13. Preparation of evidence for dispute resolution or court hearings

14. Re-advertisement property


Our fees are very competative. 



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