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The pre court action letter will show your tenants how serious you are about collecting the rent. It can also be used as a warning against damage to property, complaints from neighbours, late payments and any other serious concerns you have.
Here is a list of debt recover services available:
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Please note, I try my best to keep the information up-to-date, but you should read the T&C’s from the service provider’s website for the most up-to-date information.
If you decide to use a rent recovery service, it’s important to fully understand the terms and conditions of their service! Get a clear idea of their fees, and ensure it’s written in writing.
Many debt/rent recovery services offer a ‘No win, no fee’ service, so if you decide to use one of them, get a clear definition of what a ‘win’ means. Generally speaking, if they achieve a ‘win’ it will cost more than if you were to use an ‘pay upfront’ service (that also achieves a ‘win’), so that’s something to bear in mind.