Letting your property

Whether you are an experienced landlord or just starting out, Darlows has extensive local knowledge to let your property quickly and ensure you secure the best rental income.

We offer three levels of service – Let Only, Rent Collection and Full Management, giving you peace of mind, every step of the way.

We have lots of advice hints and tips to assist you whether you are becoming a landlord for the first time or have a portfolio of properties you let.  Read our guides below or contact you local Darlow's letting agents in South Wales - we will be glad to help you.  

Safety for Landlords


Now you have decided to put your property on the rental market here are some of the next steps so we can let your property safely.

Safety for Landlords

Darlows' Letting Process


Thinking of letting your property in South Wales? Not sure where to start? What is involved in letting your property? Read Darlows' Letting Process to help get you started!

Letting a property

Choosing a letting agent


Thinking of letting your property in South Wales? With so many letting agents on the high streets and online, it can be difficult to know which one will work the best for you. Read our guide to assist you in select the best letting agent for you.

Choosing the right letting agents

Why let with Darlows?


There are many reasons to choose Darlows letting agents - to find out what we can offer, contact one of our branches or reading our guide for a small overview.

What Darlows can achieve for you

Top tips for landlords


We have put together some guidelines to help you know what to look for when investing in a buy-to-let property, what to bear in mind and who to aim your property at.

Read our landlord checklist

Prepare for viewings


There is a lot to think about when selling your property. Is yours on the market yet? Are you ready for viewings to take place? Not sure? Read our 'Preparing for viewings' guide.

What to do

Darlows' jargon buster


Feeling daunted by all that estate agency jargon? Confused with the difference between 'freehold' and 'leasehold'? Use our easy guide to help you along the way with those confusing terms.

Read our jargon buster