We’ll manage your student property – you’ll see the benefits

The student rental market has changed significantly in recent years in terms of standard & quality of the accommodation, rental prices and service & responsiveness demands from tenants.

We get a number of applicants that specifically enquire whether properties are managed by Student Haus of fear of an absent landlord.

Additionally, we found over the years that the managed student properties overall tend to stay in a better condition. Many Let Only landlords are busy with their own daily lives and tasks and managing their student property investment can be a hassle-some side job.

As a student letting agent we only deal with student accommodation – all day, every day, it’s what we do for a living. All our systems and procedures are set up to suit the student letting & management market, ensuring we i.e. don’t miss things out during inventories, maintenance does not go unreported, regular inspections are carried out, etc. This benefits the property

Landlords don’t need to fear that they will be cut off from their investments as Student Haus will keep them updated throughout the tenancy – it is up to the individual landlord to decide how involved or hands-free they want to be with their investment.  



Fully Managed

Initial Free Property Valuation

Organisation of marketing material

Student targeted Marketing

Accompanied Viewings by a Student Haus representative

Securing a let with one month’s rent & deposit

Collection & administration of the deposit

Administration of Tenancy Documents

Comprehensive Move in & Move out Inventory

24/7/365 Emergency Maintenance Online Maintenance Reporting & Self-help desk

Maintenance & repair administration

Organisation of Safety Checks

Rent collection & Arrears administration


If you own a student property in Bolton, Salford or Manchester and would like to discuss how we can manage your property, simply fill out one of our contact forms and a member of the team will get in touch shortly.







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