Tenant arrears are more and more common these days. Recovering rent arrears has never been more important and, whether small or large landlords, the rent loss can drive landlords into significant financial discomfort.
TDRA specialises in debt collection for landlords, with a simple, effective and transparent process.
We collect your tenant arrears while you are in the driving seat, selecting the level of service you need and nothing more. Our online forms take you through the step by step process of selecting what you need – you never pay more than you want and our prices are all-inclusive.
Do you have any tenant debt you need help with? | Do you need to repossess your property? | Pick a service and we will get straight onto it!
When a tenant is not paying rent, the first step in the rent recovery is working with the tenant to put a payment plan in place. We recommend this as first step in the rent collection as, based on our experience the success rate is over 60%.£65.00
If the rent debt recovery process of setting up a payment plan has failed, we recommend you use our rent arrears letters service. Our expert solicitors will send unequivocal letters asking tenant to pay the rent arrears at once… or else.£65.00
If you tried the 2 steps before, you can ask for property repossession. Our legal experts are going to serve the required notices, based on the information you provided. We recommend that we serve not only Section 8 but also Section 21.£125.00
We may be able to help you even if you served the notices yourself. If notices have been issued correctly, we can issue court proceeding for property repossessions. Fees are all-inclusive, so court fees are also in – no other charges or costs!£775.00
Recovery of rent arrears, upon repossession. We use High Court enforcement officers to maximise your chances for recovering your rent arrears. Our fees cover all costs, including court fees. If there is a way to recover your rent, we do it!£300.00
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