Slater Hogg and Howison is a member of ARLA (Association of Residential Letting Agents) which is the recognised self-regulating body for the industry. Membership of ARLA by your chosen agent may be a requirement of you bank or other lender when granting permission to let your property. Slater Hogg staff are trained to ARLA minimum standards. Whether you have a single property or a portfolio of properties with complicated management requirements our lettings team will assist you through the maze. When you decide to let a property there are many things to consider including the amount of rent you should expect, which type of tenancy to create, furniture and furnishings, your obligations to lender, tax implications & gas safety legislation to name but a few. Slater Hogg & Howison offers varying levels of service to meet your individual needs whether you are a private landlord, an investment landlord or a corporate property company.