RENTAL & LEASING

With thousands of properties for rent across the Malaysia, and a nationwide reputation for providing excellent customer service, it is no surprise that we are the first port of call for many local, national and international tenants.

We guarantee to treat all of our tenants fairly by providing a transparent, efficient and professional service during the search process and throughout the tenancy.

What’s more, we place great importance on building a lasting relationship with you, and work hard to understand your future needs. So when the time comes to take the next step of your property journey – be this renting or letting again– we’ll be ready to help.

If you have already worked out your budget, and know exactly which type of property you are looking for, then use the search bar above to browse the properties for rent in your area. If you would like more guidance on the renting process, follow our step by step guide below.

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USEFUL INFORMATION FOR CLIENTS

Call the Office at +603 5883 6314 OR Hotline +6 019 231 5833, Email rea@srproperty.com, contact us via HELLO S.R. Property.

Cost for renting differs according to the agreed monthly rental between Landlords and Tenant. However, if you are ready to move in, you are required to lodge the  security deposit normally 2 or 3 months from the monthly rental as agreed by the Landlord and 1 month of advance rental deposit as well as 1/2 month from monthly rental as security for utilities deposit. All security deposits are refundable by the Landlords upon expiry of the tenancy subject to the final inspection by our firm before revision.

Tenants / Landlords are advisable to appoint the solicitor for preparing the tenancy agreement,each parties shall bear his own cost for legal fees.

You may contact our firm for further consultancy regarding the Tenancy Management at HELLO S.R. Property.

If you are planning to let your property, Kindly contact Our Partners for further discussion.

We strictly observed and promugulate our scale fees as per the Seventh Schedule (Rule 48), Board of Valuers, Appraisers, Estate Agents and Property Managers Act 1981.

Please click on the following link for full Professional Fees. https://lppeh.gov.my/WP2016/fees/ 

Tenancy agreement is a legally binding contract between yourself and the landlord. The Tenancy agreement will be prepared for by the appointed solicitors and to be signed and stamped as soon as successful referencing has taken place on each tenant.

It is extremely important that you fully read your tenancy agreement, and should you have any questions relating to it, that you ask for clarification or seek independent advice before signing it. A copy of the tenancy will be issued to you for your records. 

Generally properties are rented for a period of 1 to 3 years, but the tenancy can be renewed after the initial period if both the landlord and tenant are happy to do so.

The tenancy agreement must be signed by all Tenants prior to occupation

Once the tenancy has commenced you have security of tenure for the fixed period, providing you are not in breach of the terms of the tenancy agreement. At the expiry of a fixed term tenancy the landlord can take possession of his property (in the case of Tenant default notice must first be served) unless it is agreed to extend or renew the tenancy. In the case of a Company Let the Tenancy Agreement must be signed by an authorised signatory of the company. We will require conformation of the signatory’s position within the company and of their authority to sign the tenancy agreement.

In the case of property to let is fully furnished or partly furnished.

An inventory is prepared as an ‘as seen’ snapshot of the property and its contents as the time of inspection and is compiled as a fair, impartial and accurate record of the property’s internal condition and its contents. It is independently compiled to provide a report which both protects the property (for the Landlord) and the deposit (for the Tenant). The inventory will be provided to the tenant either in paper form or by email and tenants will have 7 days to submit any discrepancies to the inventory along with photographic evidence as such. Emails will suffice as reporting. The inventory will then be used as a comparison on check out.

Deposits cover damage to the property or furniture, breakages, removal of landlord’s belongings, replacing missing items, rent arrears and any administration charges as associated with breaches to the tenancy agreement. It will also cover any cleaning costs required at the end of the tenancy if the property is not handed back in the same condition it was handed over – excepting acceptable wear and tear. Check out guidance notes will be provided to tenants and a check out appointment made where the in-going inventory will be used in conjunction with the check-out report to assess if there are any allowable deductions from deposit. If not the deposit is returned in full and tenants will receive an email from the our firm or Landlords with instruction on how to release their deposits. Where deductions are being claimed report and costs are sent to both landlord and tenants; if they both agree then deposit release is applied on that basis.

Email rea@srproperty.com.my or call the office on 03 5889 6314.

If an emergency occurs out of hours text S.R. Tenants Emergency Response .  and you will be provided with the contact number for the contractor on call. Please note that this is for genuine emergencies only and all routine repairs/maintenance should be reported next day as normal.

Please contact the office immediately at 03 5889 6314. We have a far better chance of liaising with the landlord on your behalf, and requesting a payment plan to prevent you falling into arrears which may affect your tenancy, the sooner you talk to us the better.

Please contact HELLO S.R. Property. We are more than happy to help you.

*This guide is not intended to be a substitute for other professional or legal advice.