Property Lettings & Full Management Service


Employing a professional property letting agent to not only let but also manage your property can save you a lot of time, effort and stress. Managing a residential investment property demands considerable time in terms of arranging tenant move in / move out, carrying out property inspections, dealing with telephone calls from tenants, collecting rent, and organising repairs and maintenance. Many of our clients simply cannot afford the time required to organise and supervise matters that can be efficiently done by a professional property manager.

The property rental business has become very complex over the last number of years, and modern day landlords must ensure full compliance with an abundance of rules and regulations, especially since the introduction of the Residential Tenancies Act 2004.

We provide a full management service for the landlord. For the tenant, we will assist with property viewings, preparation of leases, transfer of utility bills, as well as resolving any problems, which may arise. We pride ourselves on trouble free tenancies for both the landlord and the tenant.


Kiersey Walker & Associates are property management specialists who offer a professional management service to all commercial and residential property owners. Our management services includes:
  • Inspect your property whereby a full appraisal will be carried out to determine the achievable rent together with any recommendations to increase the marketability of the property.
  • Market your property on our own website and on MyHome.ie, Daft.ie, Irish Property News.ie, ipav.ie (Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers), Globrix.ie, Rent.ie, Property.ie, eBay.ie, Eircom.net, TV3, MyHome.mobi and on many affiliate website including: Irishtimes.com, IrishExaminer.com, ThePost.ie, Ireland.com, breakingnews.ie, RTE.ie.
  • Advising on safety compliance
  • Finding suitable prospective Tenants
  • Accompanying prospective Tenants to view the property
  • Processing the Tenancy Application, including taking references
  • Compiling the Tenancy Agreement and obtaining the Tenant's signature before the Tenancy begins
  • Collecting a deposit from the Tenant as a bond
  • Preparing an Inventory
  • Collecting rental payments in advance and paying you
  • Inspecting your property (if required)
  • Liasing with you, the Tenant and any tradesmen over repairs and maintenance
  • Carrying out a final inspection just before the end of the Tenancy
  • Deducting an appropriate sum from the deposit for any dilapidations
  • Notifying the utility companies of final meter readings
  • Finding replacement Tenants to ensure continuity of occupation and rental income