DASL is an experienced and reliable Dublin Letting Agent. DASL has built a reputation over the last 2 decades as the top choice agent for landlords. We are professional, friendly, knowledgeable, and we listen to our landlord’s requirements. DASL will help you get the best tenants and advise how to maximise the rental return of your property under the guidance of the RTB. We also look after the daily practicalities of letting as per our guide below:



Rental assessments are free of charge and without obligation. We can arrange a visit to your property, at a time convenient for you, to discuss the achievable rent. The primary factors that may affect the rent achievable are the condition of the property, its suitability, its location, whether it is to be let furnished or unfurnished, market conditions and the time of year.

Note: All rental assessment is subjected and regulated by the RTB.


We aim to let your property quickly and seamlessly to the right tenant at the right price. Marketing includes property details and listing on our website and

Tenant Selection

Application forms ask for details like employment status and rental history. Good property managers will check all references and use their experience to identify good and bad tenants. Only once satisfactory references have been received will the tenancy be allowed to commence.

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Property Management

Property Management

Maintaining your property requires good management. Most landlords don’t wish to deal with day to day issues with their rental property, DASL provides a very professional management service to include all queries from tenants, property inspections, appliance break down, leaks & refurbishments. We have a team of reliable contractors who react quickly to address any issues. We also look after the collection of rent, so you don’t have to worry. Rental Appraisal Where our property manager estimates the rental value of a property considering both the property and the current market. Management Authority A legal document, Letter of Engagement that allows DASL Residential Lettings to manage on behalf of a landlord. Rental Advertising Any combination of property marketing methods to attract a prospective tenant to your rental property. The internet accounts for most tenant leads. Open for inspections When vacant, a rental property will be opened for viewing by prospective tenants. These viewings can be at set times or private times. Both approaches are required to minimise vacancy! Tenant Selection Application forms ask for details like employment status and rental history. Good property managers will check all references and use their experience to identify good and bad tenants. Lease Agreement The legal document specifying the lease duration and terms between the landlord and tenant. This agreement is not affected if you change Letting Agency. Routine Inspections The property is inspected by the property manager periodically every 6 months. Final Inspection When the tenant moves out, the property is inspected and its condition is compared to the initial inventory. The property should be returned in its original state minus ‘normal wear and tear’. Rent Collection The process of collecting rent, informing the landlord of payment and recovering any late rent. Rent Review During or towards the end of a lease agreement the property manager should review the rent and see if it can be increased by 4% under the guidance of the RTB. Part 4 Lease Agreement On expiration of the Fixed Term the tenancy may continue after the term as a part 4 Lease Agreement by mutual agreement of the tenant and the landlord. Maintenance A landlord must expect that maintenance issues will arise. The tenant will put in a tenant maintenance request or the property manager will identify a maintenance need during vacancy or inspections. Landlords must keep their property safe and liveable.

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