Western Properties are the only specialist residential letting agent and property management agency operating in Omagh and throughout County Tyrone.
We aim to provide tenants with the widest selection of property for rent across County Tyrone from Omagh to Strabane and Dungannon and everywhere in between.
We strive to provide a courteous and professional service to all our customers at all times and we believe that it is our personal touch that separates us from our competitors.
We have hundreds of rented properties across County Tyrone. We offer the widest range of properties from detached family homes to town centre apartments across the widest geographical area of any agency in County Tyrone.
We have rented properties in Strabane, Castlederg, Newtwonstewart, Omagh, Drumquin, Dromore, Trillick, Fintona, Sixmilecross, Beragh, Carrickmore, Ballygawley, Pomeroy, Augher, Clogher, Fivemiletown, Plumbridge and Mountfield.
We aim to offer a courteous, friendly and professional service throughout the letting process from finding just the right property, through to clearly explaining your rights and obligations as a tenant.
Over 50% of our viewings happen outside traditional 9-5 hours - that's because the best tenants often work long hours. We facilitate evening viewings most weekdays so that tenants can view properties at their convenience.
Allows tenants to report an urgent repair outside normal office hours.
Your deposit is held safely in a designated client deposit account and returned directly to your nominated bank account and the end of the tenancy.
The first thing that any prospective tenant needs to do is draw up a check list of what you require from your home. Things to consider include; location, number of bedrooms and bathrooms you will need, a furnished or unfurnished property, do you want a garage and a garden? Often tenants are now looking for homes that are fully managed by an agent such as Western Properties rather than individual landlords.
Fully managed properties give tenants the peace of mind that someone is on hand 24 hours a day 365 days a year should something go wrong. Once you decide on what you require check our website for available properties. We update our website daily. Alternatively feel free to call us at any time to discuss your specific requirements.
Once you have identified the property that you feel is right for you, you will need to fill in our application form which is available below. When the application form has been filled out you then need to return it to ourselves along with the required information and references.
If the application is for a shared tenancy then each individual applicant will need to fill a separate form. If you are currently unemployed you will need to fill out the guarantor form which is available below. The more information you can supply then the better it will be for your application.Application Form Guarantor Form
You are required to provide the following information (where applicable)
Once you have all the relevant information you should sign and return the application to Western Properties. At this stage, we will begin to process the application. In doing so, we will confirm that all references are genuine by contacting them, preferably by phone (ask referees to include contact details).
There may be more than one application for each property. Once the references have been confirmed, the agent will contact the landlord of the property and discuss each application with them. It is then up to the landlord which application they are willing to proceed with.
Before the tenancy begins you will have to pay one months rent and a secuirty deposit. The security deposit is normally equivalent to one months rent unless stated otherwise.
Your security deposit is held for the duration of your tenancy agreement. The deposit will be returned to you in full if the landlord/agent is satisfied that the tenant has complied with all their obligation as outlined in the tenancy agreement and that no damage has been caused to either the premises or its contents. In the event that any such damage is incurred, the landlord will be entitled to deduct from the deposit any monies required to make good the damage.
No. The landlord and his agents must obtain prior consent from the tenant before entering the property. With this consent, they can enter at all reasonable hours for the purpose of viewing the condition of the property.
Normally all our tenancies are for a period of 12 months. Longer or shorter tenancies will only be agreed at the discretion of the landlord. During the initial term of the tenancy neither you or the landlord can end the tenancy unless there has been a breach of the terms of the contract.
Yes. The rental figures you see advertised for our properties are inclusive of rates. Other charges such as electricity, gas and telephone etc are not included.
After you move into your new home it is your responsibility to contact the relevant utility companies to get the services changed over onto your name. Please note that it is of the utmost importance that this is done within the first two days of your tenancy otherwise your supply will be switched off.
No. It is your responsibility to insure your personal contents. Western Properties can provide details of local insurance companies that will provide a quote for contents insurance.
Rent is paid in advance by standing order on an agreed date.