When things go wrong London Landlords turn to us- here's why

Our 'new landlord' demographic is dominated by two groups- referrals (around 70%) and those that have had a bad experience with another agent, tenant or both (around 20%). I will talk about referrals in another blog but today I want to talk about the mistreated. Here's why...


The Tenant Fees Ban and what it means for our London Landlords

For Landlords that follow property news (and even those that don't) you couldn't have helped but hear that the government has announced that they will be banning the fees letting agents charge to Tenants . Frustratingly, but not uncommon, the government are being incredibly vague...


London Landlords- to furnish or not to furnish that is the question

Whilst the debate over this question may not haunt you like a Shakespearean ghost, it is a tough and important question for almost any London Landlord. Here are some key things to consider: Target Tenant Probably the most important thing to understand here is who your 'target...


Five things every first time Landlord should know

So, whether planned or accidental, you find yourself about to become a Landlord. What you imagine will, by and large, be predicated by your experiences garnered as a Tenant. Maybe you recently rented or still are a Tenant- in which case the memories are quite fresh but, more than...


The amazing value of the modern letting agent

Hop back just over 10 years ago to the rental sector and you realise just how much our indutry has changed in this period. For an industry renowned for being old-fasioned and slow to evolve, the transformation over the last decade or so has been really quite epic. A lot of this...


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