No chains in our contract!

Property rental and sales advertising with none of the normal agency ties

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Unlike other companies offering this kind of service, such as your local letting agency or certain other websites, we do NOT tie you in for any time period, or force further costs or service obligations. You simply advertise your property with us and we put interested enquirers in touch with you. What happens after that is entirely up to you. You choose who to view with, who to accept as your tenant, and how much to charge them. If you want us to then we can help you with these decisions by providing supplementary services such as credit checks and references, but use of these extra services is entirely at your discretion.

Outside of tenant finding we can help you meet your other landlord obligations such as annual gas safety inspections and EPCs (Energy Performance Certificates), as well as things that are not legal requirements but which are very sensible in today's legal climate, such as electrical safety tests and fire safety precautions.

If you have any questions at all about anything we do please feel free to contact us, we are always on hand to help.

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