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As a multi-award winning estate and letting agency, winners of many accolades, your journey as a landlord is in very safe hands.

Directors Steven Herd and Andrew Griffith have, between them, managed thousands of tenancies for all types of landlords, from inexperienced accidental landlords to wealth offices and everything in between. Their passion for client care, solid honest investment advice and a practical approach to daily property management, where they use cutting-edge technology to actively reduce landlord costs, have made them renowned and highly regarded in the industry.

Take a look through our lettings guide, which provides you with a step-by-step lettings itinerary; give us a call so we can discuss your journey in more detail, or drop into our office for a coffee and a chat. Rest assured that, throughout the process, we will be personable, professional and transparent.

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Being a landlord is rewarding, but it comes with its own set of challenges and responsibilities. Over the years, we’ve seen and helped solve most of the mistakes landlords can make. To help you navigate this complex terrain, here are the five most common mistakes we’ve encountered and how to

Renters Reform Bill: An Update for London Landlords

After years in the making, it looks like the Renters Reform Bill – the biggest shake-up of the private rental sector in decades – will become a reality in 2024. So, how much do you know about this wide-reaching set of proposals, and are you ready for them? Be prepared

The Telltale Signs Your London Property Is Being Illegally Sublet

Did you know that one in ten tenants admit to illegally subletting their rental property*? The practice is even more common among young people; in a recent survey, 25% of tenants aged 18 to 24 confessed to secretly subletting all or part of their rental. So why should landlords be

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