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  • How Guaranteed Rent works for Landlords | Northwood UK Letting Agents
    Investors guide Jargon buster Investor properties BTL Stamp Duty Calculator Our Offices About Us Careers Charitable Foundation Complaint handling procedure Company details Awards About us How it works Find out about Northwood s Guaranteed Rent in 90 seconds We understand letting a property is an unpredictable and demanding process There are many uncertainties that can radically affect your actual rental income so you might end up with much less than you envisaged This is a common shock particularly for new landlords who imagine that at the end of the year they ll have 12 times the monthly rental in their pockets Sadly this is rarely the case That is why we have developed our Guaranteed Rent scheme below are a few key points on how it works We effectively become your tenant Many landlords prefer tenants who are professionals The good news with the guaranteed rent service is that we become your professional tenants You will only ever deal with us as the contract is between us and you the landlord A fixed start date No matter how long it takes us to find the right tenant once the contract is signed and we have the keys to the property we promise to start paying you the rent on or before a set date So what s the catch There isn t one Many people ask us how we make our money particularly when we charge no set up fees or commission The answer is pretty simple We pay you slightly less than the market rent value that we would hope to achieve for the property when we sub let it but in return take on all the risk and responsibility for managing it Because we are experts in the rental market we are pretty confident that the annual rental

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  • Frequently asked questions about Guaranteed Rent for Landlords | Northwood UK Letting Agents
    How does it work How long is the contract What parts of the country do you cover Why should I trust you What about the internal condition of the property What are the benefits of Guaranteed Rent for landlords Is it for me Is it an insurance policy How does it compare with other Guaranteed Rent offers What do I do next How does it work We effectively become your tenant guaranteeing you a fixed rental income regardless of whether the property is empty or the tenant stops paying We then sub let the property taking great care to select the right kind of tenants If they stop paying leave suddenly or damage the property we take the financial hit rather than you How long is the contract Depending on the office we can offer contract periods from a minimum of 12 months Contracts can be renewed either on a rolling basis or online What parts of the country do you cover We are a network of over 85 local offices throughout the UK and therefore we cover the vast majority of the country For details of your local office please click here Why should I trust you Northwood were the first company to offer genuine Guaranteed Rent in the UK in 1995 and today we have over 20 000 Guaranteed Rent landlords spread over 85 high street offices across the country We are also a founder member of the SAFEagent scheme and all our offices belong to either the National Approved Letting Scheme NALS or the Association of Residential Letting Agents ARLA What about the internal condition of the property When we sub let the property we take the normal deposit from the tenant which is then registered with one of the approved deposit protection services When the tenant checks out the deposit is used to cover the cost of any damages We guarantee to pay you up to 1 5 times the monthly rent subject to fair wear and tear in respect of the condition of the property What are the benefits of Guaranteed Rent for landlords No void periods no rent arrears no commission no set up fees no renewal fees or any other hidden extras No need to deal with the tenants at all We can be flexible with payment dates contract lengths and start dates Is it for me Finding the right letting service for you depends on the level of responsibility and risk you are prepared to take Our Guaranteed Rent service best suits landlords who want the financial stability of knowing what their rental income will be each month with the benefits of the best property management available Is it an insurance policy No Our service provides you with Guaranteed Rent each and every month We do not charge any premiums and we do not have exclusions or clauses that may stop your rent payments If you are tempted by other Guaranteed Rent insurance or landlord insurance policies we encourage you to read

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  • Landlord Testimonials, Guaranteed Rent | Northwood UK Letting Agents
    works Guaranteed Rent FAQs Landlord Testimonials Investors Investors guide Jargon buster Investor properties BTL Stamp Duty Calculator Our Offices About Us Careers Charitable Foundation Complaint handling procedure Company details Awards About us What our Guaranteed Rent landlords say For the vast majority of our landlords using the Guaranteed rent service the ability to avoid all of the hassles and the risks normally involved in letting out a property is a key motivation Click on the below video to find out what motivates some of our past and present Guaranteed rent landlords to use us when letting out their property through Northwood We are proud to say that as a company we recently won four Customer Service AllAgents awards the Tripadvisor of the lettings industry which are based on genuine reviews left by customers Guaranteed Rent Landlord Testimonials in print Excellent service for the last 14 years I never missed a month s rent and they even sold the property for me Thank you Northwood Portsmouth I will certainly use your services again D Waterman Guaranteed Rent Landlord Vendor Portsmouth They did everything From the time I handed over the keys to finally getting them back there was no need for me to be involved other than checking that rent had been paid into my account R Krausse Guaranteed Rent Landlord Extremely professional service at all times Hassle and worry free D Thom Guaranteed Rent Landlord Crawley Northwood are an excellent efficient and professional company We are first time landlords and they have helped us at every stage in the process We have a 3 year contract with them and would recommend them to anyone contemplating renting out property M Fletcher Landlord Worcester I have used Northwood Macclesfield for over 3 years now on the Guaranteed Rent scheme for my three properties For me the best part of the service is not having to worry about rent coming in or empty periods and this has certainly made life as a landlord very easy S Wayley Guaranteed Rent Landlord Macclesfield I have three properties with Northwood Their service is first rate and their guaranteed rent scheme is perfect for landlords who want a no risk approach Andy Guaranteed Rent Landlord Liverpool I have been with Northwood since 2009 as a landlord on the guaranteed rental option and received absolutely outstanding service throughout this period No problems what so ever and I would thoroughly recommend them to anyone who wanted complete piece of mind letting D Oliver Guaranteed Rent Landlord Bolton Northwood have been managing my Wokingham property for over 10 years in which time I have not had any vacant periods without rental income I have always found them to be reliable helpful and provide a very professional service As I live abroad it is very important to have an agent I can rely upon P Thorten Guaranteed Rent Landlord Wokingham When I decided to rent my home I was very concerned about the potential problems that could occur Northwood put my

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  • Property Investment Guide for Landlords | Northwood UK Estate Agents
    crucial as these are important factors for many tenants Check to see if neighbouring properties are looked after as external appearance often reflects the occupants Instead of imagining whether you would like to live in your investment property put yourself in the shoes of your target tenant Who are they and what do they want If they are students it needs to be easy to clean and comfortable but not luxurious If they are young professionals it should be modern and stylish but not overbearing If it is a family they will have plenty of their own belongings and need a blank canvas Don t use off the shelf tenancy agreements from Her Majesty s Stationary Office or law stationers or forget to issue the right notices or fail to have a proper inventory and condition report made before a tenant moves in Leave all documentation to a professional agent Northwood letting services options Many agents offer a number of services for Landlords Northwood offers all these in addition to our Guaranteed Rent service Let Only Tenant Find This is where the agent simply gets paid to introduce a tenant to you for which a commission is payable Typically this can be 12 15 incl VAT plus the administration costs of drafting agreements Once the tenancy has commenced you are on your own and responsible for dealing with any problems such as arrears deposit protection maintenance legal notices etc Management In addition to the services detailed above the agent will look after day to day maintenance issues on your behalf This will include inspections of the property minor repairs service of notices etc Typically this will cost 15 plus VAT of the rent received for the duration of the tenancy Some agents offer insurance policies to Guarantee your income but be beware of excesses and limits Guaranteed Rent This is our speciality We take away all the commissions and costs and pay you the rent every month regardless of whether there is a tenant or not The rent we offer is the rent you receive If things go wrong we even pay the legal costs Yield vs Capital Growth what s the balance The yield of the property tells you the annual return on your investment The gross yield is calculated by looking at the rental income you receive as a percentage of how much the property cost Agents fees and VAT can be significant which is why our Guaranteed Rent scheme is preferred by many landlords If your annual rental income is 20 000 and the property cost you 200 000 your gross yield is 10 This is a basic example and does not take into account all your costs such as mortgage repairs service charges agents fees etc Once you take your costs into account you are left with your net yield Remember many of these costs can be offset against tax so it is worth speaking with an accountant Most agents will quote you a market rent

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  • Property Jargon Buster | Northwood UK Estate Agents
    have been built up borrow money back take payment holidays or pay less in some months Flying Freehold This can occur when first floor accommodation forming part of one freehold is located over ground floor accommodation forming part of another freehold The first floor freeholder does not own the land beneath the property and is then said to own a flying freehold Freehold Legal title that gives you absolute ownership of the land your property is on Full Structural Survey A full structural survey looks at all the main features of the property including walls roof foundations plumbing joinery electrical wiring drains and garden Further Advance An additional loan to your existing mortgage taken after the main mortgage has completed which is also secured against the property G Gas Safety Certificate If you are a landlord letting a property equipped with gas appliances you need to understand and comply with the law relating to gas safety If you let a property you must make sure that pipe work appliances and flues provided for tenants are maintained in a safe condition You need to have a gas safety check every year A Gas Safe registered engineer must carry out the safety check in your properties You must give your tenants a copy of the gas safety record within 28 days of it being carried out or before they move in You are also obliged to show your tenants how they can turn off the gas supply in the event of a gas leak Annual checks As a landlord you are legally responsible for making sure that a Gas Safe registered engineer checks the gas appliances in your rental properties every 12 months and gives you copies of the gas safety records Gas safety records When your Gas Safe registered engineer has checked the gas appliances in your rental property they will give you a gas safety record This record confirms the gas appliances have been checked and are safe You must give your tenant a copy of these gas safety records within 28 days of the checks being done or give a copy of the gas safety record to a new tenant before they move in Remember you must keep a record of each safety check for two years Gazumping When a seller pulls out of a sale after accepting an offer above the asking price Often mistakenly used by people who have made an offer below the asking price and where a higher offer is later accepted If you don t offer the asking price you may lose out Gazundering A tactic whereby the buyer offers less than the agreed price just before exchange of contracts usually at the last minute Ground Rent The annual fee which a leaseholder pays to a freeholder Guarantor A guarantor is someone who promises to pay your mortgage or rent if you can t or won t for any reason This guarantee is legally binding Guaranteed Rent You receive fixed monthly payments regardless of whether the property is let or vacant and even if the tenant stops paying We offer a minimum 12 month contract during which we manage every aspect of the tenancy There are absolutely no fees commissions or hidden extras to pay The key difference between Guaranteed Rent and more traditional services is that it is a contractual agreement between us and you the landlord in which we effectively become your tenant This is NOT to be confused with an insurance policy which may have excesses and limits H Higher Lending Charge This charge is payable usually added on to your loan if you borrow more for example than 90 of the valuation or purchase price of your property HMO House in Multiple Occupation This term covers many categories of housing where a house is occupied by persons who do not form a single household If in doubt you should check with your local authority as in such cases the property will need to be licensed if it falls into this category Home Buyers Report This is an intermediate level survey which is usually offered by the mortgage lender and prepared by their own surveyor The homebuyer s report comments on the structural condition of most parts of the property that are readily accessible but it does not involve in depth investigation or the testing of water drainage or heating systems Home Contents Insurance A policy insuring household contents against theft and damage Home Envirosearch A report on detailed flood subsidence and land contamination history for each UK neighbourhood Holding Deposit A holding deposit is intended to reserve a rental property The landlord agent does this by taking the property off the market though new enquiries should still be recorded If the letting goes through the holding deposit should be credited to the main deposit or to rent If the letting does not go ahead through the fault of the prospective tenant then it s usual for the deposit or part of the deposit to be retained in compensation for lost time this belongs to the landlord In this respect it s important not to take too much as a holding deposit one week s rent is usually about right and should compensate fairly if retained If the letting does not go ahead through the fault of the landlord agent then the deposit should be refunded In all cases there should be a written Holding Deposit Agreement Receipt which makes it very clear what will happen to the deposit in these eventualities and when the deposit should be returned or retained It is important to remember that paying a holding deposit is in no way legally binding on either party I IFA Independent Financial Advisor IDD Initial Disclosure Document This is a document designed to assist you in comparing the services provided and the fees and charges made by lenders and intermediaries Identity checks Letting agent must make checks on both landlords and tenants to ensure they are who they say they are Examples include passport driving licence bank statements and utility bills of a previous address you have lived at for three or more years The money laundering regulations govern these checks Informal Tender Requires competing buyers to submit their best bids by a specific time and date It is not a legally binding contract and the vendor is at liberty to accept a higher offer at any time Estate Agents are legally required to pass on all offers unless instructed not to do so in writing J Joint Several Liability Where there is more than one adult living in the property the tenancy will say they are jointly and severally responsible This means that jointly the tenants are liable for the payment of all rents and all liabilities falling upon the tenants during the tenancy as well as any breach of the Agreement Individually each tenant is responsible for payment of all rent and all liabilities in relation to the tenancy as well as any breach of the agreement until all payments have been made in full Joint Mortgage A mortgage where there is more than one named individual responsible for the contract Joint Sole Agency This is when you employ two agents to sell your property and where both receive a commission irrespective of which one introduces a buyer The agents agree to split the fee upon the sale of the property The agent that sells the property usually gets a higher percentage of the fee The ratio is pre agreed with you and written into the agreement Joint Tenants A form of ownership frequently used by couples which ensures that when one dies the property passes automatically to the other The alternative is Tenancy in Common K Key Facts Illustration KFI This document contains key mortgage information which is designed to help you compare the costs and features of different mortgages from one or more lenders It is designed to make it easy to compare mortgages at a glance L Land Certificate A Land Registry certificate proving ownership of a property Land Registry A government organisation that holds records of all registered properties in England and Wales Land Registry Fee A fee paid to the Land Registry to register your details if you have bought a property or changed mortgage lenders Leasehold To be given ownership of a property but not the land it is built on This normally requires payment of ground rent to the landlord Length of lease varies and diminishes with time but can be renewed or extended see Enfranchisement Licensee An agreement giving the right to occupy accommodation Licenses provide less security than a tenancy agreement Life Assurance Insurance which pays out on the death of the policy holder Policies can run alongside your mortgage and will pay off all or part of the outstanding debt in the event of your death Listed Building A building which is listed as being of special historical or architectural interest which cannot then be demolished or altered without local government consent Local Authority Search A search of the local area to highlight anything that may impact on the property or surrounding area e g planned road building planning permissions etc Loan to Value LTV The amount of mortgage expressed as a percentage of the property value For example if your mortgage amount was 80 000 and your property is valued at 100 000 your loan to value or LTV is 80 M Maintenance Charge or Service Charge The cost of repairing and maintaining external and or internal communal parts of a building which are then charged to the tenant or leaseholder Maisonette Technically a maisonette is an apartment which is on two levels with its own separate access Although generally properties on two levels with or without separate access are sometimes referred to as maisonettes Monthly Interest A method of calculating mortgage interest on a monthly basis Mortgage Deed A legal document relating to the mortgage lender s interest in the property Mortgage Indemnity Guarantee See Higher Lending Charge Mortgage Offer Sum of money that the lender offers to lend you to pay for a property Mortgage Payment Protection Insurance MPPI This is insurance designed to pay your monthly mortgage payment for a limited period usually a year if you are unable to work through illness accident or redundancy Mortgage Term The length of time over which the mortgage is to be repaid Often this is 25 years but it can be shorter or in some cases for longer periods of time Multiple Agency This is when you employ the services of more than one agent The agent that sells the property takes the whole fee The downside is that fees will be higher and sometimes it can make your property look as if its difficult to sell when prospective buyers receive details from several sources Additionally buyers tend to be less confident as they are often concerned another buyer may appear N Negative Equity When the value of the mortgage which is outstanding on the property is more than the market value of the property NHBC National House Building Council A warranty scheme for new properties providing cover against major structural defects for 10 years Non Resident Landlords If you live overseas and are not a UK tax payer you can apply to receive rent without tax being deducted For more information and details on how to apply for the Non Resident Landlords NRL Scheme click HERE O Office Copy Entries If the property has a registered title the vendor s solicitor will need to apply for office copy entries from the Land Registry before a draft contract can be prepared Ombudsman An independent professional body which is set up by law to help settle individual disputes between consumers and firms for example estate agents solicitors and insurance companies There are now three ombudsman schemes Outline Planning Permission This is planning consent which is subject to certain reserved matters such as design appearance and siting of proposed buildings Overseas landlord A landlord who is resident overseas for more than six months in any tax year Overseas landlords must apply for consent for their letting agent to pass on rental income without deducted for tax P Portable Appliance Test PAT A test in the United Kingdom by which electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety The correct term for the whole process is In service Inspection Testing of Electrical Equipment Peppercorn Rent A nominal rent where the landlord does not receive an annual payment in cash When the owner of land or property wishes to grant a lease he must charge a rent as an acknowledgement of the existence of the lease Where the owner does not want to charge any rent but simply wishes to establish the lease exists he can ask for a peppercorn rent each year as a token payment Planning Permission The permission granted by the local planning authority usually the local council for any new building or engineering operations or change of use of a building if it meets the public s interest Premium The amount you pay regularly monthly or annually to an insurer for an insurance policy Private Sale Sale of a property without the use of an estate agent Product Fee There may be a fee involved when you apply for a mortgage This is to reserve the mortgage and to cover administration costs Also known as an arrangement fee R Redemption Figure The amount required to discharge your outstanding mortgage at a fixed point in time This will be the balance of your mortgage plus any early repayment fees or penalties which may apply Remortgage The process of moving your mortgage without moving home You take a new mortgage with a different lender to pay off your old mortgage Rent To Rent Where a person rents a property and then sub lets to others for a profit Contractual arrangements may not protect parties involved and this should be avoided unless dealing with a professional accredited agent Repayment Mortgage Also known as a Capital and Interest mortgage Your monthly payments pay off the interest and some of the capital borrowed By the end of the term of your mortgage you will have paid off all your mortgage debt Repayment Type How you pay back your mortgage See Repayment Mortgage or Interest Only Mortgage Retention Holding back part of a mortgage loan until any repairs to the property are satisfactorily completed S Section 21 Notice The notice which must be served to end a tenancy This can be served at any time after the deposit has been properly registered with an approved scheme but not less than 2 months before possession is required A Section 21 1 b notice must be served to end a fixed term tenancy A Section 21 4 a must be used to end a periodic tenancy In this case of a periodic tenancy it must be served after term ends and expires following 2 mths after term ends Example let for 6 mths starting on 1 Jan Term ends 30 June Notice served 15 July Notice expires after 30 September Share of Freehold Share of freehold means that when you buy a flat the lease on the property comes with a share of ownership of the building Leaseholders in a block with several properties often choose to buy the freehold between them and so share of freehold gives them more control over the management of the property It is important to remember that when purchasing a property with a share of free hold the property is still a leasehold property Sinking Fund When you buy a leasehold property part of the service charge may be paid into a sinking fund The sinking fund builds up over the years to cover future projects that may be needed to repair or improve the building The freeholder or the property management company will be responsible for the service charge management and will notify leaseholders if part of the service charge will be paid into a sinking fund Sold Subject to Contract STC This term refers to the fact an offer has been accepted by the vendor and that a sale is proceeding It means the same as Under offer or Sale agreed Sole Agency Where you employ the services of one agent to sell your property for an agreed period of time should you sell your property through another agent before your agreement with the sole agent has ended then you may have to pay the original agent their fee as well Likewise the agent must respect the terms of the agreement and ensure that the service promised and agreed is delivered If other agents approach you during the term of a sole agency agreement they must warn you of a possible liability to pay commission to more than one agent Sole Agency fees are lower than where more than one agent is instructed Sole Selling Rights This means that the appointed selling agent will be due the agreed fee even if you end up selling your property privately or through another agent This usually applies to development land new homes auction and properties being sold by tender Stamp Duty Land Tax A tax you must pay on a property when you buy it The duty must be paid at the point of completion Statutory Periodic Tenancy If at the end of a fixed term tenancy neither party does anything and no further agreement is made the tenancy will automatically run from one rent period to the next on the same terms as the preceding fixed term assured shorthold tenancy It will continue to run on this basis until replaced by a new agreement or by one party giving the other notice Once notice is served it will only be effective from the start of the next period of renewal and will end on the last day of that period The tenant will have to provide not

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  • Stamp Duty and Land and Buildings Transaction Tax when buying a buy to let property in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland post 1 April 2016
    Step by step guide to renting Tenant insurance Tenant FAQs Tenant resources Landlords Lettings service options Step by step guide to letting Landlord insurance Northwood Legal Services Landlord testimonials FREE MARKET APPRAISAL Landlord FAQs Why use Northwood Landlord Resources Guaranteed Rent Guaranteed Rent summary How it works Guaranteed Rent FAQs Landlord Testimonials Investors Investors guide Jargon buster Investor properties BTL Stamp Duty Calculator Our Offices About Us Careers Charitable Foundation Complaint handling procedure Company details Awards About us BTL Stamp Duty calculator From 1 April 2016 an extra 3 stamp duty rate will be applied to the purchase of any properties that are not being purchased as a main residence Use the below to calculate the stamp duty tax applicable for buy to let properties in England Wales Northern Ireland after 1 April 2016 How much tax will you pay when buying a property Calculate You will pay 0 Stamp duty How this was calculated Band Rate Due Between 0 and 125 000 3 Between 125 000 and 250 000 5 Between 250 000 and 925 000 8 Between 925 000 and 1 500 000 13 Over 1 500 000 15 Total BTL Land and Buildings Transaction Tax Scotland From 1 April 2016 an extra 3 surcharge in tax will be applied to the purchase of any properties that are not being purchased as a main residence Use the below to calculate the Land and Buildings Transaction Tax applicable for buy to let properties in Scotland after 1 April 2016 How much tax will you pay when buying a property Calculate You will pay 0 Stamp duty How this was calculated Band Rate Due Between 0 and 145 000 3 Between 145 000 and 250 000 5 Between 250 000 and 325 000 8 Between 325 000 and 750 000

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  • Northwood branch list
    Company details Awards About us Toggle navigation Buying Step by step guide to buying Buy to Let properties Buyers FAQs FREE MARKET APPRAISAL Conveyancing Stamp Duty Calculator Selling Step by step guide to selling Why sell with Northwood Vendor testimonials FREE MARKET APPRAISAL Vendor FAQs Conveyancing Renting Step by step guide to renting Tenant insurance Tenant FAQs Tenant resources Landlords Lettings service options Step by step guide to letting Landlord insurance Northwood Legal Services Landlord testimonials FREE MARKET APPRAISAL Landlord FAQs Why use Northwood Landlord Resources Guaranteed Rent Guaranteed Rent summary How it works Guaranteed Rent FAQs Landlord Testimonials Investors Investors guide Jargon buster Investor properties BTL Stamp Duty Calculator Our Offices About Us Careers Charitable Foundation Complaint handling procedure Company details Awards About us Find your local Northwood office Find my nearest office Search Northwood 7 Paris Street uk Devon EX1 2JB t 01392435130 Contact your local branch Find your closest branch Office finder select Aberdeen Banbury Barnstaple Basildon Basingstoke Bedford Beverley and Hull Birmingham Bolton Bournemouth Brentwood Brighton Bristol Bromley Cambridge Cardiff and Newport Carlisle Central Scotland Chelmsford Cheltenham Chester Cornwall Coventry Crawley Crewe Sandbach Derby Doncaster Dulwich Dundee Fife Eastbourne Edinburgh Exeter Glasgow Glasgow North Harrow Hastings

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  • About Us | Northwood UK Estate and Letting Agents
    Search Toggle navigation Buying Step by step guide to buying Buy to Let properties Buyers FAQs FREE MARKET APPRAISAL Conveyancing Stamp Duty Calculator Selling Step by step guide to selling Why sell with Northwood Vendor testimonials FREE MARKET APPRAISAL Vendor FAQs Conveyancing Renting Step by step guide to renting Tenant insurance Tenant FAQs Tenant resources Landlords Lettings service options Step by step guide to letting Landlord insurance Northwood Legal Services Landlord testimonials FREE MARKET APPRAISAL Landlord FAQs Why use Northwood Landlord Resources Guaranteed Rent Guaranteed Rent summary How it works Guaranteed Rent FAQs Landlord Testimonials Investors Investors guide Jargon buster Investor properties BTL Stamp Duty Calculator Our Offices About Us Careers Charitable Foundation Complaint handling procedure Company details Awards About us Careers Come and join the team of local property experts In 1995 we introduced a completely fresh service to the property market offering landlords a guaranteed regular income from their rental property It was a new idea and an instant success While our growth has been built around this unique concept none of this would have been possible without our other key ingredient our people To this day we make it our priority to only employ straight talking professionals who are genuinely capable and motivated to help every type of landlord tenant buyer or seller through the lettings or sales process If you think you are that person and want to work in a friendly and professional environment then get in touch If there isn t a suitable position available now check this page again in the near future or directly contact the relevant local office We are fully committed to the on going personal development of our people and provide a full range of industry recognised online face to face and remote learning training Current Vacancies Lettings Negotiator

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