LETTING AGENT

LETTING AGENT from MIDDLESEX ESTATE MANAGEMENT

By: MIDDLESEX ESTATE MANAGEMENT  03/03/2009
Keywords: real estate, Accommodation, real estate agencies

 Welcome to Middlesex Estate Management We are a local, independent firm specialising in Residential Lettings and Property Management within the Middlesex Area and have wider coverage due to our fresh approach to letting through our mobile agents helping us reduce our costs to our landlords benefit. As specialists we are fully focused on the priorities and needs of Landlords and Tenants, and, unlike estate agents, our loyalties are not divided by dealing with property sales and mortgages. We know how to manage property for optimum performance, whilst ensuring smooth running tenancies, and compliance with the various landlord/tenant laws.We pride ourselves in offering a personal and friendly service to all, whilst at the same time maintaining a high standard of competence and professionalism.In addition to our local services, we are part of a UK-wide network of independent but associated Letting and Managing Agents, thus enabling us to offer an efficient national relocation service, and we are often able to assist both individual and corporate clients, from within the UK and abroad.Details of some of the properties we are currently instructed to let may be found on our website, together with an outline of our service. If we can be of assistance in any way please do not hesitate to contact us by email, or on our freephone number.

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