We understand the importance of finding the right tenant for your property to let. That's why we'll only place people who we believe will make good tenants into your property. Our letting agency has been running since 1993. So we have plenty of experience in helping landlords find the right tenants for their properties. We will do everything in our power to ensure that we find reliable tenants who will pay their rent on time and look after your home, putting your mind at ease.
We have created an “open day” in the letting industry which ensures that we have multiple viewings on one day when your property first becomes available. This gives us an unrivaled edge over other agents and ensures multiple viewings on one visit. This creates competition between tenants not only to have the property let quickly but can choose the best tenant for your property.
We were one of the first agents to introduce guarantors for all of our tenants. We found that often if tenants are late it is best to have a guarantor who will pay their rent if they do not. The guarantor is often the tenants’ parents and having a guarantor is a very prudent step. Many letting agents still don't provide this service. We have absolutely no arrears with any of our tenants on a month to month basis of any substantial nature. We understand that landlords wish to have their rent paid on time and we strive to ensure that this is carried out without the expense of entering into a credit arrangement with insurance companies.
Find out more on how we can help you find the ideal tenant for your property. After all, we’ve been helping landlords in Brighton and the surrounding Sussex area find the ideal tenants for their properties for over 24 years.
We pay for premium listings and featured properties on Rightmove. Current figures show that premium listings get 34% more enquiries and featured properties get an extra 22% of all click throughs. This makes a difference and gets your property let quicker. We invest heavily in our marketing where a lot of other letting agents don’t.