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Use this form to contact us about SELLING rental property. To enquire about BUYING property please use this form to enquire about buying property.




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    Absolutely! Our team can sell your property in any condition, either tenanted or with vacant possession. We have our own company builders who will fix any issues raised during valuation and survey, to ensure nothing stops your property selling fast at a great price.
    Yes, this is what we specialise in. Many investors are looking for tenanted properties that they can add to their existing portfolios. You get a swift and simple sale and everything will stay the same for your tenant.
    Our investors won't pay full price, but they will pay a fair price. Depending on how fast you want to sell, you will get between 80% - 90% of the market value. UK property prices rose by over 10% in 2021 alone, so this still represents a great deal for most landlords, especially when you consider the speed and simplicity of the sale, with a deal in just weeks.
    We are happy to negotiate with tenants to buy their rental properties for the same or higher prices as our buyers if they want to stay there.
    We have buyers that will look at portfolios up to £20 million in a single purchase. We work with investors, property funds, housing associations and companies all keen to buy full portfolios of UK housing stock
    As long as we have accurate information about the property and tenancy, we can to give you a firm offer without your tenants needing to know about the sale. If you like the offer, we move forward, if not then your tenant will never know that you made the enquiry.
    We are a major landlord ourselves, with over 300 tenanted properties, so we know how to manage and work with tenants. If we have to organise a viewing before a buyer commits, we will reassure your tenants that they will be kept on at the same rent. We can even pay them to provide photos/videos and organise viewings on your behalf.
    No problem. Many buyers understand that cultivating long term, established tenants is often more valuable than getting maximum rent. Sometimes we can get a higher price if the tenants agree to pay slightly higher rents, and we can negotiate a compromise with landlord/tenant/buyer using the margin from the higher offer.