Become a landlord in Edgware

Landlords in Edgware are in safe hands with Petermans thanks to our extremely experienced and knowledgeable team.

We can provide a free and no obligation valuation service along with comprehensive and useful advice for getting the most out of your property when becoming a landlord in Edgware.

As members of the ARLA and the NAEA, we are completely up to date with the ever-changing regulations and consumer acts within the property rental industry. Our marketing will also ensure your property is visible across several social media platforms and relevant property portals with provided professional photography.

All potential tenants will be carefully scrutinised to select the best tenant for you. As winners of the 2016 Gold award from Allagents review site, we are proud to provide a service that tailors to each client’s individual needs, as landlords in Edgware are provided with a property manager and team to accompany them throughout the letting process. Becoming a landlord in Edgware couldn’t be simpler with the assistance of Petermans Estate Agents and their extensive knowledge on relevant areas such as the fees to landlords. Our associated property litigation team are also available to assist on any legal issues if necessary.

Call our local property experts

020 8958 5040

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