Harrison Murray Lettings is inviting private landlords to attend a public event this week that will offer expert buy-to-let tips and advice.
The event, which will take place at the company’s city centre office in Nottingham on Friday 10th March, will also showcase the company’s new dedicated property manager service, and the introduction of the Fixflo online system helping tenants report problems to landlords.
Head of letting, Stephen Reade, explained: “Fixflo is a fantastic way of making sure both landlord and tenant are happy and it is just one of a number of things we have done to improve our offering.
“Our strategic operational and central property management teams are based in our Nottingham head office, meaning our lettings offices across the county, some of them housed in or close to branches of The Nottingham, can be quick to respond to all our clients’ needs.”
The company will also seek to promote its additional services, including full residential estate agency offering, conveyancing, home insurance, financial and estate planning advice and savings products.
Reade continued: “As well as ‘front-facing’ developments like utilising Fixflo we have upgraded internal systems and databases to keep ahead of the constantly changing lettings market, and all of this whilst making sure we have remained - and will remain - extremely customer service focused.
“Keeping client needs front and centre is imperative as we are helping landlords maintain their assets and tenants to live safely and comfortably, particularly in a climate where many individuals and families are finding it hard to get on the property ladder and are forced to rent.
“Where we are different is that by being part of a large, established building society like The Nottingham we can bring in that extra bit of trust factor as well as an ‘all-under-one-roof’ offering when it comes to property and financial services and advice.
“Our forthcoming event is designed to showcase all of those positives and to have a bit of fun along the way. We hope as many people as possible can attend.”
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