Let-Leeds.com, the Leeds based lettings agent has successfully been awarded the NFoPP Technical Award in Residential Letting and Property Management. This well-respected Award is not only a nationally-recognised industry qualification but is also an entry requirement of the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) - the only professional, self-regulating body specialising in raising and maintaining practice standards in the UK private rental sector.
Luke Gidney, who formed Let-Leeds in 2008 has been working within the property industry for 6 years and is very proud to have achieved the NFoPP Technical Award in Residential Letting and Property Management. We strongly believe Leeds landlords and tenants will vote with their feet in support of an agency that is staffed by hard-working property professionals of intelligence and integrity, like Let-Leeds.com.
We believe in achieving the highest standards of quality and professionalism within the business and decided to start studying toward this qualification to make clear our ambition to operate and build our reputation as a professional Leeds letting Agent.
For us, it's not only a personal achievement but evidence of our professionalism as an agency, showing our clients that they are dealing with someone who is knowledgeable and who they can trust to do a good job. Let-Leeds.com is now amongst the steadily growing number of agents across the UK who are working with ARLA and the NFoPP to become qualified and raise standards within their field.
Elizabeth Richards, Head of Legal and Policy at the National Federation of Property Professionals states: "I heartily congratulate Let-Leeds.com on their achievement and hope to welcome them to full ARLA membership in the near future, In an industry where standards can vary greatly between member and non-member agents and agencies, obtaining this Award represents not only Let-Leeds.com's dedication to developing as an agent but also their commitment to working to the high industry standards which ARLA seeks to promote."Back to News