The Let Leeds offices will close for the Christmas Break on Friday 20th December and will re-open on Thursday 2nd January 2020.
It's been an incredibly busy few months here at Let Leeds, and we wanted to give you all a bit of an update of what's been going on with us and in the Leeds Letting Market in general.
Leeds City Council will host the ninth annual Leeds Landlords Conference, Wednesday 20th November, and Let Leeds will be there.
The cold snap is well and truly upon us and as we start to approach the festive season it's more important than ever to double check that your property is up to scratch and keep your Tenants toasty and happy through the cold weather ahead.
Hot on the heels of our last acquisition, Let Leeds has acquired Parklands Estate Agents. Determined to combat the impact of the Tenant Fee Ban, we have embarked on a progressive growth strategy with the goal of joining forces with other independents to reduce overheads and safeguard staff retention.
Following a recent announcement from Leeds City Council, all Landlords with properties in the Beeston and Harehills area of Leeds, will need to apply for a license.
We are launching two brand-new services rent protection services for our Landlords in the wake of the Tenant Fee Act: Rent on Time and Rent Protect.
On 21st March 2019, we'll be down at the ever-popular National Landlord Investment show at London's Olympia, find the team on Stand 50 and learn more about the benefits of investing in our fair city.
As part of its expansion strategy to fight the fee ban, Let Leeds has acquired Milnes Walker, an independent sales and lettings agency based in Leeds.
We have let a record number of student properties for our Landlords already for the 2019 academic year.