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Our Promise To Landlords

Our Promise To Landlords

At Knights Property Services we take our responsibility to our Landlords very seriously.

We are proud to be an independent estate agency because that allows us to give a far more personal service to our Landlords and Tenants.

1)            We will always treat you in an honest, respectful, friendly and professional way.

2)            Our fees are transparent with no nasty hidden ‘surprises’.

3)            We will always provide timely feedback on any rental offers your property has received.

4)            We will always do our very best to accompany you on every viewing.

5)            We will always respond to your questions and enquiries within a working day.

6)            We are here to help you and will answer all your questions in a patient and professional way.  If you need us, we are just a phone call or email away.

7)            We hold all the required insurances and industry qualifications to give you total peace of mind.

8)            Above all else we will always be honest, professional and friendly.

Thanks for reading and if you have any other property related questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us – we’d love to help you.

Adil Burtally

Director

Knights Property Services

Whether you are selling, buying, letting or renting, we’re here to help. Call Adil and our team on 01276 539111 or email: enquiries@knightspropertyservices.com  for expert advice which is honest, accurate and informative.

If you’re looking to sell, book your free sales valuation now

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