Tenants4U.com, the low cost property letting service, scooped ‘National Letting Agency of the Year’ at the 2012/13 national Landlord and Letting Awards.
The team from, Tenants4U.com, received the award at a prestigious gala dinner presented by television celebrity and landlord Sofie Allsop at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire.
Shereena Lingiah, Managing Director of Tenants4U said: “This is such an unbelievable achievement for us and our team. The business has only been trading for 8 months, but the response from landlords has been incredible. I feel that the award recognises that we are the fastest growing out there and the vast amounts of money we are saving for landlords in the market. It will certainly motivate us to keep pushing to further improve our service.”
Launched in April 2012, Tenants4U.com challenges the typical high street letting agency model, by offering landlords across the UK the opportunity to let their property for free using their online service. By removing the typical overheads associated with running a high street letting office, the business has passed savings onto landlords who are interested in operating more of DIY service.
As the fastest growing online letting agent in the country, Tenants4U.com has already serviced over 6,000 UK tenants and helped Landlords save hundreds of...
thousands of pounds in typical agency fees.
Oliver Romain, Editor of Landlord and Buy-to-Let magazine and lead judge for the Awards, commented: “The Landlord and Letting Awards are the letting industry Oscars and attract a huge number of entries. Competition was particularly tough this year, however, the judges were really impressed with Tenants4U.com’s entry.”
“Businesses such as Tenants4U.com are transforming the industry and fully deserve the recognition they receive for their innovation and service levels.”
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