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lettingaproperty.com, one of the UK’s foremost online letting agents, has given its website a comprehensive spring clean and given landlords new tools to make letting smarter.
The refreshed website, which boasts an eye-catching new identity, has been enhanced with a range of features that further remove the complication and cost from letting or finding a home.

    These include:

  • The ease at which rental property adverts are created online
  • The speed at which properties are advertised across the major UK websites
  • Receiving text and email alerts instantly when a new Tenant enquires about a property
  • A Landlord and Tenant ‘matching’ service
  • Access to all the ‘money saving’ products and services a Landlord would ever need

The upgraded website marks the latest stage in lettingaproperty.com’s award-winning development since being founded in 2008 by experienced property experts Jonathan and Matthew Daines.

Jonathan Daines, Founder and Director of lettingaproperty.com, said, “Having established lettingaproperty.com as a fresh thinking, open, dependable property expert, we’re excited to be able to take our offer to another level.

“The team’s experience of the letting industry, and the valuable feedback we’ve received over the years from our loyal customer base, has enabled us to tailor the website to make letting a home even more hassle-free. We’ve been very conscious of the increasingly negative perceptions of conventional letting agencies; that’s why we’ve always concentrated on providing a transparent service that leaves people feeling relaxed, reassured and smarter about their letting arrangements.

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“It’s great that we’ve reached the point we’re able to launch new functionality such as the Landlord and Tenant matching service and the ease in how property adverts can be created: it means we’ve made the process of letting property easier than ever.”

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