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Established independent estate agents and property letting agents offering property for sale and property to let in Leytonstone, Leyton, London E11 and E10 plus surrounding areas.

We're recognised for delivering a dedicated and professional service together with the very highest level of customer care.

Whether selling, letting, buying or renting our friendly and experienced team will be able to help.

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Property for Sale Leytonstone

Looking to Sell?

Selling your property is a significant step, normally involving one of your biggest assets, so how do you choose between different estate agents and what can you expect for your money?

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Property E11

Services for Landlords

Letting your property can seem quite daunting - who can you trust in helping to protect you in this complex and fast moving industry and what role does the agent play?


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Letting Agents Leytonstone

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If you own a property and are thinking of selling or letting, why not take advantage of our free property valuation service. No fuss, no obligation just friendly advice to help you assess your options.

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Latest testimonials

Frank Loots, a tenant


15/08/2016
I've been a Trading Places lettings client since 2012 and have just recently moved into a second property managed by them. The prospect of moving always makes me apprehensive but this time it was compounded by the idea that we would have to possibly change letting agents as well. As an organisation Trading Places is knees, waist, head and shoulders above even their best competitor. Every member of their staff is a seasoned professional with your best interests at heart and the while team work tirelessly to ensure the best experience and highest level of satisfaction for such a daunting undertaking as moving home. I have never found a letting agent worth spitting on if they were on fire but I'm deeply pleased to recommend Trading Places with full confidence. It is a comfort and a pleasure to be taken care of by such a marvellous team of people. My personal thanks and that of my family go to them all; Steve, Kevin, Gary, Jamie, Rosie and Rob. Here's to continuing the relationship!

Joelle and Scot, a landlord


12/08/2016
Jamie was fantastic from start to finish, we went on a Leytonstone recommendation, numerous people staying Jamie is an excellent estate agent and truly professional in his manner. We are so happy we went with Trading Places, and Jamie was incredibly helpful. This was the first time we were landlords and he took us through everything step by step. Thanks,

Lauren Dulhunty, a tenant


7/08/2016
Jamie at Trading Places made finding a property after we had completed an international move a breeze. He and the team have provided great, prompt service since we moved in and have gone above and beyond in helping us navigate and understand the rental process in the UK without making us feel stupid.

Mr Steven Annis & Miss Tya Shannon, a seller


1/08/2016
Jennifer Butler at Trading Places is a pleasure to work with. She is professional, kind, communicative, and anticipates her clients needs. She is particularly conscientious about sales progression and keeps in regular contact throughout. I have friends who used an internet agent and their buyers deliberately stalled the sale with the intention of reducing the price at the last minute. The sale fell through and they had to start again. This would not have happened with a professional local agent like Trading Places. They help their clients choose good buyers and keep in regular contact with both buyers and sellers to ensure things move towards completion at a good pace.

Lucy Rafferty and Daniel Burkwood, a seller


1/08/2016
We bought our flat through Trading Places and had a good experience so when we came to sell they were the natural choice. Were really pleased that we chose to go with this agent and would highly recommend them. Our sale turned out to be a bit more complicated than expected and Jen provided invaluable advice throughout the process, working tirelessly to ensure that the sale went through. Paul was also great to deal with and we were happy with the way the viewings were organised. We appreciated how honest and straightforward Trading Places were throughout the process and the service received was excellent.

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The term “fair wear and tear” appears on most tenancy agreements. But what is fair to a landlord may not necessarily appear fair to a tenant, and vice versa. With current deposit rules in place, it helps to think like an adjudicator, a topic we have covered previously. In general terms it is usually understood that fair wear and tear means that in regard to any apparent damage done to part of a landlord’s property, the landlord must take account of reasonable wear in the day to day usage of the property, and he/she must not expect over-compensation, or betterment.

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When you market your property, you will naturally want to achieve the highest price today’s market will pay. But how do you know what this is? Sadly, there is no almanac of “correct” prices relating to an address and a date, and online price “calculators” can be wildly inaccurate, so most people will take the advice of their chosen estate agent to guide them towards the right decision.

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As we all know by now, the Bank of England has reduced the base rate to 0.25%, with all nine members of the Monetary Policy Committee voting in favour of the cut. According to data from the Office for National Statistics, those with a variable 25-year repayment mortgage could save around £22 per month and those with a tracker product should see their monthly payments reduce by approximately £24.16 on a mortgage of £200,000 over an average 25-year repayment mortgage (or £41.66 if interest only).

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George Osborne may no longer be Chancellor of the Exchequer; however he had made several tax changes, which directly impact the PRS, with arguably the biggest of them all still to come. Landlords currently enjoy tax relief on mortgage interest; however April 2017 will see the start of a 4 year plan to change this, with the potential to push lower rate tax payers into a higher rate of taxation. The changes will be phased in as follows: In the 2017/2018 financial year, the deduction from property income (as is currently allowed) will be restricted to 75% of finance costs e.g.

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