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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

Andrew King, a tenant

I recently moved into the Bushwood area of Leytonstone and I can highly recommend Trading Places as agency. From the beginning of the process Jamie (and Rosie) were fantastic people to deal with. Knowledgeable about the area, helpful and on top of everything. Nothing was too much trouble.

Leo, a tenant

Trading Places were very helpful when we were looking for a flat, the process was much simpler than we've experienced in the past. Their fees are lower than other local companies we've looked at, and more straightforward. We've also had a good experience using their online fault-reporting tool, and had a very quick response when we've used it.

Sophie, a tenant

We have rented a property through trading places twice now and are pleased with the service. Responses are always timely and the staff are friendly and competent. I would happily go with them again and recommend them....

Jess, a landlord

Trading Places were very professional and commutative at all times. I found I could trust in the staff and were very knowledgeable in all fields. I would definitely recommend to friends and family. Thanks to Jamie and Jennifer in particular who helped find the perfect person to lease our flat to and the help they provided. Thanks again!

John Sprague , a landlord

Excellent service, they did everything that they said they would do.They were punctual , messages were passed on and I always got a call back. As a first time Landlord Jamie's advice was so valuable. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them

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Latest news

Recently Trading Places' own Gary Butler was interviewed by the Guild of Professional Estate Agents on the subject of "open house" viewings to sell your property. An open house viewing day/event strategy is only beneficial in certain circumstances. Firstly, the market, or at least the property in question, should warrant an open day e.g. there should be sufficient buyer demand. We have found that by allocating specific viewing time slots, you allow prospective buyers their own time to take everything in.

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The sixth annual Gas Safety Week is here and Trading Places are proud to be part of it.It will see organisations from across the UK working together to raise awareness of the dangers of poorly maintained gas appliances, which can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Here are the top three tips to stay Gas Safe: Check your gas appliances every year. Check your engineer is Gas Safe registered  Check your engineer's Gas Safe ID card Find out and get all the gas safety tips on the Gas Safe website.

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Recently, in the Supreme Court, the five Supreme Court judges overturned the Court of Appeal decision in the Edwards V Kumarasamy case which decided that a leasehold landlord was liable to compensate his Assured Shorthold tenant for injuries caused to his knee as a result of tripping over a communal paving stone when taking his rubbish from the main door of a block of flats to the bin store.

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The property market apocalypse predicted by some following the Brexit referendum appears to have been averted. However, the timing of the referendum, combined with the 1-2 month lag in the reporting of sales figures has made it difficult to assess the real impact. The latest sales figures reported by the Land Registry/ONS suggest a 10% decline in transaction volumes against the same time last year, but this could simply be a result of April’s rush to beat the Stamp Duty increase on second homes and buy to let investments. House prices are reported to have risen by 8.

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