Leytonstone Estate Agents

Established independent estate agents and property lettings agent 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

Matthew Cain, a landlord

A very personable and attentive service. The guys at Trading Places are always quick to respond to my queries and certainly seem to know their stuff. They also helped with my licence application, which took the stress out of preparing a recently purchased property for tenants

Rotimi Onasanya, a tenant

I really do not know were to begin, friendly staffs. Trading Places they are absolutely one of a kind, from the first phone enquiries about renting to speaking to Rosie very professional/likable to then viewing properties with Jamie who am lost for words about is top class professionalism. I had various difficult obstacles along the way which almost put a stop to my application, I don't want to go into details about it but Jamie pulled if off, I have now finally done a deal and settling in our new home. If you are thinking of renting, please I will strongly and absolutely recommend visiting them first ask for Jamie and I can assure you you will be in safe hands. Thanks Jamie/Trading Places.

Anne Irene Wadsworth, a seller

The service I received from Trading Places in respect of the sale of my house in Leytonstone was excellent, fuss free and spot on throughout. I chose them because there was no pushy or unrealistic sales talk on the initial valuation visit; just honest, practical and professional advice. The marketing and viewings were arranged quickly and efficiently. The selling agents Jennifer and Robert were always on hand, kept me fully briefed throughout and I was confident of their knowledge of the market. They kept on top of things, communicated well with the other parties in the chain to ensure the transaction proceeded smoothly and achieved a sale well over the asking price


Given the unavoidable stress that comes with buying a property in London, it was immensely reassuring to know that Jennifer was always available to calm our nerves and answer our calls. She gave straightforward answers to all our questions and if there was anything she didnt know, she investigated and got back to us promptly with an answer.

Geoff & Sandra, a seller

Difficulties with sellers and buyers could have made the process of selling our house and buying a new one very difficult. Fortunately, we chose to sell through Trading Places and they were fantastic. Jennifer Butler dealt with our sale and we couldnt have wished for a more professional and easy-to-deal-with agent. Other members of staff - Paul, Robert, others whose names I don't recall - covered admirably when Jennifer was out with other clients. To put it simply, if you are looking to buy, sell or rent property in any of the areas they cover, don't waste your time using anyone but Trading Places. In short, they're perfect.

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Latest news

When letting your property, your primary objective is simple – you want to find a reliable tenant who pays the rent regularly and looks after your property as you would yourself.   The reality is usually more complex than this. Letting your property comes with legal obligations and social responsibilities, many of which are unknown to anyone who does not make a point of keeping up with this rapidly changing legislative environment.

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The 29th February only occurs every four years – which is about as frequently as many people used to move house during the heady days of property speculation that sparked the boom market. Nowadays most buyers and sellers are more level-headed and don’t leap from place to place quite so often. They tend to move for “real” reasons such as a change of job, children on the way, downsizing, debt, divorce etc.

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So here we are at the beginning of a new year and one of the most impressive stats that we look back on goes back not just to 2015 but over the past 20 years. A report just out by PPRM suggests that property has outperformed every other major asset class at an average annual increase of 9.34%. In fact an investment in the London property market 20 years ago would have performed 2.

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As you will have no doubt heard, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced a 3% hike in Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) on buy-to-let properties and second homes in his Autumn Statement. This was met with “outrage” from various quarters, such as the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) and others who describe it as “the nail in the coffin of the buy-to-let and holiday home market. Shares in some major estate and letting agency firms fell on the news.

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