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.
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?
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?
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.
We were delighted by the personal service that we received from Trading Places. Jen and the team held our hand through the whole process. It took over a year to sell our property but Jen and the team supported us when we got angry, reassured us and made positive suggestions and made the process far less painful than it could have been. Thank you very much!
I have used Trading Places in Leytonstone to rent my apartment for a number of years. The quality of the tenants have been excellent through Jamie and the service throughout this time exceptional. I have a property with certain challenges and Kevin is efficient, extremely helpful and honest. Great service from you both, thank you.
Amazing service from Jamie. We found a lovely property to rent which we have fallen in love with.
Thank you again
Trading places did an excellent job in selling our house. In particular Jen was professional and very knowledgeable. From initial marketing to ensuring the sale went through to completion in a timely manner they provided a top service. Thank you
From 1 October 2018 new licensing rules will apply for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) in England in relation to the number of storeys. We will also see the introduction of minimum room sizes and the requirement for adequate domestic refuse facilities in licensed HMOs. Please note that various councils may also be operating a … Continue reading Will your HMO become subject to mandatory licensing ?
An eight-week consultation aimed at tightening up electrical safety regulations for landlords ended on April 16 this year. Introduced by Housing Minister Heather Wheeler in an effort to make buy to let and shared housing safer for tenants in the private rental sector, it is asking for a raft of new measures including: electrical safety … Continue reading New Tougher Electrical Safety Regulations for Landlords on the Way
Buy to let is an area of investment that can reap large yields – provided you choose the right property in the first place. Let’s explore what you can look for … Find the right location. One of the most important areas in this respect is to – literally – find the right area in … Continue reading How to Choose the Best Investment Property
Today an increasingly popular route to property ownership for many young people, and indeed those in their 30s and 40s with families is either via inheritance or a loan from mum and dad. This is despite the fact that employment is higher than ever before and unemployment the lowest since the 1970s. The reason … Continue reading Bank of Mum and Dad: Rising Trends
At the risk of blowing our own trumpet, here at Trading Places, we are delighted to be able to tell you that we won gold at the British Property Awards this year. Our first place ranking means we came first mean the estate agencies in the E11 postcode area. A prize-winning team effort from all … Continue reading Trading Places Offers You Award Winning Services
The recent ARLA PropertyMark survey revealed that the lack of available (close gap) properties for rent in the Capital in January this year was ‘at a critical point.’ This was because there was 46 percent less rental properties available than the UK national average. London rental property numbers in steep decline There were, for instance, … Continue reading London on the Look-out for More Landlords