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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

Darrel, a buyer

When we decided to move to the area I met 33 different estate agents in one day from Walthamstow, Leytonstone and Leyton. Although they haven't got the smartest branding I can say without doubt Paul was by far the best most sincere and responsive agent we met. When we move again we'll be using Trading Places. They are a brilliant family run company. Give them a call....

Laura Dexter, a tenant

Very comfortable in my first rental home thanks to these guys! (especially Jamie)

Charlotte Hayes-Clemens, a tenant

Great estate agents, Jamie was very helpful and did all he could to make our first home rental as quick and easy as possible.

Penny Holden

Very knowledgeable and always helpful. Thoroughly professional

Dr Sidney Morbey & Mrs Helen Morbey, a buyer

Jennifer Butler was very friendly, helpful, courteous, and efficient in the purchase of this property. She responded to our requests in a timely manner. and supported us initially a lot in purchasing the property given the challenging purchase environment, and then helped resolve our dealings with the vendor through to completion. We thank her and Trading Places for that.

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Latest news

We love the challenge of matching a tenant to a property, or a property to tenant, and in our opinion the right tenant will usually make for a happy landlord. Letting negotiators/consultants often feel the pressure of having to find a willing tenant, and quickly. A company operating a low basic and high commission salary structure will often experience fast turn-around times, as their staff go like the clappers competing with each other for the prize.

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As we approach Valentine’s Day it would seem that there’s a fair bit of love involved in estate agency! Estate agents are, if anything, matchmakers after all and just as people fall in love with the right person, so buyers also need to fall in love with a property if the sale is to succeed. Just as a good matchmaker will not simply put people on a database and expect them to enter into a long term loving relationship, so our job is far more than a simple broking service.

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The courts have been busy with private rented sector related cases and in this article we look at three of them. The decision around Section 24 tax changes (not being able to offset mortgage interest at the highest marginal rate of the tax payer) was a judicial review of changes yet to have its full effect. Following the budget announcement that landlords who pay higher rate tax will not be allowed to claim mortgage interest at the higher rate (phased in over four years) landlords got together and challenged this decision under judicial review procedures.

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Household emergencies generally occur during the depths of winter, but we recommend that homeowners undertake winter property check to prevent unforeseen property headaches in the months to come, with January often being one of the coldest months of the year. Here are some pointers: Make sure your central heating system is working as it should. Don’t wait until the really cold weather arrives to discover that the central heating is not working properly and if a service is overdue consider booking an engineer asap. A sudden cold snap can burst water pipes, causing flooding.

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