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  1. Hi Newbie, Please give us a call and we will solve all your questions above. http://www.estateagentssouthbank.co.uk
  2. You will find in this blog a list of things we believe tenants dislike and then you will find a list of possible solutions for them. http://www.estateagentssouthbank.co.uk/blog/2013/8/08/what-do-you-hate-as-a-tenant/387
  3. You will find in this blog a list of things we believe tenants dislike and then you will find a list of possible solutions for them. http://www.estateagentssouthbank.co.uk/blog/2013/8/08/what-do-you-hate-as-a-tenant/387
  4. HomeXperts are a network of local professionally trained estate and lettings agents who are part of a national company that challenges the traditional estate agency model.

  5. it looks like a fair blog expanding the views of agents and some landlords. however the law looks like all us agents will have to do is simply show exactly what the cost will be. therefore the legal system has a better grasp of competition than shelter and less for us to worry about unless your agency fees are ridiculous. overall I think it is biased however when is any blog or written work not biased? the potential is expanded to scaremonger levels though and I do not believe landlords would simply ignore good agencies. you will however always find someone who thinks they can go it a
  6. I would agree with Grampa. it would be best to sort this out by getting the plumbing done yourself or overseeing the works put in place by the tenant - however thats risky. it could also be a selling point to your next agent that the next tenants are free to move in machines there due to new plumbing? if you're in London I have a great construction company I'll give you their number if you want it. - really though the agent should have checked as soon as the idea was put forward.
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