Let a property
We aim to maximise our landlords’ investment return by letting to good quality corporate and private tenants, many of whom we have dealt with before.
Letting a property successfully is all about market knowledge. You need a letting agent who knows their territory better than anyone and who will invest the time and energy into getting to know you and your property.
A good letting agent understands how to find the kind of tenants who will treat your property as if it were their own, and who will help you navigate the multitude of responsibilities that go with being a landlord.
Whether you are an investor or you are renting out your home or a property on your estate, our focus is on delivering a seamless service that starts the moment you pick up the phone to request an appraisal of your property.
Comprehensive and dedicated letting services
Many of our clients choose to take advantage of our full range of residential lettings services, which include managing the property during the tenancy. We can even arrange and oversee any necessary renovations to your property. You simply choose the mix of services that suit your situation and your property.
When letting a property with Strutt & Parker you will have one dedicated point of contact within our lettings team from the start and they will begin by learning as much as they can about your property, what you want to achieve from the tenancy and will provide you with valuable, experience-led letting advice.
We are particularly proud of the high volume of repeat business we handle and that a huge number of landlords come to us through recommendation. We are never complacent, though, and seek feedback after every transaction. This way we can fine-tune our service so that we are always taking care of the issues that matter to you.
If you would like to find out more about letting a property through Strutt & Parker, please get in touch to request an appointment.
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Publications, Knowledge & Research
Knowledge & research
Attracting young professionals to your property
With new figures suggesting young professionals will pay a premium to live in certain areas, we look at how you can attract this lucrative market to your property.
English Estate & Farmland Market Review | Spring 2017
The year 2017 started unusually. There was a significant carryover of land on the market – over 40% of the farms launched in 2016 were still available at the end of the year, which is a far higher proportion than we have seen before.
London’s rapid economic growth has seen it emerge as a genuinely polycentric city
For many years London had two dominant business districts: the City of London and the West End, both located in the heart of the city. At the same time, London’s major railway stations, such as King’s Cross and Waterloo, were little more than places for commuters to interchange as they made their way into the centre of the city.
Buying an equestrian property
With the Royal Windsor Horse Show on May 10 and Ascot in June, Luke Morgan, a Partner in our National Country House Department, takes a closer look at what you need to consider when buying your own equestrian property.
Chalk stream fishing in Wiltshire and Hampshire
Hampshire and Wiltshire’s prime fishing spots are renowned among fly fishers across the country - James Millard, from Strutt & Parker’s Salisbury Office, guides us through them.
Grant funds on offer in Wales for machinery and equipment
Grant funding is available for farmers and landowners in Wales looking to invest in equipment and machinery that will make their farming operations safer, more efficient and better for the environment, according to Strutt & Parker.
How the snap election will affect property
With the announcement by Prime Minister Theresa May of a General Election in June, we look at what impact this will have on the property industry.