Letting Agent In Bristol Making A Difference Through Property Management Service

December 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

With an office in Downend, Bristol, Intire, a letting agency and property management company, differentiates itself from other letting agents through value add, no hassle, property management services for landlords.

Atif Javid, owner of Intire, stated: “Our competitors will tell you about their unique local knowledge. Not only do we have detailed knowledge of Bristol and the local areas based on years of experience as a Bristol letting agency, but we can get you the high quality tenants you’re looking for including those looking to relocate to the Bristol area.”

But Intire offers even more. For landlords looking for a valuation on their property or house, Intire can also help out and get that done for their landlords at no cost.

More information on Intire can be viewed here: http://www.intire.co.uk/letting-agent-bristol/.

The letting agency also believes in giving no bad surprises to their landlords in terms of fees. Where other letting agencies have hidden fees, Intire’s property management and lettings services come with a completely transparent fee structure designed to gain landlords’ trust and peace of mind.

Intire states on their website: “Like every other Bristol landlord that uses our lettings services, you can enjoy a letting agent in Bristol that genuinely wants to make you happy.”

One way of measuring whether the services of a letting agency are up to mark, one only has to read reviews from tenants about them on Google.

Chris H., a tenant, was taken care of by Intire on behalf of a client landlord. Here is the review that he wrote on Google: “Having been a tenant for a number of years now at all kinds of properties around the UK, I can comfortably remark that the experience I've had with Intire has been the most seamless and satisfying of any renting agency to date; the staff have been both extremely helpful and accommodating whether by phone, email or in-person and have endeavoured to make the move as smooth as possible, working to tight deadlines. The inventory and accompanying documents have been professionally presented and are remarkably comprehensive - far beyond what I would typically expect from an agency due to previous encounters - reducing our workload regarding administration during our first weeks at the property. I would absolutely recommend Intire and would leap at the chance to rent through them again.”

Current properties in the market to rent from Intire can be viewed here: http://www.rightmove.co.uk/estate-agents/agent/Intire/Downend-41070.html/.

Landlords seeking the service of an outstanding letting agency are encouraged to visit the offices of Intire in Downend Bristol. Driving directions to their office can be had on Google Maps using the following link: http://goo.gl/maps/EipbCNg3FuorEeCJ8.

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For more information about Intire Letting Agents Bristol, contact the company here:

Intire Letting Agents Bristol
Atif Javid
0117 956 1107
hello@intire.co.uk
Intire Letting Agents Bristol, 6 Badminton Rd, Avon, Bristol BS16 6BQ, United Kingdom

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