We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Best Supplier of the Year category with the prestigious Negotiator Awards.
These property awards help customers narrow down the search for the most reliable lettings and property services companies, while bringing well deserved recognition to hardworking property professionals.
Find out what the awards are all about and why No Letting Go has been nominated.
The Negotiator Awards
The Negotiator Awards provide a platform to celebrate the best of UK estate and lettings agencies in the residential property industry.
Since 2008, these awards have been recognising talent at one of the most lavish property parties of the year. Held at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, London a black tie dinner is finished off with celebrity entertainment. No fees are accepted for entries, making the awards an inclusive and fair celebration of the industry.
Categories include; Community Champion, Marketing Campaign of the Year and Employer of the Year.
This year’s awards ceremony takes place on 29th November, 2019 where the winners will be revealed. With last year’s proceedings seen over by comedian Julian Clary, we’re excited to see who’s presenting the 2019 awards!
Supplier of the Year
We’re very pleased to be included in the shortlist for Supplier of the Year: Products and Services.
This is a competitive category, with a plethora of respected companies providing products and services to the lettings industry.
Last year we took home the silver award for this category, with Viewber taking gold, and Tenant Shop achieving bronze.
Our Professional Services
So, why are we being nominated for our delivery of products and services?
Whether you’re a landlord, letting agent, property professional or housing association, our teams of clerks provide a reliable, professional service to help you save time and protect your investment.
Here at No Letting Go, we offer;
- Inventory reports and schedule of condition
- Smoke and CO reports
- 360 virtual property photography
- Property appraisals
- Right to rent checks
- DigiSign automated check in
- Legionella risk assessment
- Mid term reports and inspections
- Repairs and maintenance reports
- Check in/check out services
Our No Letting Branches are spread across the UK, providing specific areas with tailored advice and services.
No Letting Go’s Accolades
Our teams work hard to provide their customers with quality services that put the customer’s needs at the centre.
Thanks to their dedication, we have been lucky enough to receive the following awards,
- Bronze award for Supplier of the Year in The Times and Sunday Times
- Lettings Agency of the Year 2016 Awards
- Rachel Farr of our Bath branch was a finalist in the Woman Franchisee 2017 EWIF Awards
- Best Inventory Supplier 2009
In addition, we’re also accredited by Safe Contractor, the British Franchise Association (BFA), Property Redress Scheme (PRS) and are regulated by Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA:PropertyMark)
How Can We Help?
Whilst we are crossing our fingers to win an award in November, we are proud to have been shortlisted alongside some fantastic brands in this category, and it is testimony to the high quality of services provided by our 65 offices around the country.
If you’re looking for unbiased property reporting and inventory services, browse our full list of property services to find out how we could help.
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