Long established Sheffield letting agent will help find ideal home

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Eadon Lockwood and Riddle are Sheffield’s oldest independent estate agent.

Established in 1840, they combine traditional values with industry leading best practice to offer an exceptional level of service to clients, explained ELR’s property manager Diane Evans (pictured).

She went on: “Offering the complete lettings service under one roof, our local market knowledge provides experience and expertise you can rely on.

“A long established, and reputable letting agent. Our vast knowledge of the lettings market will help you find your ideal home.

“Our dedicated lettings office on Oakbrook Road is perfectly located to serve south west Sheffield and the Peak District, and our experienced lettings team, led by Lynsay Robinson, offer a bespoke and personal service to our clients.

“Whether you are an experienced landlord with a portfolio of properties, or considering becoming a landlord for the first time, our friendly and professional staff will be able to offer you the level of service that you require. We advise our clients on all aspects of the lettings market, from referencing to rent guarantee insurance, investment properties to inventories, smoke alarms to section notices – our knowledgeable staff will be happy to provide the service that meets your needs.”

Diane continued: “The lettings sector is becoming increasingly regulated, with new laws recently introduced on the subjects of carbon monoxide, Legionnaires’ disease and ‘right to rent’ obligations. Our lettings team can guide you through your duties as a landlord, and make sure that potential tenants are appropriately referenced and eligible to rent your property.

“Our lettings department has enjoyed exceptional growth in recent years, and we have a database of professional tenants who urgently require high quality homes in south west Sheffield.”

Please contact Diane on 0114 2689900 to find out how ELR can support your property requirements.

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