Archive for February, 2011
iConn has an extensive portfolio of professional and student properties. We offer competitive services to all Landlords who are looking to let their properties now or in the future. If you would like further details on the services that iConn provides or require a free market appraisal then please contact us.
Lee Court, 26a Castle Street,
Canterbury, CT1 2PU
iConn Property Management are proud to be a regulated member of
The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA).
We believe that it is extremely important for all landlords and tenants to have the facility to be able to ask questions and gain free advice.
This is why iConn Property Management are offering free advice for anyone who needs it, whether you are a current tenant or landlords of ours, or even if you aren’t!
Please share your questions by replying to this blog, and we will endeavour to answer you as soon as possible, alternatively email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Take advantage of our free advisory service and get all your questions answered today.
Vicky Cranthorne M.A.R.L.A, Office Manager for iConn Property Management writes:
The student accommodation for the next academic year is going faster than expected! Having started with over 80 Properties to Let – we are down to our final 10! and we are inundated with enquiries!!
For students that are still to secure their accommodation for next year then we would advise to speed up before its all gone! Follow the link to see our available properties:
If you are a landlord who is still looking to find tenants for your property then why not take advantage of the high demand we are receiving and give us a call.
iConn offers 4 different levels of service to our clients so you can choose the best one to suit you. For more details please follow the link below:
Sam Macdonald, Lettings Negotiator for iConn Property Management writes:
As the difficulty of getting yourself onto the property ladder is increasing these days, we thought we would introduce you to this interesting article…
SHOULD YOU RENT FOR LIFE??
Click below for more info.