National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA)
NRLA agrees new partnership with Leaders Romans Group
The National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) yesterday announced the start of a new partnership with Leaders Romans Group (LRG), one of the UK’s largest property services groups. LRG will become the NRLA’s National Lettings Partner, affording members a range of new benefits, including:
- A third off published fees for any of LRG’s landlord services – Let Only, Rent Collection, or Full Management.
- Use of the Smart Investment service (powered by NRLA partner GetGround) which allows landlords to form a buy-to-let company in under 30 minutes.
- Financial support from LRG in the form of its Premier Service, in the event that a landlord becomes involved in legal proceedings.
- The use of Glide Property Management, a means of ensuring your residential properties are efficiently managed, whether you are a leaseholder or a block owner.
If you’d like to read more about how you can potentially benefit from our partnership with LRG, click here for further details.
Ben Beadle, Chief Executive at the National Residential Landlords Association, yesterday said:
“I am delighted to be partnering with the Leaders Romans Group. Our property management solution Portfolio helps self-managing landlords navigate the complex world of compliance but not all of our members are hands on.
“Through our relationship with LRG, our Landlords will benefit from a preferential rate on new properties and count on an unrivalled level of support in navigating the increasingly complicated world of residential lettings.
“Further, Members will benefit from local expertise as to market conditions in in their area at regional NRLA events.”
Allison Thompson, National Lettings Managing Director, Leaders Romans Group yesterday said:
“Leaders Romans Group has always been at the heart of our local communities, with our vast network of high street branches and brands. As a group, we have a far-reaching range of property-related services, and we look forward to being able to support NRLA members with some of these, including sales, lettings, property management, mortgages, build-to-rent, block management and surveying.
“Our partnership with the NRLA means we will be able to further support the large number of landlords they already work with. Our specialist teams, with their award-winning service and local knowledge, can share their expertise with the NRLA’s members.
“We’re delighted to work more closely with the NRLA and believe that together our partnership can help to bring a collaborative voice and a positive change to the private rental sector (PRS) as we navigate the changes happening in the sector together.”
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