Lightning lets strike again for Newcastle landlords

Newcastle landlords have seen demand for their properties rocket, with some securing tenants before being brought to the market, with help from one of the region’s leading student lettings agents.

Properties, in Newcastle City Centre and the wider suburbs, successfully let within a matter of days, or before they were even advertised, with the help of property experts Walton Robinson.

One property in St Andrews Street, Newcastle City Centre, was let before being advertised, with the tenancy being snapped up by a pair of medical students.

Working together, the Lettings and Valuations Teams combined their efforts to turnaround the lettings process in record timing.

Lettings Manager, Kyle Dickson, said: “We’re really pleased with how rapidly properties are letting and allowing us to deliver such a high standard of service to our landlords.”

Another landlord saw a block of six student apartments in Barker Street, Shieldfield and three further apartments in Bridge View House, successfully let after a fruitful marketing campaign.

With a combination of property listings, social media and banner advertising, the agency achieved over 120 leads for these properties, letting them all in just a few weeks.

Barker Street and Bridge View House landlord, Anthony Brown, said: “I have used Walton Robinson for tenant find services since 2016.

“They have found me many good quality tenants in the shortest space of time.”

Walton Robinson specialise in residential lettings for students, professionals and families in and around the Newcastle area, and those wanting to invest, buy, sell or develop property anywhere in the North East.

The Lettings and Estate Agent provides landlord property management services in Newcastle upon Tyne and surrounding areas, including let only, full property management and facilities management services.

For more information, or if you would like to discuss renting or investing with us, call 0191 243 1000, or visit our Percy Street Office.

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