We are residential letting and full managing agents covering South and West Cambridgeshire UK. Our sole aim is to provide high quality customer service to help individuals and companies find the property they are searching for and to assist landlords in keeping occupancy rates high by retaining good responsible tenants. Our substantial property portfolio is of excellent quality and we have the experience resources and skills to deliver what landlords and tenants require.
In uncertain times your money is safe with Kentish Property Management
With ever increasing numbers of company failures it is natural for people to worry about their money and who exactly they are placing their money and trust with. When you rent with Kentish Property you can be confident that your deposit and rent payments made to us are safe. It should be reassuring to know that Kentish Property is not reliant on any bank to provide trading funds. In addition, the company is licensed by the National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS) contributes to a client money protection policy held by (NALS) to safeguard client money against misappropriation or fraud. Kentish also belongs to the property ombudsmen scheme for lettings; in fact Kentish Property has no less than four areas of regulation surrounding its operation to consumers.
Rental trends � higher mortgage deposits people continue to see renting as practical and flexible
Overall demand for rental property remains positive as the realities of higher mortgage deposit requirements and the reduced supply of mortgage finance make it more challenging than ever to get into property ownership. Is there a cultural change afoot in the UK? With a very much smaller percentage of rental houses compared with owner occupier compared to other European countries where renting is even more popular,
research suggests the popularity of renting in the UK should continue to build. This coupled with early stage evidence of a shortage of smaller properties to buy has we feel contributed to the continuing demand for quality rental property. Generally speaking rents have held up well in this location with upward pressure on rent values due to increased demand due to the slow down in house building, reduced supply of suitable residential mortgage finance and continuing uncertainties on the homes sales market