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    Can anyone recommend a trustworthy, efficient and reasonably priced letting agent offering full management services covering East Hull? An agent who replies promptly to tenants and landlords, and who can arrange good quality repairs at fair prices when necessary.

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    My advice would be, if at all possible, to manage yourself and find your own reliable tradesmen. A Facebook 'my local area' type group would be a good place to start if you can't find trades by personal recommendation.

    You could find the best agent ever, but if they employ a complete muppet and assign them to your properties, you've effectively got the worst agent ever.

    Use a website like OpenRent to find your tenants (others are available, but that's the one I use)

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      #3
      Apologies for the late follow up. Beswick, thank you for your advice, much appreciated.

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