How do I recieve Landlord Instructions

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    How do I recieve Landlord Instructions

    Can anyone come up with any ideas how I obtain Landlords Instructions
    whats and where is the best places to advertise.

    Not having much joy as yet

    #2
    A bit vague! What services are you marketing and to whom?
    For instance, are you:
    a. a letting agent;
    b. an insurance agent; or
    c. a flats' management agent?
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      #3
      If you can expand on what you are looking for MissyJ, I am sure there will be somebody who can assist.

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        #4
        Thank you Red40

        I need asistance how can you help?

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          #5
          Help!!

          I am a Letting Agent and was wondering how others obtain property instuctions to Manage and let Property for landlords I have had some
          luck but I need things to flow any Ideas?

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            #6
            Advertise and promote your business as best you can. Attend some LL get-to-gathers ( Some council do this ) join your local LL's association, Hob-nob and mingle.
            But the best way ( in the long run ) is offer a first rate service at a great price, that was the business will keep coming back to you.

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              #7
              Sound advice

              Thank -You

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                #8
                A thorough perusal of all the posts on this site concerning letting agents will give you a good idea as to what and what not to do. Holding a technical qualification in the lettings business is an extremely good idea as is membership of ARLA or NEA or one of the other similar bodies.

                P.P.
                Any information given in this post is based on my personal experience as a landlord, what I have learned from this and other boards and elsewhere. It is not to be relied on. Definitive advice is only available from a Solicitor or other appropriately qualified person.

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                  #9
                  Thank you
                  I think this site is great
                  Thanks

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