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    Any Landlord's in Reading, Bristol or Shrewsbury

    Hi there,

    Do any landlords on the forum have any currently vacant properties in the above towns?

    I'm currently helping tenants in each of those areas looking for homes and if you have a suitable property please let me know. You can find their details, price range, property type and more info at letconnect.com. I must stress that I am NOT a letting agent and I am not looking to sign up anyone to any type of contract.

    Alternatively please contact me via the forum or feel free to email me at paul.mackay@letconnect.com.

    I hope that you can help.

    Many thanks

    Paul
    Paul Mackay

    letconnect.com

    #2
    Originally posted by paulmackay View Post
    I'm currently helping tenants in each of those areas looking for homes and if you have a suitable property please let me know. You can find their details, price range, property type and more info at letconnect.com. I must stress that I am NOT a letting agent and I am not looking to sign up anyone to any type of contract.
    So what is your role then, please?
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      #3
      Originally posted by jeffrey View Post
      So what is your role then, please?
      paul.mackay@<span style="color:Red">...com</b></span>.

      Bloody great innit....

      "I am NOT a letting agent"
      well what the hells your WEBSITE DO.... LETCONNECT.COM

      DUGGGH?
      What i write is what i think....If you need solid info PAY A SOLICITOR!!

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        #4
        Like I said. In my earlier post, I have a couple of people looking to find a landlord with vacant homes in the above areas. If you have a vacant property and would like me to pass on the details of such property then please let me know or if you would like to know a little more about them first, then let me know.

        I am not asking for a contract or money or an introducer's fee or anything else. If you do not have a vacant property in the above area then you don't need to respond.

        Regards

        Paul
        Paul Mackay

        letconnect.com

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          #5
          What you probably have not realised is that just because you are trying to do somebody a favour you are acting as an introducer, and as such are acting as agent for the prospective tenants. Unfortunately you can't just decide on your own status; it's governed by what you actually do!
          The advice I give should not be construed as a definitive answer, and is without prejudice or liability. You are advised to consult a specialist solicitor or other person of equal legal standing.

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