Partners

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The team network has hundreds of independently run agents across the country offering a multi-agency service for a sole agency fee.

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National Association of Estate Agents

The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) is the UK's leading professional body for estate agency. Its members practice across all aspects of property both in the UK and overseas, including residential and commercial sales and lettings, property management, business transfer, auctioneering and land. The Association was established with the goal of upholding good practice and high professional standards in the UK. Today, its key roles include providing help and guidance for property professionals across a broad spectrum of disciplines, while continually campaigning to make the property market more efficient and user-friendly for the home buying and selling public.

National Association of Estate Agents

Rightmove

Rightmove has over 800,000 properties for sale and over 300,000 properties to rent throughout the UK, allowing you to see more. We list a wide range of houses, flats, new homes and retirement homes. Rightmove makes it easy for you to find property for sale in your area!

Rightmove

The Property Ombudsman (TPO)

The Property Ombudsman (TPO) provides fair and reasonable resolutions to disputes between members of the public and estate agents who are members of the TPO Scheme or who have registered with the TPO Approved Estate Agents Redress Scheme. Firms who are members, follow the TPO Code of Practice for Residential Sales.

The Property Ombudsman (TPO)

Zoopla

Zoopla.co.uk is the UK's most comprehensive property website, focused on empowering consumers with the resources they need to make better-informed property decisions. We help our users make sense of the residential property market by combining property listings with market value data, local information and community tools.

Zoopla

Tenant Deposit Scheme for Regulated Agents (TDSRA)

Tenants in the private sector give their landlords a deposit against possible dilapidations or damage to the property. When a tenancy comes to an end, there is usually no disagreement about the return of the deposit. But sometimes there is, and this can cause much hardship and inconvenience to both the landlord and the tenant. The Tenancy Deposit Scheme for Regulated Agents (TDSRA) has been developed to ensure that the deposits they hold are protected and that disputes about their return are resolved swiftly, inexpensively and impartially.

Tenant Deposit Scheme for Regulated Agents (TDSRA)