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New Business set up to preserve property investments in Tunbridge Wells

Press Release: December 10, 2009

With the strong demand for rental properties (according to a recent RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors) Lettings Survey, in the three months to July, tenant demand for rental property continued to increase), a Tunbridge Wells based entrepreneur has set up a dedicated inventory management company, to protect the property assets of local landlords.

And with the number of tenancy disputes escalating, (The Tenancy Deposit Scheme reported 6,491 disputes in 2007 8, this is likely to reach 12,000 in 2008 -9) new business owner John Botting believes the timing could not be better to remind both first time and established landlords on the importance of a professional, high quality inventory management service to protect any long-term property investments. In fact, the company is so confident that its inventories will stand up to scrutiny at the deposit schemes arbitration that it is offering an exclusive money back guarantee in the event of any case failing at arbitration due to insufficient detail.

No Letting Go Tunbridge Wells represents an unbiased and completely neutral approach to inventory management. The company was founded to deliver a detailed and highly professional inventory management offering to specialist letting agents and professional landlords looking for a premium service to protect their managed properties.

John, an ex policeman has an excellent knowledge of the property sector, having previously been involved in running a property magazine / property listing web site, in Thailand for six years. Keen to exploit his understanding and experience of the property sector, but mindful of the impact of the current economic downturn John recognised the potential of establishing a business which serviced the flourishing lettings industry.

In addition to the documented growth in the rental sector further anecdotal evidence points to an increase in 'accidental' landlords - owner-occupiers who have to move away but are seeking to let out their homes and ride out the market hiatus rather than sell them immediately at a loss. Balancing these industry trends with the fact that the town of Tunbridge Wells and surrounding areas (including Sevenoaks, Tonbridge, Paddock Wood) boasts a healthy rental market, thanks to the regular influx of professionals locating to the area which is within an easy commute to London, John felt there was a clear opportunity to develop a dedicated inventory management business for local landlords and letting agents.

No Letting Go is committed to the delivery of a highly professional, quality service that offers consistency, reliability, accuracy and attention to detail. Commenting on the launch of the business, John Botting says the reaction we receive from letting agents / landlords when we present the quality and detail of our service offering is always 100% positive. As a business, No Letting Go is establishing a new standard for excellence in the delivery of a premium inventory management service.

In addition to the handling of property inventories we are also involved in the professional checking in and out of tenants, property inspections and development of snagging reports. We pride ourselves on the fact that all No Letting Go Inventory Clerks undergo rigorous and comprehensive training designed to equip them with the required in-depth understanding of both the lettings and property inventory sectors and are trained to the very highest industry standards. Our money back guarantee demonstrates our strong belief in the unrivalled quality of the service we provide - which we believe will become a strong factor influencing the future growth of the business.

No Letting Go Tunbridge Wells can be contacted on 0845 659 9985, or at http://www.nolettinggo.co.uk

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For more information, please contact:

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Tel: 0845 659 99800845 659 9980

Email: nolettinggo.co.uk@gmail.comnolettinggo.co.uk@gmail.com

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