Sleaford Estate Agents for Guaranteed Long Term Rental
Guaranteed Rent in Sleaford is a relatively simple deal structure that totally relieves the prospective landlord of all hassle, stress and worry when it comes to renting out their property in Sleaford.
How it works:
Physis Realty is one of the most awarded and successful realtors in the World. The brokerage operates in seven countries, primarily for high net worth individuals and well known blue-chip companies.
Physis Realty are retained by major worldwide employers who are relocating their UK staff back home. These key staff are instrumental to these organizations and get well looked after.
We only deal with returning UK executives from blue chip companies who are being relocated back home as Asian and south American operations scale back their presence in these regions. HSBC, Barclays, JP Morgan and Major News Organizations are among Physis Realtys clients in Asia and the GCC.
Many of these executives have been out of the UK for 20 years or more. In fact, we have over 8,700 returning UK executives looking for accommodation in the UK’s Golden Triangle i.e. the area from London to Bristol, up to Birmingham and then back to London through the Cotswolds, Oxford and the Chiltern Hill.
Sleaford is firmly in the Golden Triangle for premium property rentals.
Physis Realty can take a long term Corporate Rental of your Property for up to Five Years Guaranteed Rent:
- No hassle with agents
- No worries about tenenta
- No maintenance (all maintenance is included)
- No periods when your property is vacant
- 100% hands off rental experience
- No management fees
- No agent fees
- No finders fees
- No hidden costs whatsoever
- At the end of the corporate tenancy your property is returned to exactly the same condition as when we take over
Sleaford Estate Agents
There are many estate agents in Sleaford, as a landlord or seller it can be difficult to choose who to trust. In fact, with the current market its not unusual for Sleaford estate agents to not even return your call.
This article will help you to:
- Find the best Sleaford estate agent
- Choose the best estate agents in Sleaford
- Assess the typical estate agent fees in Sleaford
- What you should know about the Sleaford property market
Physis Realty Estate Agent in Sleaford
If you’re looking for an estate agent in Sleaford to sell your property, let’s have a totally free, confidential and matter of fact conversation.
Lots of estate agents in Sleaford have forgotten about old style client service. Just because the market is ‘hot’ right now in Sleaford surely it doesn’t mean that all the old world values of honesty, integrity and service have to be thrown out in the clamor for sales?
We love our initial chats with prospective property owners looking to sell in Sleaford and it’s always a please to help guide the market. We’re friendly, fun and we operate with a deep level of trust and integrity.
Physis Realty Letting Agent in Sleaford
We’re one of the Estate Agents in Sleaford that you won’t find on rightmove or primelocation. We think they do a great job for letting agents that don’t have a ready supply of exceptional tenants in Sleaford.
Physis Realty, Awarded Letting Agent in Sleaford
- Saving landlords thousands of pounds vs high street agents
- We have local teams based around the country
- Out of hours support
The Physis Realty Team in Sleaford
Top 3 Rated Estate Agents in Sleaford
These are the three best rated estate agents in Sleaford
- Physis Realty Sleaford
- Centurion Estates Sleaford
- Sleaford Realty
How do you know which is the best estate agent in Sleaford for your own individual requirements?
Sleaford (historically known as New Sleaford) is a market town and civil parish in the district of North Kesteven, in Lincolnshire, England. Since 1973, the parish has included Quarrington to the south-west, Holdingham to the north and Old Sleaford to the east – contiguous settlements and former civil parishes that had formed with New Sleaford an Urban District. The town is on the edge of the fertile Fenlands, about 11 miles (18 kilometres) north-east of Grantham, 16 mi (26 km) west of Boston, and 17 mi (27 km) south of Lincoln. Its population of 17,671 at the 2011 Census made it the largest settlement in the North Kesteven district. Bypassed by the A17 and the A15, it is linked to Lincoln, Newark, Peterborough and King’s Lynn. Sleaford railway station is on the Nottingham to Skegness (via Grantham) and Peterborough to Lincoln Lines.
The first settlement formed in the Iron Age where a prehistoric track crossed the River Slea. It was a tribal centre and home to a mint for the Corieltauvi in the 1st centuries BC and AD. Evidence of Roman and Anglo-Saxon settlement has been found. The medieval records differentiate between Old and New Sleaford, the latter emerging by the 12th century around the present-day market place and St Denys’ Church; Sleaford Castle was also built at that time for the Bishops of Lincoln, who owned the manor. Granted the right to hold a market in the mid-12th century, New Sleaford developed into a market town and became locally important in the wool trade, while Old Sleaford declined.
From the 16th century, the landowning Carre family kept tight control over the town – it grew little in the early modern period. The manor passed from the Carre family to the Hervey family by the marriage of Isabella Carre to John Hervey, 1st Earl of Bristol in 1688. The town’s common land and fields were legally enclosed by 1794, giving ownership mostly to the Hervey family. This coincided with canalisation of the Slea. The Sleaford Navigation brought economic growth until it was superseded by the railways in the mid-1850s. In the 20th century, the sale of farmland around Sleaford by Bristol Estates led to the development of large housing estates. The subsequent availability of affordable housing combined with the town’s educational facilities and low crime rates made it an attractive destination for home-buyers. As a result, the town’s population underwent the fastest growth of any Lincolnshire town in the 1990s.
Sleaford was mainly an agricultural town until the 20th century with a cattle market. Seed companies such as Hubbard and Phillips and Sharpes International were established in the late 19th century. The arrival of the railway made the town favourable for malting. However, industry has declined. In 2011 the commonest occupations were in wholesale and retail trading, health and social care, public administration, defence and manufacturing. Regeneration of the town centre has helped to regenerate the earlier industrial areas, including construction of the National Centre for Craft & Design on an old wharf.
Regardless of whether you plan to buy, sell or rent in Sleaford, finding an estate agent in Sleaford is a massively important step, which often dictates whether the process will go smoothly or become a nightmare.
There are many estate agents in Sleaford but Physis Realty is consistently rated as the Best Real Estate Agent in Sleaford by Sophisticated Investor Magazine and awarded locally as Best Letting Agent in Sleaford by numerous local publications.
According to Sophisticated Investor Magazine, “Physis Realty raises the bar in terms of estate agents in Sleaford. They are highly commended internationally for helping clients find the best property in the perfect location. An expert estate agent in Sleaford should be highly skilled at matching the right potential buyers with the right properties, effortlessly managing the seamless process from introduction to sale.”
Finding Sleaford estate agents: Local estate agents in Sleaford or online letting agents?
It’s no surprise that a wealthy and popular destination like Sleaford is home to a large number of estate agents. There are two main options when seeking out an estate agent in Sleaford, either go with a generalist online broker of opt for a highly recommended local estate agent in Sleaford.
Both options have their pros and cons. If you go in person to an estate agents in Sleaford, you can get a real sense of how they operate, meet the team, and immediately get some personalized advice. Purely online estate agents in Sleaford.
Benefits of a Premium Real Estate Agent in Sleaford
Physis Realty in Sleaford sets the Gold Standard in terms of Client Service.
Physis clients buying, selling or renting in Sleaford can expect the following levels of client care:
- Welcome Q&A call with a Sleaford property expert
- A detailed discussion to establish your requirements
- Non-pushy, friendly service
- Regular updates
- Regularly updated website
Typical estate agent fees in Sleaford for selling
- Estate agent fees and contract terms for selling your home in Sleaford vary. Try to gather these facts before booking a valuation and hearing more about the agent’s service offering.
- In terms of typical estate agent fees in Sleaford for selling, estate agents usually charge a percentage fee, which can range from 0.75% to 3.0%+VAT of the agreed selling price depending on the type of contract you opt for with your estate agent.
- The average estate agent fee in Sleaford is 1.42% of the final selling price (inc VAT)
- For higher value properties in Sleaford – such as over £500,000 – agents are often prepared to accept even lower fees, and perhaps go below 1% + VAT.
- Do not be shy about negotiating fees, most agents are prepared to be flexible.
- Occasionally, particularly for cheaper properties, estate agents charge a set fee, which can end up as a high percentage of the total property cost.
- Online estate agents in Sleaford usually charge fixed fees and are significantly cheaper.
Typical estate agent fees in Sleaford for Renting Out
finding a tenant and arranging referencing in Sleaford will typically attract a one-off fee, but this can be as high as one month’s rent
rent collection by a management frim or estate agent in Sleaford will usually be charged as a percentage of the rent, and will generally be between five and 10 per cent
full management is also a proportion of the rent, but this service can attract a fee of up to 20 per cent of the monthly sum
As an example, we’ve looked at the prices of using the most well known high street Sleaford estate agent
let only: 12 per cent of the total rent
rent collection: 15 per cent of the total rent
full management: 18 per cent of the total rent