Estates and Lets London E14 8BP Letting Agent

Estates and Lets
Limehouse Wharf Flat 1, 148 Narrow Street
London
Greater London
E14 8BP
Tel: 
Mob:  07958 935 221
Our Company

Formed in 2000, Estates & Lets provide a complete service from finding the right deal, arranging the finances, offering advice on finances to finding a tenant and then the management of the property. We often buy a large quantity of apartments in a single development and are able to offer our investors substantial discounts on their purchases.

Our office is based in Limehouse which is conveniently located for Canary Wharf, Wapping, Docklands, Bow, Bethnal Green and Stratford.

We have a team of friendly, professional consultants and negotiators that have extensive knowledge of the East London property market.

Estates & Lets make buy-to-let property investment easy, offering an opportunity to accumulate both income and capital growth in the medium to long term. As the recent rises in values confirm, property has consistently out-performed other popular investment such as the Stock Market.

Over the last 30 years property prices have risen every year except between 1990 and 1993.

Our expertise and in-depth knowledge of property and its investment potential places us in a position to manage the entire process for you. We offer a wide range of services to suit the individual needs of clients.

Dramatic changes are taking place within Canary Wharf and the surrounding areas. As the working and residential population increases, the area will continue to grow into a thriving, living and working environment. There are a vast range of leading International companies enjoying the highest quality building facilities within London's newest district.

Estates & Lets, located in the heart of London's Docklands, have a wealth of experience in investments, sales and letting markets spanning many years.

We specialises in:
Investments
Off Plan Developments
Valuations and Marketing
Rental Valuations and Marketing
Financial Services
Furnishings
Inventory Service