Portfolio Building

Portfolio Building

Whether you are looking at your first investment or looking to add to your existing portfolio, Property Partners can be your eyes and ears to identify potential opportunities that fit your specific portfolio criteria. Who better to identify rental opportunities for you than a local letting agent that is looking to grow with you and actively invests in their portfolio?

We offer a free initial consultation where we will meet with you at the site to discuss your project, advise you on the full range of services we offer so that we can provide a detailed quote setting out fees and proposed timescales to meet your budget and requirements.

Trained Architectural Technicians, we have hands-on experience of working with clients in the domestic, commercial and agricultural sectors completing a range of projects from extensions and new build homes to commercial warehousing and agricultural steadings.

Why choose Property Partners?

  • As a provider of spaces, we take responsibility to act in a fair and trustworthy way to maximise the sustainable and profitable return on your portfolio.
  • Good communication is key – we provide you with regular periodic reports that allow you to make informed decisions on your current and future portfolio requirements.
  • We work with you to develop a clear understanding of your portfolio timeline, budget and specification requirements.
  • Maintaining awareness of these time and cost requirements, including identifying any necessary changes.
  • Incorporate new portfolio additions seamlessly into your existing property management, maintaining a consistency of service quality at all times.
  • As a Landlord you are always looking to improve your offering or return, likewise we are focused on continually developing our standards and service levels, not just meeting minimum regulatory requirements.
  • We will ask for your feedback and implement improvements.

Get in touch to discuss your specific portfolio requirements, after all, who does not like discussing all things property?