The Letting Vision business package helps ambitious people who would like to learn how to start a letting agency. Setting up a letting agency in the UK requires no qualifications and can be operated either from home or an office, part or full time.
If your ambition is to start a letting agency, either as a brand new venture or alongside your current business, then this is the opportunity for you.
As demand for the rental property continues to surge, and given that the current market conditions look set to continue for the foreseeable future, there has never been a better time to become a Letting Agent in the UK.
It is also the ideal way to enter into the estate agency market in general, as it provides a reliable and solid financial foundation to build from. With over 50 year’s collective industry experience, well established and nationally approved agents Propertynest have created an unrivaled business opportunity within the estate agency sector, enabling any individual from any working background, the opportunity to set up in days.
Just some of the benefits to setting up a letting agency business…
- Fantastic earning potential of over £100k per annum
- Ongoing Residual Income
- Massive, booming industry
- No qualifications or previous business experience necessary
- Can be run full-time or part-time, from home or office
- Quick start-up and immediate cash-flow
- Collect your fees from rental income
- A Reliable Solid Asset
Within our current business plans, we needed to extend our market portfolio to include property lettings. Having researched the market thoroughly for the best training, operating manuals and documents available for purchase, we decided to choose Letting Vision. As an operational agent we felt reassured that all of their material and systems would be up to date, modern and of a very high standard and suitable for current times. We would like to congratulate Letting Vision on a great product that comes with an excellent professional service.
Goodchilds Estate Agents & LettingsMidlands Lettings Agency of the Year 2015