Estate agents run with colourful idea
Four caring estate agents are looking forward to painting London red (and blue, yellow, green and an array of other colours) soon to raise money for The Helping Harry Trust.
Estate agent’s heart set on Mr England crown
Market Harborough could soon proudly boast its very own Mr England - if our estate agent Zachary Oldershaw lands the gong in the national final.
Unique rewards for landlords
The world of retail offers a glut of loyalty cards and online discount codes but there is not usually any extra benefit to using a letting agency, other than utilising the services they provide.
Bride’s pride in Harrison Murray
When Angela Troughton married husband Ian the last thing she expected was her estate agent to be a well-wisher at the church on the big day.
What represents a good rental yield?
Rental yields have always been an extremely important metric when seeking an investment or letting a current property and are key to making a sound financial decision.
Blinding support for local school
Our lettings team proved their expertise in spotting a window(s!) of opportunity with their support for a West Bridgford school.
From royalty to loyalty for Cambridgeshire couple
Husband and wife Mike and Jo Taylor have rubbed shoulders with royalty, but when it comes to making the most of their finances it’s loyalty that’s the key.
Communication the key to unlocking chain
When shop fitting company manager Steve Roizer contacted the Syston branch of Harrison Murray Estate Agency (part of The Nottingham) for help in selling his house little did he know what was in store.
Lettings team awarded prestigious national benchmark
Landlords and tenants who choose HM Lettings have extra peace of mind that they are in safe hands after they achieved prestigious industry recognition.
Budget boost allowing first-time buyers to put their stamp on a property
We believe people can more confidently look to get their foot on the first rung of the property ladder following the announcement that stamp duty has been removed for first-time buyers purchasing homes costing £300,000 or less.