Landlord Referencing is alive and kicking!

Landlord Referencing is alive and kicking!

Landlord Referencing Services will not be attending The Landlord & Letting Show @ The Barbican, but this does not mean anything is wrong; in fact, quite the opposite.

This year Landlord Referencing will not be attending The Landlord & Letting Show @ The Barbican (London) due to continued dedication and commitment to our existing community of landlords and letting agents.

Coupled with the upcoming launch of our newest product (whereby a tenant will be able to add their rental payments to their credit file in-order to repair their credit history), working closely with a new & innovative online property portal service designed especially for DSS tenants (DSS Move), taking on Credit Union partners (in a bid to prepare landlords, agents and tenants for the impending welfare reform) AND our partnership with Neighbourhood Watch (press release coming soon) we are just too busy to attend the upcoming show.

Having already attended two Barbican shows, if you have ever met Paul or Samii you will know that they have to take almost 3 days out to do them; taking up alot of time, effort and money – which, at the moment, must be directed at the website and our existing members.

We are also extremely happy to announce that Landlord Referencing Services has been short-listed for 3 of the coveted 2012/13 Landlord and Letting Awards, in the following categories:

  • Customer Service
  • Innovation
  • Public Service/Not for profit

So, to all those that will be attending the Landlord & Letting Show @ The Barbican we hope you have a great time and hope to see you at the next one!

Related topics:

Property Investor / Business Show, ExCeL, 2012 Interview

Grand Property Show | Watford FC | March 2012.

Landlord Referencing (NEC 2011)

Exclusive Property Investor Show Exhibition Interview (2011)

Samii’s Landlord & Letting Show, Birmingham NEC, 2011.

Paul’s Property Investor Show 2011

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Author: News @ Tenant Referencing

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