Connells Lettings has its best month on record

The rental market in Leamington Spa is so buoyant this summer that awardwinning lettings agent Connells achieved its most successful month on record in June.

The Euston Place office, which opened in 2009, managed its unprecedented success last month as tenants returned to the market in force with rental activity increasing apace this year.

Busy staff at the thriving branch helped a record number of customers secure properties during June and demand continues to outstrip supply in the area.

Selina Egan, lettings manager for Connells in Leamington, said: “We have seen an incredible spike in market activity in the past few weeks and this has accounted for broken records and an overflow of customers at our branch.”

Demand for rental homes in Leamington is so strong at present that Connells is letting many properties within days of their instruction, says Selina.

She added: “Leamington remains popular with a wide range of tenants in 2013 for a number of reasons. Our historic town hosts sustainable employers and has strong commuter links by road and rail.

“Leamington railway station links to London Marylebone in just over an hour, making the town an attractive option even for capital commuters.”

Connells’ lettings manager is also quick to note how the huge upturn in demand for homes this year represents a fantastic opportunity for property investors and existing landlords in the area, particularly those looking to fill two bedroom furnished flats and also three and four bedroom family houses.

“We have an incredibly healthy waiting list at present and a host of applicants are waiting for rental homes to come onto the market,” said Selina. “Current landlords or anyone interested in investing in property in the region can take advantage of this huge demand by contacting Connells as soon as possible.”

If you are a tenant seeking accommodation or a landlord looking to invest, contact Connells on 01926 428107 or email: [email protected]

Pictured: Selina Egan.

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