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.

However, our lettings team, HM Lettings, offer a unique and rewarding proposition for those who rent out properties or are set to do so.

As part of the Member Rewards initiative – which includes a series of cashback offers and discounts for members who are in the ‘savings habit’ and have at least £500 in an account – there are now additional benefits to doing lettings business with The Nottingham.

Any qualifying member looking to rent a property can gain from a 20% discount on standard fully managed fees. There’s also £25 cashback available on a landlord insurance policy taken out via us.

Added to that, anyone looking to grow their property portfolio can also ‘cash in’ on fee-free mortgage advice from the society (typically £249) if they are a qualifying member.

Lettings operations manager Stephen Reade said: “The Nottingham, of which HM Lettings is an integral part, prides itself on its members and that’s why we introduced the Member Rewards proposition, which is unique in the financial services sector.

“The lettings team are delighted to be a part of it and to be able to potentially reward our current qualifying landlords and those that we work with moving forward.

“We are absolutely determined to provide the best level of service to our landlords and to manage their properties excellently – for them and for their tenants. However, it’s really pleasing to be able to add a bit of icing on the cake by being able to offer them something back for trusting us in looking after their assets.”

HM Lettings operations manager Stephen Reade

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