Renting in Leicestershire

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    Reddington Homes deliver a personal and professional residential lettings and management service to Landlords and Tenants in Leicestershire.

    Our aim is to work with Tenants who respect their Landlord's asset and Landlords who recognise that their property is also a home.

    Katy Reddington has 16 years experience as an estate agent and new homes advisor. Katy owns and manages her own portfolio of properties, alongside those owned by selected clients.


    Insurance

    Reddington Homes offer Landlord and Tenant Insurance via The Let Alliance policy which comes with some fantastic cover benefits & options. Click the appropriate banner for a quote.

    Landlord Insurance

    The Let Alliance policy comes with some fantastic cover benefits & options, including NIL EXCESS and Malicious Damage cover and as well as 90 days unoccupancy cover.

    Click here for an insurance quote

    Tenant Insurance

    The Let Alliance policy has been designed specifically for use by Tenants and provides you with comprehensive cover with NIL EXCESS payments!

    Click here for an insurance quote

     

    Our Latest News

    • Angry buy to let investors launch petition against council licensing

      Angry landlords in Shropshire have set up an online petition against local council proposals to introduce selective licensing.    The Wrekin Landlords Association says Telford and Wrekin council’s scheme to licence private landlords in seven locations - at £160 a time - will raise £1.2m for the authority but will ultimately be...

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    • Quarter of London letting agents report rent falls

      Rent increases have slowed in London with only eight per cent of agents reporting increases last month - and a quarter reporting falls.    Across the country as a whole 25 per cent of agents reported rent increases and 10 per cent saw drops in February.   The data comes from the latest Association...

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