ARLA Propertymark Regional Meeting – 19th September 2019

Sep, 20th 2019
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An amazing opportunity for AdvoCATS to put their case to many of the leading lettings agencies in the area – if you’d like us to visit your business with our Power Point presentation, drop us a line!

“AdvoCATS attended my East Midlands, ARLA Propertymark Regional Meeting in September and introduced members to the service they are able to provide, to help agents who are trying to house tenants with cats in the post Tenant Fee Act era. Several members expressed an interest in utilising their FREE service and we are hopeful that this will help lead to more happy tenants and landlords moving forwards.”
ARLA’s regional rep Nicol Nightingale-Spear


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