- Landlord Referral Program
Landlord Referral Program
The Landlords Choice Property Management rewards you for every successful landlord recommendation. Most of our new clients are referred to us by our existing landlords and tenants due to our professional service and successful results. Do you know friends, business contact, colleagues, neighbours or family who can benefit from The Landlords Choice Property Management service, why not introduce them to us!
By referring potential clients, you are not only earning reward for yourself but you are referring a value for money service to your contacts where honesty and transparency are guaranteed. It is a win–win scenario for you and your referred contact.
The Landlords Choice Property Management referral program is open to anyone who would like to recommend or refer a landlord. Its easy… refer a landlord to us and upon the successful The Landlords Choice Property Management in place, you will be eligible for receiving a £100.00 cash reward.
Refer a landlord is easier than you think
- To refer a landlord to us, please register by completing the below referral section, a member of The Landlords Choice Property Management will be in contact.
- Speak to the person being referred, to let them know The Landlords Choice Property Management will be in touch.
- If the person being referred accepts our full management service, The Landlords Choice Property Management will give you £100.00 on service agreement completion.
Terms and Conditions
- You must ask the permission of the person you are referring before confirming their personal details
- The person being referred will need to sign up to our management service.
- The offer of £100.00 will only be honoured, once a service agreement has commenced and received first months fee.
- Landlords who already use our The Landlords Choice Property Management services are still eligible for the incentive and can use this against their next service agreement fee.
- You can refer as many people as your wish; however the incentive is based on ‘per landlord’ not ‘per property’