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BUILD Magazine has awarded Royston & Lund Estate Agents ‘Best Local Lettings Agent - East Midlands’ in the 2016 Real Estate & Property Awards.
Now in its second year, the BUILD Magazine awards celebrates the very best companies, and the talented individuals behind them, that have shaped the built environment globally over the past twelve months.
This does not merely include those who physically work to create the buildings, such as architects and surveyors, but also those working behind the scenes to keep the market moving: the estate agents, property lawyers and financiers whose expertise ensures that the clients successfully climb the property ladder and find what they need at the top.
Nathan Angell, Awards Co-ordinator, expressed his pride in the award winners: “The real estate and property market is of vital importance to the overall construction market, and as such it is great to be able to turn the spotlight on Royston & Lund Estate Agents and I would like to wish them every success going forward.”
Upon receiving the award Stephanie Caine, Lettings Director says “We are proud to have won the Real Estate Award for the East Midlands area. As a local independent agent we are delighted that our focus on high customer service working alongside our expertise of the industry has been recognised in the East Midlands region. With the forever changing legal aspects within the private rental sector it is of great important to us to make sure we strive to achieve our goal of providing our landlords with knowledge and integrity which in turn helps us in delivering results.
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