The property management franchise will continue to offer these services, even when no longer required by law, and is dedicated to making all customers feel safe in post-restriction Britain.
No Letting Go made many different service changes and adaptations during the pandemic, from social distancing to other preventative measures like masks, increased sanitization and reduction of social contact. One example of the COVID-safe way in which No Letting Go is currently operating is the fact that tenants are no longer present for any stage of the property reporting cycle, including inventory, mid-term check up and check out.
Though these adjustments were always aimed to be short term, the property management franchise recently confirmed to its clients that COVID safe services will still be available after July 19th, the currently planned date for the lifting of restrictions in the UK.
No Letting Go’s Head of Operations, Justine Tomlinson, shared her thoughts on the situation, saying, “As we move into a phase of personal responsibility towards the risks of COVID, service companies need to account for individual circumstances. [...] COVID will be with us for some time to come and we need to ensure that all customers feel safe even when restrictions are lifted.”
To become a franchisee with No Letting Go, protecting the rights and wellbeing of landlords and tenants alike, you’ll need to make a minimum investment of £17,950. After two years, your expected revenue as a No Letting Go franchisee is £80,000.
If you’re interested, but unable to source start-up funds, look into a bank loan, as most UK banks will lend potential franchisees between 50-70% of startup costs, assuming the franchise is reputable and the franchisee in question has a good credit history. Find out more about No Letting Go via its profile page, linked above.
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