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London Marathon We are all so proud of our colleagues Marcus James and Jack Stevenson who competed in the London Marathon recently, both completing the 26-mile circuit in less than 5 hours.  Marcus was running to raise money for the British Heart Foundation and Jack, for Asthma UK.  Between the two runners they raised nearly £4,000.  A massive ‘well done’ to both of you!   Southend Hospital Charity Abseil – Tackle the Tower!
For those of you who are new to the lettings industry, Client Money Protection (CMP) is a scheme ensuring that landlords and tenants are reimbursed in the event of a letting or managing agent going into administration.  The Client Money Protection (CMP) working group, recently published its latest report reviewing whether Client Money Protection should be made mandatory for letting and management agents.
Canvey Island coverage and Launch of New Landlords Helpdesk Launch of Landlord’s Helpdesk for Canvey Island Office We’re also pleased to let you know our recent expansion plans have included partnering with Anthony Quirk in Canvey Island.  We’re now offering lettings and block management services from a shared office located on the High Street.
Now covering Chafford Hundred! Following the success of our launch into a cost saving, flat rate pricing structure for everyone looking to sell, let or have a property managed in the local area, we are now excited to be expanding our reach geographically across Essex. Pace currently covers Southend, and many of the surrounding areas including Leigh on Sea, Shoeburyness, Thorpe Bay and Westcliff on Sea.  As part of our expansion plans, we’re looking to offer our services further afield and we’re pleased to announce we now operate in the Chafford Hundred area.
With the expectation of landlords getting the blame for those who are renting property not being able to afford to get on the housing ladder, I do feel that some sort of defence should be offered. Blaming landlords, following all the recent changes, simply isn’t fair. They're handy scapegoats for a lot of social issues which are not of their making. (I'll just climb on my soap box here!) Point 1 – Social Housing. Why on earth should council houses be sold? Surely that’s depleting stock for those most needing assistance?

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