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Thinking of Selling or Renting your Property? You won't find another estate agent like us. We were crowned Best British Letting Agent in 2020 by the British Property Awards and are RICS associated and NAEA and ARLA registered. What a way to end our Summer of Love! We were delighted to welcome so many of you to our Open Air Film Night showing of 101 Dalmatians. A.

read more › Established in 1968, tlc Estate Agents has a long and proud heritage of being Earls Court, Kensington and Chelsea's leading property specialists. Having won GOLD in the British Property Awards four years running, we are different from other agencies you will have encountered. Of course we provide all the property services you would expect from a leading independent agent, including sales, lettings, property management and block management. Unlike many other agents, we take qualifications seriously.

read more › Use our Stamp Duty Calculator as a guide to calculate the rough rate you'll need to pay on your residential property purchase. Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a tax on properties purchased in the UK. The rate you pay will depend on where in the UK you buy your property - England and Northern Ireland share the same rates, whilst Scotland and Wales differ. The rate will vary based on the price of your property and your reason for buying it. When purchasing an additional residential property worth 40,000 or more, you will be required to pay an additional rate of Stamp Duty, even if the property you already own is abroad.

read more › Be as proactive as possible on presentation; think like a buyer, go through his/her process. See two images of the same room below. This didn't cost much to do at all: cosmetic accessories like rugs, flowers, wall art, cushions and ornaments make such a difference to a thumbnail image on Zoopla or Rightmove, as indeed they do in real life too. A touch of colour on top of a neutral background makes a house a home and buyers will start to imagine themselves living there. Especially for the photo shoot!

read more › Whilst the property market, legislation and standards continue to change, our commitment to providing only the highest levels of service to the landlords we represent remains the same. From rent collection to full property management, we can assist in all areas to ensure your lettings process runs stress-free. If you're looking for letting agents in Kensington and Chelsea, here's why you should choose us. Established in 1968, we're proud to be the area's leading family-owned agent. Throughout our 50-year history, we've remained unwaveringly committed to providing exceptional service and demonstrating our desire to always do things better.

read more › Finding a tenant is only the beginning! Here at tlc, we recognise that your rental property is one of your biggest assets and ensuring the tenancy is managed correctly is of the utmost importance. This is why we pride ourselves on having only highly qualified Property Managers, dedicated to making sure your tenancy runs smoothly from start to finish. Finding a suitable tenant for the property is our ultimate goal and our local & international marketing allows us to attract individuals and corporate relocations alike.

read more › Whether you are upsizing, downsizing or simply fancy a change, moving can be a stressful process. This is why, here at tlc, we pride ourselves on having highly qualified Lettings Consultants with exceptional knowledge, who can guide you through your search and help simplify the complicated paperwork associated with renting a property. Once you have made an offer on a property we will put this forward to the Landlord and negotiate so that mutually agreeable terms are reached. Once terms have been agreed, subject to Contracts and References, you will be asked for a holding deposit of 1 week's rent to secure the property and prevent it being shown to other applicants by tlc Real Estate Services Ltd (tlc).

read more › Keeping up with constantly evolving regulations can be a daunting task. This is why, here at tlc, we ensure our team are highly qualified and fully informed on any legislation changes as they come into force. In order to comply with the Health and Safety Executive's Code of Practice, tlc strongly advise that you carry out a risk assessment for legionnaire's disease. This is especially important if the property has an open water tank, cooling system or swimming pool. You should provide us with a copy of any written risk assessment that you have undertaken as soon as it is available.

read more › You see, at tlc Estate Agents we pride ourselves on providing a truly personal and bespoke service. We listen carefully to our clients' needs and understand that every building or flat is unique. We are passionate about property management and ensure that we maintain the highest standards possible for our clients. We are members of our main industry trade bodies and have Client Money Protection in place. It is important to us that all the properties we manage are nearby so that we can carry out regular inspections and provide a fast response to all queries.

read more › Whether you're an independent freeholder, property management company, developer or residential landlord, tlc Estate Agent's dedicated Block Management team provide an unparalleled service through their extensive experience and expertise. We understand that buildings require specialist, highly organised management with a huge helping of personable communication, and we are committed to providing the very best service so that we can help protect the investment that you have in your buildings.

read more › Here at tlc, we're firm believers that you never get a second chance to make the ultimate first impression. It's a philosophy we apply to everything we do, striving to get it right first time, every time. Arguably, when marketing your property for the sale or rental markets, this is even more poignant; which is where our Dressing & Home Staging Service comes in! Headed up by our chief interior specialist, Annie Young, we're transforming properties inside and out to create a lifestyle that prospective buyers can aspire to, bringing out the best of any space.

read more › Garden squares are one of the most brilliant and defining features of our capital. We're incredibly lucky to have many award-winning and exclusive green spaces right on our doorstep here in Earls Court; they're steeped in history and offer much-needed sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of busy London life. Each has its own set of defining features and all are home to various community events that we host throughout the year. Check out our Useful Stuff guide to keep up to date with what's happening.

read more › Barkston Gardens was originally built on the site of Earls Court House and was let in 1829 to Mary Bradbury to run as a private lunatic asylum for ladies! We found this picture at the Kensington & Chelsea archives of these lovely ladies dancing around the grounds with their pet cows. This was one of only three estates in Earls Court at the time; the rest of land was rural until the dramatic surge of building in the 1880s. John Roberts & James Whitaker built most of the houses here from 1886 to 1889.

read more › Bramham Gardens was unusually built by several different builders from 1883 to 1895 accounting for the varying architectural styles one can see in the square today. 1-18 were built by James Whitaker, who was also responsible for much of Barkston Gardens. These houses are actually on the same street as Bolton Gardens confusingly; heading East, Bramham is on your left hand side while Bolton is on your right! 19-27 were down to H.A. Matthews between 1885-6. Number 28 was constructed by E. & J.W. Sage in 1887, who also created 39-47 ten years later when they had more funds to do so.

read more › Nevern Square was named after the village of Nevern in Pembrokeshire, home of the Edwards Family and, in particular, the Victorian land owner Lord Kensington (who owned most of Earls Court at one time!). Many other streets such as Philbeach, Trebovir and Penywern in Earls Court can also been seen on a map of Pembrokeshire. Built between 1880 and 1886 by Robert and George Whitaker, the style of construction was known as the new 'domestic revival', and controversially contrasted to the surrounding white stucco streets.

read more › Philbeach Gardens was so named after a property in Pembrokeshire, the main home of Lord Kensington who owned the land, and indeed most of Earls Court in the late 1800s. The beautiful crescent shaped communal garden at the centre of Philbeach, was originally designed to be a large mews - thank goodness that plan was altered! Between 1876 and 1882, George Mineard built numbers 1-31, 64-73 & 89-110 in the same white stucco style of his earlier work in Lexham Gardens. At the end of this phase, Mineard began building Brechin Place and decided to finish off 74-86 and 60-63 in a similar red brick fashion.

read more › Established in 1968, tlc Estate Agents has a long and proud heritage of being Earls Court, Kensington and Chelsea's leading property specialists. Having won GOLD in the British Property Awards four years running, we are different from other agencies you will have encountered. Our team needs an enthusiastic, dynamic, superbly organised and committed individual who can help our successful Block Management department. You will be working with the team to ensure the department is organised and effective, and that we build the very best relationships with leaseholders and freeholders.

read more › Take a peek at The Redcliffe Residence - a fabulous film star getaway, refurbished to the highest of specifications. The Earls Courtiers transformed Barkston Gardens into a spectacular musical theatre for four summer nights. Our very own Singing Estate Agent was featured in Channel 4's Million Pound Properties series. Catch the episode on the All 4 website. Toby has been a feature on international screens too as a presenter/broker on House Hunters International!

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