The offer cannot solely be redeemed if your property is currently marketed/managed by Kings Estates, however, if you successfully refer a new landlord to Kings Estates before 31st January 2023 who takes advantage of the 3 months FREE property management promotion you will then receive 3 months FREE property management service on your property.
If you are an existing Kings Estates landlord with multiple properties under our managed service, then the referral promotion will be applied to the property with the lowest rental figure.
Kings Estates reserves the right to refuse this offer on selected properties and may withdraw the promotion to new clients without prior notification.
Clients must sign up before the commencement of any marketing.
Offer is only applicable to a property for one-time use only. For the offer to be deemed valid, the property must be agreed to be ‘Fully Managed’ by us for a minimum of 12 months with no break clause within the tenancy agreement before 12 months.
Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer such as price-match, referral discounts, or any other promos that we have running.
The property to be managed needs to be in an area we cover.
This offer is only in place for any FRESH business introduced. If the client is already in our database, and we have had contact, or is a historic client, then the promotion will not normally be honoured.
After the expiry of the first 3 months (the free trial period) of the new original term of the tenancy, fees will revert to the Agreed Fees (not the offer fees).
The Offer Fees are only available once per landlord. No variations will be accepted to a ’No Property Management Fee for 3 months’ instruction unless authorised in writing by a Director of Kings Estates.
Should a tenant serve notice and the tenancy end before 12 months then providing the landlord re-lets through Kings Estates no charges will occur. If the landlord(s) does not re-let through us and they have agreed to tenant(s) leaving early (within first 12 months) then the landlord(s) will be invoiced for the free trial period that they have received.
The offer must be mentioned at the time of the instruction and no retrospective claims can be made.