We are Dorset's Leading Letting Agent - Our Ethos: Simply, 'to be the best at what we do'. - Specialists - Property letting and management is our only business. This allows us to concentrate on what we do best.
ARLA licensed - Every Dorset Lettings office is licensed by ARLA (the Association of Residential Letting Agents) and is a member of The Property Ombudsman Scheme. ARLA is the industry's governing body which sets, promotes and polices industry standards and best practice. Licensed ARLA agents must comply with ARLA's regulations and strict code of practice, which includes stringent rules regarding the handling of clients' monies and tenants' deposits.
ARLA trained and qualified staff - ARLA defines and controls the profession's training and examination programmes. The industry qualification, The Technical Award in Residential Lettings is an exacting four-part programme of study and examination. It is comprehensive and demanding and has greatly enhances the standing of the profession and those qualified and practising within it.
We use our office network to market properties, offer tenants greater choice and find suitable tenants for properties more quickly.
The area covered by this office, known as the South Dorset office, extends from Weymouth and Portland north to Dorchester, east to Osmington and west to Swyre and Puncknowle, taking in the villages south of the A35. Weymouth is well connected by road and rail, with easy access to the Channel Islands and France. In addition, Bournemouth International Airport is only an hour's drive away.
Weymouth Bay, with its attractive Georgian facade and lovely sandy beach is popular with families. The picturesque harbour and the new marina provide excellent facilities for both visitors and locals. The new town centre development incorporates a variety of good stores, a new 9 screen cinema and many new wine bars and eating establishments.
Portland is well known for its quarries which provide stone for many national building projects, and the area is particularly popular with divers, bird watchers and walkers. Since the withdrawal of the Royal Navy the port location is developing as a thriving business centre.