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New branch bans tenant fees and gives discounts to public sector workers

A new branch of franchise agency Century 21 has opened in Chelmsford with two unusual pitches - its own ‘ban’ on fees to tenants, and a discount being offered to renters who work in the public sector.

The discount will apply to teachers, doctors, nurses, and emergency service workers, and anyone else working for local authorities, government or public institutions.

“I feel it’s only fair that we as a business say thank you to these tremendous people for all their hard work, effort and more importantly dedication for carrying on with their roles even with the increase of demand and strain on their services” says Century 21’s new Chelmsford franchisee, Ryan Duddell.

“I’ve always been interested in property and estate agency, but I decided that I didn’t want to work for someone else. My aim is to bring professionalism, competitive pricing, and better offerings to the local area of Chelmsford” he adds.

Chris Summers, head of sales and development for Century 21 UK comments: “The opening of our new branch in Chelmsford is further proof of Century 21 UK’s outstanding growth and evidence that it is maintaining its momentum as we start the final quarter of 2018.”

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    As they are not changing fees what are they discounting?

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    Maybe they are referring to the rent they charge - making up the difference between the actual and discounted rent they pay their landlord clients. I doubt it.

     
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    • 05 October 2018 09:15 AM

    it has to go to rent or cleaning if no management fees. why are the government targetting helpless individual landlord yet avoid the giants, the companies who does renting as well?

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