Lyndsay Abbott established Abbott Property Management back in February 1980. With a background in general administration and organisation, the company ethos has been to offer a professional service on a personal basis.
The company has developed and thrived within an ever-changing market. During the 1980?s there was very little law governing lettings, however, as legislation was introduced to protect both tenants and landlords, the company incorporated this and has kept abreast of all legal requirements as they come into practice. The team quickly grew and in 1995 Lyndsay?s youngest daughter, Sally Hendry, joined the company concentrating on accounts and block management. In 2006 Lyndsay?s eldest daughter, Clair Foster, also joined the company and dealt with marketing in addition to supporting the everyday running of the business.
Clair and Sally are both directors of the company. The established business has built a reliable reputation that without the help and support of Letting Manager Debbie Rhodes would not be possible.
Over the years the business has seen enormous changes in the lettings industry, not only developing upon necessary expertise but also regulating the business to give greater protection to all concerned. We are proud to have celebrated 40 years in the business and look forward to a continued and successful future.
We are proud to have attained several industry accreditations which help us ensure that our service is the best it can possibly be. We are members of ARLA Propertymark which means we meet higher industry standards than the law demands and strictly adhere to their regulations, ensuring that we only provide a first-class service and offer you the best possible advice. We are also members of The Property Ombudsman, The Dispute Service and backed by a Client Money Protection (CMP) scheme which guarantees your money is always protected.
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- Propertymark - landlords and tenants
- Client Money Protection certificate
- Propertymark - Conduct and membership rules