Both private and social tenants will be able to sue their landlords for damp and cold living conditions as of the 20th March 2019, thanks to a new law.
Calling all Estate Agents!
Would you like to win £200?
Are you an Estate Agent based in the Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire area?
What would you do with £200?
Would you put it towards a new car, an exciting holiday or how about some dashing new clothes?
Croft Preservation are delighted to announce that for every successful referral we receive from Estate Agencies, we will enter you into our prize raffle draw which takes places every three months.
The next prize draw will take place on February 1st and will reoccur every quarter.
To be in with a chance of winning that £200 prize, all you need to do is to refer as much business to us as possible and every successful piece of business that we receive because of your referral, will be entered the prize raffle draw and a lucky recipient will be drawn out at random and will receive a superb prize of £200.
For example, if you refer 5 lots of business to us which are successful, your name will be entered into the draw 5 times, so you will have 5 chances to win the £200 prize!
The more business you refer to us, the greater your chances are to be picked out to win this incredible prize!
Not only are Croft Preservation your number one choice when it comes to working with estate agents in Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire, but we have over thirty years’ experience and have an unrivalled reputation in delivering high-calibre, professional property preservation and building work in your region.
For estate agents, Croft Preservation provide peace of mind for handling a variety of property issues and can work effectively in occupied properties (both residential and commercial).
What have you got to lose?! Keep referring business to Croft Preservation and you could potentially win too!
To find out how you can get involved, please call us on 01202 737739.
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