Stoke Newington Felicity J Lord (Lettings)

If you are a landlord looking to let your property, or you’re looking to rent a property in the popular area of Stoke Newington, London, Felicity J Lord Letting Agents are here to help.

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Felicity J Lord Lettings Stoke Newington is part of the UK’s largest independent estate and lettings agents. Every year we help thousands of people to achieve their aims, whether they’re letting out a property, or keen to rent one.

Stoke Newington (or ‘Stokey’ to locals) is in the London Borough of Hackney, and is a very popular area with young singles and couples for its excellent Overground links from Stoke Newington as well as tube services from Finsbury Park and Manor House.

What began as a village hundreds of years ago is now full of interesting independent shops, cool pubs and every sort of restaurant you can think of. But there’s still a strong community ethos. The range of property available is a strong point too, with families looking to rent period homes and new-build flats popular with professional singles and couples.

Stoke Newington does well for open space, given its size. You can canoe or sail on West Reservoir, or walk around the lake in Clissold Park and visit the menagerie. The schools are very good in the area too, including Grazebrook and William Patten Primary.

So whether you’re looking to let or rent in the area, the Felicity J Lord Lettings Stoke Newington team is here to help.

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Government announces five-week cap on rental deposits- but Felicity J Lord goes one better. The government has recently confirmed that it will cut the maximum deposit for rentals of less than £50,000 to five weeks, down from six weeks. According to the National Landlords Association and the Residential Landlords Association, the reduction could force landlords out of the market. However, Felicity J Lord partnered with flatfair earlier this year to launch a solution which protects both tenants and landlords in equal measure.