My husband and I began Sherratt Properties from our living room back in 2002. We are landlords ourselves and had very busy lives, so struggled to manage our portfolio on our own. However, we couldn't find an agent that we felt would act in our best interests and look after our investments as we would. So we took the plunge and decided to develop a company that offered everything that we were looking for. We employed great staff, some of which are still with us today. And we offered an inclusive service of everything that was needed, from start to finish, to take the stress away from landlords. Lastly, we strived to do this at an affordable price. We are not a particularly corporate venture and we dont have a huge marketing budget. But we are real people who pride ourselves on doing a great job for our clients. Three children later we are still here and I am very proud to say that we have expanded our services over the years and maintained our client base, some of whom have been with us since we very first began our journey. 

Please dont hesitate to contact me if you wish to discuss any of our services and price structure. We generally endeavor to beat any 'like for like' .quote, if we can do so without compromising our service.

Please see below a testimonial from one of our clients who would be happy to speak with any prospective landlords looking for further reassurance on our product. 

'I have been a client of Sherratt Properties Limited for over 8 years now and am very happy with their services. They manage my entire property portfolio for me with great success and take all the stress away!! It has been a pleasure to watch them grow into the successful company they are today. I have found them to be honest, reliable and hard working. Their friendly staff are well trained and always very helpful. I have no hesitation in recommending them-signing up with them was the best move I ever made!’

Mr Edward Caunt, Nottingham.

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