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We offer a new type of residential property management to Landlords whilst providing quality rental properties to tenants in the Wrexham area.

At WREXRENT we hope to establish a new type of residential property management that offers landlords a real alternative to traditional letting agents or self-management.

Our aim is to provide tenants with comfortable, well-maintained housing, where they can feel right at home. Whether you need the security or flexibility of a shorter tenancy agreement, accommodating your needs is part and parcel of the service here at WREXRENT.

We are pleased to announce that in addition to being listed here on our website all of our properties now feature on the property website OnTheMarket as well.

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Tenants

WREXRENT always aim to offer our tenants comfortable, well maintained homes. We’re a small team so you can be assured your queries will be dealt with consistently by our dedicated property professionals. We’re always on hand to assist with any issues you have. Our full time property management team have an excellent reputation for their proactive response to maintenance services.

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Landlords

WREXRENT has over 30 years’ experience in the landlord industry. We can appreciate the necessity for transparent fees and proactive maintenance repairs. We will look after your property as if it’s our own. Our full time property management team will carry out repairs as quickly and efficiently as possible taking the hassle away from you.

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Latest News

We like to share with our tenants and landlords all relevant property industry news as well as what we’ve been up to here at WREXRENT. Here are some news articles we think may be of interest to you.

Two Wrexham pubs have been featured in the prestigious 2020 AA Pub Guide.

The National Landlords Association (NLA) is lambasting the Government’s proposal to remove Section 21 ‘no fault’ evictions, essentially creating indefinite tenancies.

The new Act will make it unlawful for landlords or letting agents to charge tenants fees that have not been specified as a ‘permitted payment’and will come into force on 1 September 2019